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2011 — Posted the second-best power clean (319 pounds), electronic 10-yard (1.72 seconds), shuttle (4.19) and “L” run (7.43) of any defensive lineman during winter conditioning.
2010 — Converted linebacker had a breakout season as a reserve defensive end … Had at least one tackle in all but two games … Career-high 1.5 tackles for loss, including a sack in BCS-clinching win at Oregon State … Single stops vs. Arizona and at Cal … Career-high four tackles plus a quarterback hurry vs. Washington … First career sack among two stops, forced a fumble in win vs. UCLA … Solo tackles against Washington State, Stanford and Arizona State … Career-best two pass breakups to go with a pair of stops in win vs. Portland State … Had one tackle in win at Tennessee … Forced a fumble and made two solo tackles vs. New Mexico … Switched from linebacker to defensive end during the spring … Member of the Oregon Iron Club and Oregon Elite as selected by the Strength & Conditioning staff after winter testing … Totaled 1,084 pounds in the clean, squat and bench, and posted the third-fastest times in his position group in the 20 and 40-yard dashes (electronic) and “L” Run.
2009 — Appeared in five regular season games, including season-high seven snaps at Arizona … Recorded three tackles while playing mostly on special teams.
2008 — Appeared in four games, contributing three of his four tackles on the year at Washington State … Recorded his first collegiate stop vs. Utah State … Member of the travel squad despite his limited number of snaps.
2007 — Prepped the first team offense during his redshirt year as a five-time weekly scout team honoree on defense.
BEFORE OREGON— Ranked among the top two prospects in Idaho by SuperPrep, along with the best 50 players in the Midlands … 5A all-Idaho first-team linebacker received three stars from Rivals.com and Scout.com, and rated 10th on SuperPrep’s Northwest Hot 100 list … Also named the Inland Empire League’s Linebacker of the Year … Tallied 107 tackles as a senior, including six quarterback sacks and four tackles for loss … Forced four fumbles and recovered three others … Timberwolves went 12-0 and won 5A state championship … Awarded President’s Award for Academic Excellence.
PERSONAL — Born Brandon Thomas Hanna on Oct. 29, 1988 in Spokane, Wash. Parents: David and Helen Hanna. Family: Two brothers. High School (Coach): Lake City (Van Troxel), 2007. Major: Business Administration. Redshirt: 2007.
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