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Bo Thran
Player Profile:
Bo Thran 51923
Position: Offensive Lineman
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 281
Year: Senior
City/State: Gresham, Ore.
High School: Barlow HS
Experience: 2 Letters
  • On the 2010 watch lists for the Lombardi Award and Outland Trophy
PERSONAL — Born William Bo Thran on Nov. 17, 1987 in Portland, Ore. Parents: Brian and Donna Thran. Family: Two brothers. High School (Coach): Sam Barlow (Terry Summerfield), 2006. Major: Undeclared. Redshirt: 2006.

2010 — Moved over to start at left guard in win at Tennessee after opening at left tackle vs. New Mexico • On the watch lists for the Lombardi Award (outstanding lineman or linebacker) and Outland Trophy (outstanding interior lineman) • Named preseason All-Pac-10 by Phil Steele Publications • Clocked as team’s fastest offensive lineman during winter workouts, completing electronic 40 yards in 5.43, as well as paced all offensive interior linemen with a 28.5-inch vertical jump.

2009 — Named All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention (Pac-10 coaches) • Oregon’s starting left tackle in 12 games • Started at left guard against USC due to Mark Asper’s injury • Earned offensive player of the week honors twice from coaching staff following USC and Purdue wins • Named first-team All-Pac-10 by Phil Steele Publications• Selected for the Moshofsky Award (Most Outstanding Lineman) and Officer Award (Playing Through Physical Adversity) at team’s postseason banquet • Played season-high 88 snaps in OT win at Arizona and 83 snaps against USC • Tallied 44 pancake blocks in the regular season, third most on the team.

2008 — Broke into the starting lineup at left guard for the final four games of the season after making his starting debut earlier in the year against UCLA at right tackle • Made his way onto the field for 12 outings, including a career-high 73 snaps against Oklahoma State in the Holiday Bowl, following up his 71-play effort in the regular season finale at Oregon State • Part of an offensive line that blocked and opened holes for the top rushing offense in school history.

2007 — Injuries derailed any chance of securing meaningful playing time • Saw the field once for three plays vs. Fresno State.

2006 — Redshirt season • Cited as scout team’s offensive player of the week for aiding preparations heading into the Stanford and USC games.

HIGH SCHOOL — The first-team all-state honoree on both offense and defense (The Oregonian) ranked as the fourth-best recruit in the state by as well as earned PrepStar all-region accolades • Proved to be a steadying influence for the two-time Mt. Hood Conference champions, who finished 2005 with an 11-1 record and were unbeaten in league play • His hard work did not go unrewarded as he garnered first-team all-conference honors his junior and senior seasons for a team that averaged 305 of its 395 yards of total offense on the ground • The Bruins’ lone 2005 loss occurred to eventual state champion Jesuit in the second round of the playoffs • The three-sport letterman also earned all-league honors in basketball and baseball as a junior while repeating honors on the basketball court in 2006 • Proved to be key factor in prep teams claiming no fewer than five conference crowns during his tenure.

•1st Team All-Pac-10 (Phil Steele Publications)
•All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention (Pac-10 Coaches)
•Team Outstanding O-Lineman (Moshofsky Award)
•Team Physical Adversity Honor (Officer Award)
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