76 - Ray Navar|
|Hometown:||Alta Loma, Calif.|
|Previous School:||Rancho Cuncamonga HS|
After earning all-Big Sky accolades during his first year on the offensive line, Navar will look to continue his improvement in the trenches…will likely be a starter at tackle when the season begins.
2007 Season: Named honorable mention all-Big Sky…made a smooth transition from tight end to tackle…started all 11 games as the team’s strong-side tackle.
2006 Season: Played in all 11 games as a tight end…caught two passes for 12 yards and a touchdown…first reception of the season came against Idaho State for a 6-yard score in the team’s road win…caught another 6-yard pass the following week against Portland State.
2005 Season: Played in eight games during his first collegiate season…ended the year with one catch for 12 yards…recorded that reception against Eastern Washington…also played on special teams.
High School: Graduated from Rancho Cucamonga HS in 2005…played three years of varsity football…started all 22 games as a junior and senior…was a two-time all-Baseline League selection at tight end…named to the all-region team following his last two years…his best single-game performance came in an upset of Upland HS where he caught three 3rd-down passes for first downs and also had eight pancake blocks on the line…caught 14 passes for 220 yards as a senior.
Personal: Born 4-19-87…majoring in business administration…also recruited by UNLV, Colorado State, Utah State, Idaho State and Texas Southern…parents are Raymond and Laura Navar.