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TRACK & FIELD
Sat, Nov 01
Football 4:30 PM
Sat, Nov 08
Football 7:00 PM
Salt Lake City, Utah
Sat, Nov 22
Sat, Nov 29
at Oregon State
PERSONAL — Born Brian C. Paysinger on Oct. 13, 1985 in Long Beach, Calif. Parents: Earl and Miguel Paysinger. Family: One brother. High School (Coach): Wilson (L. Mohr) 2003. Major: Family and Human Services. Redshirt: 2003.
OREGON — Able to parlay all of his physical gifts to his benefit last fall to enjoy a breakout campaign. Now that he returns as a proven commodity, it is up to him to refine his consistency and take his game to the next level. One of his team’s most physical receivers, took advantage of the opportunity to operate from the slot and avoid defenders at the line of scrimmage. Proved to be team’s most consistent wideout on a weekly basis last fall as he improved his attention to detail. Jumped out to a tremendous start last spring and has shown signs of emerging leadership skills. His 4.67 electronic 40 clocking last winter was second among players at his position following a 4.52 time in 2006. Improved his vertical leap to 34.5 inches and power clean to 330 lbs. after pacing all receivers with a 445-lb. squat.
2006 — The 12-game starter completed the season as team’s fourth-leading receiver after accumulating eight catches for 97 yards his first two years. Included was a career-high nine receptions for 88 yards at Washington State one week after grabbing four passes for a personal-best 105 yards and one touchdown against UCLA. Yet finished second on the team in average yards per catch (13.3). Snared his first career TD catch in dramatic fashion, hauling in a 23-yard throw in the end zone for the winning score vs. Oklahoma with 46 seconds remaining in the game. That came after he was credited with deflecting the on-sides kick away from the Sooners that gave Oregon an opportunity to continue its comeback. Also finished as team’s fourth-best rusher, accumulating 77 yards on seven carries. Ran for 43 yards against Washington, including a season-long 21-yard gain. Acknowledged as team’s offensive player of the week in win over UCLA.
2005 — Stepped onto the field for the final nine games after recovery from a knee injury, catching two passes against both Stanford and Arizona State. Hauled in his longest reception of his career (22 yards) vs. Washington in addition to an 18-yard catch vs. Oklahoma in the Holiday Bowl. Added two carries for 13 yards, including his first touchdown as a collegian on a 5-yard run against Washington. Took part in 32 snaps vs. the Cardinal and 29 against Oregon State in his most extensive playing time to date.
2004 — Garnered all of season’s receiving statistics in 13 snaps against Idaho. Also got onto the field for 12 plays in the season finale at Oregon State while making brief appearances in Ducks’ last six contests.
2003 — Was noted as the team’s offensive scout of the week for preparations leading up to the Stanford game during his redshirt season.
HIGH SCHOOL — The first-team Dream Team (Long Beach Press-Telegram) receiver and all-Moore League pick provides a physical presence despite his untapped potential. Made the most of his opportunities in a run-oriented offense, catching 58 passes for 1,004 yards and 10 touchdowns as he was a Mr. Football State Player-of-the-Year nominee by Cal-Hi Sports.
Receiving G REC YDS AVG RPG TD Long
2004 (Fr.) 8 2 27 13.5 .25 0 16 vs. UI
2005 (So.) 10 6 70 11.7 .60 0 22 vs UW
2006 (Jr.) 13 34 451 13.3 2.62 3 47 vs. BYU
Career 31 42 550 13.1 1.36 3