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Brad Vanneman
Brad Vanneman

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Issaquah, Wash.

High School:
Issaquah High School

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 305

Position:
C

Experience:
3V

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Washington:
2004: Started at center in all 11 games ... only player on the Husky offense to start every game during the season .. helped the Huskies to finish second in the Pac-10 with just 23 sacks allowed ... named the KJR-Radio Offensive Player of the Year ... voted the team's John P. Angel Offensive Lineman of the Year award. 2003: Played in seven games ... started against California and Washington State ... missed the last week of spring drills due to an ankle sprain. 2002: Did not see any game action. 2001: Redshirted the 2001 season.

High School and Personal: Born in Santa Monica, Calif. ... parents are Lori Brady and Mike Vanneman, both former UCLA athletes ... oldest of six siblings ... top blocker for Issaquah's powerful running game in 2000... on defense, earned All-America honors with 45 tackles and 10 tackles for loss ... earned KingCo 3A Lineman of the Year honors ... is the second-consecutive KingCo 3A Lineman of the Year signed by the Huskies, with redshirt freshman Dan Dicks winning the award in 1999 ... a PrepStar All-American on the defensive line ... ranked 10th in the West Region at DL by PrepStar ... the third-ranked offensive lineman in the Northwest by SuperPrep ... a SuperPrep All-Region selection ... a first-team member of both the AP and the Seattle Times All-State squads ... a member of the Times' "Star Times 2000" offense ... a Tier-I "Red Chip" honoree by the Seattle Times ... earned All-KingCo Conference honors on both sides of the ball ... named to the Eastside Journal's All-Eastside 2000 team ... a history major.

Vanneman news and features:
Spring Report: Vanneman remains rock on offensive line - Gohuskies.com (April 5, 2005)
Husky Football Camp: Vanneman Makes the Pitch - Gohuskies.com (Aug. 10, 2005)
In the Trenches with Brad Vanneman - Gohuskies.com (Sept. 20, 2004)

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