81 - Chase Deadder|
|Previous School:||Central Catholic HS|
2010 Season: Named second team all-Big Sky and was voted the team’s MVP…set career highs in every receiving catagory…finished the year with 37 receptions for 788 yards and six touchdowns…his average of 21.30 yards per receptions places him third in school single season history…caught at least one pass in all 11 games…had four 100-yard receiving games, including a six-reception, 145-yard effort against Montana State…also had 124 at Eastern Washington, 116 against Portland State and 102 at Idaho State…caught two touchdowns at ISU for his first multi-TD game…was credited with three rush attempts for 40 yards…also had five total tackles.
2009 Season: Missed the entire season due to a broken clavicle which required surgery.
2008 Season: Led the team with an average of 17.0 yards per reception…ranked third on the squad with 21 catches and 358 receiving yards…biggest game came at UC Davis where he had five grabs for 86 yards…also had five receptions at Northern Arizona to tie his season high…scored his first career touchdown with a 68-yard reception against Northern Colorado…was one of the top special teams tacklers on the team, tallying nine stops…eight of those tackles came in the final five games.
2007 Season: Sat out the season as a redshirt.
High School: A 2007 graduate of Central Catholic HS in Modesto, Calif…played football, basketball and ran track for the Raiders…named all-state and first team all-Western Athletic League as a senior…had 31 receptions for 625 yards and seven touchdowns during his final year…had seven grabs for 117 yards against Cardinal Newman in the season opener…had at least one reception in 11 of the 12 games…recorded three 100-yard efforts…also rushed for 219 yards on 13 carries…had a 55-yard gain against Escalon HS and a 52-yard rush against Ripon HS…Central Catholic posted a 38-1 record during his three seasons…on defense, he recorded 32 tackles and one interception as a defensive back…also returned punts and kickoffs…was named the Tri-Valley League’s best all-around player in basketball and was the MVP of the track team.
Personal: Born 11-20-88…a communication studies major…parents are David and Barbara Deadder.