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Bradley Dedeaux - Football - Kansas Jayhawks

Bradley Dedeaux

Position Tight End
Height 6'3''
Weight 252 lbs.
Class Redshirt Senior
Hometown Midwest City, Okla.
High School Midwest City HS

2010 (Sr.): Named KU special teams player of the week vs. Texas A&M… Played as a backup tight end and on special teams… Did not record any offensive statistics… Registered two tackles on the year.

2009 (Jr.): Saw limited time as a backup tight end, but did not record any statistics.

2008 (So.): Made his first career start in the season opener against Florida International… Responded by making two receptions for nine yards with a five-yarder and a four-yarder… Those catches were the second and third of his career, as he also had one catch against FIU in 2007… Saw action as a backup tight end, as well as on special teams during the year.

2007 (Fr.): Played as a backup tight end, mainly seeing playing time on special teams… Caught one pass… Had an 11-yard catch against Florida International for his only stat on the year.

2006 (RS): Redshirted the season.

High School: Earned all-state honors as a senior…Was also named all-state by the Daily Oklahoman in 2005… An all-district and all-conference selection for the Bombers as a junior and senior… An all-state second team selection in 2004… Listed as the 15th-best football prospect in Oklahoma by Rivals.com… Picked as the 40th-best tight end in the nation by Rivals.com… Earned varsity letters in football and track… Coached in football by Jesse Wall… Finished third in the shot put at the state track meet as a junior and senior.

Personal: Born in Midwest City, Okla… Majoring in American studies… Would like to be a high school football coach… Hobbies include reading war stories and bowling… Son of Ellena Dedeaux and Michael Blaney… Has one sister and two brothers.

Receiving G Rec Yds Avg TD LG
2007 9 1 11 11.0 0 11
2008 9 2 9 4.5 0 5
2009 0 0 0 0.0 0 0
Totals 18 3 20 6.7 0 11