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David Bergeron

Height: 6-3 | Weight: 241 | College: Stanford
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Positives … Determined athlete who has the intensity and all-out effort level to be adequate stacking up the inside ground game … Shows determination to get to the ball and is a decent wrap-up tackler who uses proper arm extension and leg drive to deliver his hits … Adequate blitzer who is does a decent job of delivering a crunching hand jolt to tight ends in the short area … Meets ball carriers with force when filling the inside rush lanes … Is best making plays in the short area, showing good hustle in pursuit.

Negatives … Lacks classic power you look for in a middle linebacker … Flashes straight line speed, but rarely plays fast … Despite his timed speed, he is not a sudden athlete, and has to gather on contact … Plays with little explosion and is generally the recipient of the blow on contact … Lacks the quickness to get off blocks, and gets washed past the ball often … Needs to do a better job of stepping up and blowing up the lead blocker … Instead, he catches the block, and gets ridden out … Has little change of direction agility working outside and can whiff in space … Will generally come out in passing situations, as he lacks the hip snap and lateral range to stay on coverage and buzz out in his drop … Unless he finds a clear lane, he can struggle to find the ball vs the run and looks unaware in when asked to handle assignments in the zone.

2004 Season

All-Pac 10 Conference honorable mention and second-team Academic All-Pac 10 choice … Moved to middle linebacker, ranking third on the team with 66 tackles (38 solos) … Had five stops for losses of ten yards and an interception … Caused three fumbles and deflected three passes.

2003 GAME Analysis

Washington … Posted seven tackles and caused a fumble.

Southern California … Followed with a season-high ten tackles (6 solos).

Washington State … Made eight hits (5 solos) with four stops behind the line of scrimmage.

Oregon … Totaled four tackles with a forced fumble.

Oregon State … Caused a fumble and came up with six tackles (4 solos).

California … Matched his season high with ten tackles and returned an interception 10 yards.

Notre Dame … Finished the season with seven tackles (4 solos) and a stoop for a 4-yard loss.

2003 Season

Moved into the starting lineup at one outside linebacker position in game two and stayed there the remainder of the season, starting the final 10 games … Finished the year with 38 total tackles, 6.5 tackles for loss and 1.5 quarterback sacks … Third on the team in tackles for loss … Posted a season high six tackles and one tackle for loss vs. Oregon State … Had five tackles and one tackle for loss at Notre Dame … Also played on special teams.

2002 Season

Appeared in nine games as a redshirt freshman … Spent the majority of his time on special teams, and was also a reserve linebacker … Recorded an assisted tackle at San Jose State.

2001 Season

Redshirted the season as a true freshman.

Injury Report

No injuries reported.


Working on his Master's in Communication and Bachelor's in Public Policy … Performed at Carnegie Hall in March 2000 as part of an elite choir that combined song and dance routines … Born 12/04/81 … Resides in Lake Oswego, Oregon.

High School

CAMPUS: 4.72 in the 40-yard dash … 325-pound bench press … Bench pressed 225 pounds 20 times … 510-pound squat … 275-pound power clean … 4.23 20-yard shuttle … 6.96 three-cone drill … 34-inch vertical jump … 9' 4 " broad jump … 31 -inch arm length … 9 1/8-inch hands … Right-handed … 28/35 Wonderlic score.


Two-year starting right offensive guard and inside linebacker at Lakeridge (Lake Oswego, Ore.) High School … Earned All-American honors from Super Prep, Prep Star, Bluechips Illustrated and USA Today … Super Prep named him the top recruit in the state of Oregon … Also named Northwest Recruits First-Team all-region and a Tacoma News Tribune Northwest Nugget and Western Top 100 … Recorded 126 tackles, six quarterback sacks, six fumble recoveries, five forced fumbles, and three interceptions as a senior … Following his senior season, he was also named first-team All-State and All-Conference as a linebacker as well as being chosen the league's co-defensive MVP … U.S. Navy Scholastic All-American selection and a National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Student-Athlete award nominee … Named honorable mention USA Today All-American as a junior after recording 124 tackles … Started at both linebacker and right guard and was selected First-Team all-conference … Three-year letter-winner in basketball and track … Member of the A Cappella Choir … Member of the National Honor Society and German National Honor Society.


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