Oregon State WR Mike Hass named on 2020 College Football Hall of Fame ballot
Oregon State legendary wide receiver Mike Hass has been named on the 2020 College Football Hall of Fame ballot, released Monday.
Former @BeaverFootball WR Mike Hass among impressive names on 2020 @cfbhall Ballot!
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Hass played at Oregon State from 2002-05 after an outstanding prep career at Jesuit as a wide receiver and defensive back that included winning the 2000 4A State Championship over North Medford.
Hass arrived as a walk-on to Corvallis, but earned a scholarship his sophomore year and posted three consecutive 1,000-plus yard receiving seasons. He won the 2005 Biletnikoff Award given annually to the nation’s top wide receiver. That year he had 90 catches for 1,532 yards and 6 touchdowns as a senior. For his career he finished with 220 receptions for 3,924 yards and 20 touchdowns.
Hass was taken by the New Orleans Saints in the sixth round, 171st overall in the 2006 NFL Draft.
Read the full ballot here.
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