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Isaac Anderson

| | College: Wisconsin
 
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2009 Season

Earned third letter … finished third on team with 30 receptions, 480 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns and finished fourth with 629 all purpose yards (all career high marks) … averaged team-high 16.0 yards per catch … played in all 13 games, starting 12 … made four catches for 65 yards and returned two kickoffs for career-high 55 yards, including career-long 29 yard return, against Michigan on Nov. 14 … caught 18-yard touchdown pass, part of three catches for 43 yards on the day, and returned one kickoff for 22 yards against Indiana on Nov. 7 … tied career high with six catches for team-high 53 yards and rushed one time for two yards against Ohio State on Oct. 10 … caught three passes for team-high 66 yards and rushed one time for 14 yards against Michigan State on Sept. 26 … had four catches for 70 yards against Fresno State on Sept. 12 … named UW's co-offensive player of the week for Northern Illinois game on Sept. 5 after catching three passes for season-high 100 yards, including first-career touchdown catch, and also scoring first rushing touchdown of career on career-long 23-yard rush for season-high 123 all-purpose yards … 80-yard touchdown grab against Northern Illinois was longest of career and tied for fifth-longest in school history.

2008 Season

Earned second letter … played in all 13 games with eight starts … ranked third on the team in receiving yards (286) and fourth in receptions (21) … had 12 catches for 187 yards over the last three games … two catches for 18 yards and one rush for season-high 19 yards against Florida State in the Champs Sports Bowl … four receptions for 55 yards against Cal Poly on Nov. 22 … career-high six catches for 114 yards, including season-long reception of 39 yards, and career-high three kick returns for 36 yards for career high total of 150 all-purpose yards against Minnesota on Nov. 15 … named UW's co-offensive player of the week after his performance at Indiana on Nov. 8 … three catches for 48 yards at Iowa on Oct. 18.

2007 Season

Received a medical hardship after an injury kept him out of action all season.

2006 Season

Earned first letter … played in seven games (missed games with Minnesota on Oct. 14, Purdue on Oct. 21 and Illinois on Oct. 28 with injury) … also did not play vs. Penn State on Nov. 4, at Iowa on Nov. 11 or in Capital One Bowl vs. 12th-ranked Arkansas … had five catches for 49 yards and four rushes for 14 yards on the season … season high two receptions at sixth-ranked Michigan on Sept. 23 and at Indiana on Sept. 30 … tied career-high with two rushing attempts for five yards against the Hoosiers … season-best 21 receiving yards at Michigan … career-high two rushes for nine yards, including season-long rush of seven yards, against San Diego State on Sept. 16 … season-long 20-yard reception vs. Western Illinois on Sept. 9 was his first career catch.

High School

PrepStar All-American … 10th-ranked player in Minnesota according to Rivals.com … two-time all-state, all-region, all-area and all-metro selection … 35 receptions for 780 yards as a senior … scored eight TDs as a senior … career totals included 102 receptions for 2,160 yards and 35 TDs, along with 405 rushing yards, five interceptions, five kickoff returns for TD and one punt return TD … lettered in football, basketball and track … all-state track performer who set state record for 100 meters (10.94) in 2005 … two-year track team captain … football coach was Erik Swenson.

Personal

Parents are Melvin and Lisa Anderson … father was a wide receiver at Minnesota (1983-86) and left school with fourth-most receiving yardage (1,265) in Golden Gopher history before playing for Kansas City and Pittsburgh in the NFL … mother was a four-year (1983-86) member of Minnesota track team … major is community and nonprofit leadership.

 
Latest News
03/15/2011 - Wisconsin Pro day: Wide receiver Isaac Anderson, who also did not participate in the combine workouts, measured 5-foot-9 and 174 pounds. Anderson ran 4.44 and 4.48 in the 40, had a 36-inch vertical, 10-foot broad jump, 4.15-second short shuttle, and a 6.92-second three-cone drill. - Gil Brandt/Bucky Brooks, NFL.com

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