An honorable mention All-Pac-12 pick after starting 11 of Oregon's 13 games ... Stands sixth all-time in single-season receptions with 61, while finishing the season with 890 yards receiving and seven touchdowns ... Ranks 11th in the country in punt return average (23.8 yards per return) ... Returned 20 punts or 281 yards and two TDs ... Named Pac-12 Special Teams Player of the Week after tying a school record with two punt returns for touchdowns in win over California ... Had back-to-back 100-yard receiving games against Colorado and Washington ... First career 100-yard game came with 158 yards and two touchdowns on five catches at CU ... Followed that with a career-high eight receptions for 157 yards and two TDs at UW ... Caught six passes three times--vs. Tennessee (78 yards), vs. UCLA (66 yards and a TD) and at Arizona (56 yards) ... Caught five passes against Stanford (66 yards) and Washington State (41 yards) ... Had four catches against Utah (67 yards), while finishing with three receptions at Virginia (54 yards and a TD), vs. Oregon State (44 yards) and vs. Cal (13 yards) ... Opened season with two catches (43 yards) and a touchdown against Nicholls ... Gained 21 yards on three carries during the season.
Tied for fifth on squad with 22 receptions in addition to ranking sixth in receiving yards (243) and tied for fourth in touchdown catches (3) ... Also returned a trio of kickoffs for 15.3-yard average and four punts for 4.8-yard breakdown ... Caught a single-game high four passes (23 yards) vs. Washington State in addition to three catches on four other occasions ... Accumulated an 83-yard effort (three catches) vs. Arizona, which included a 55-yard scoring reception ... Added touchdown catches against Arizona State and Colorado ... Returned all three of his kickoffs in the season's second game vs. Fresno State (46 yards) and punts against Arizona, Colorado (14 yards), Oregon State and Kansas State (Fiesta Bowl) ... Grabbed his only catch for 16 yards and a touchdown vs. Colorado, but also recorded two tackles in the win ... Credited with three catches for 48 yards in victory vs. Tennessee Tech ... In collegiate debut, caught three passes for 15 yards in win against Arkansas State.
The three-year letterwinner selected to the 2012 U.S. Army All-American game and played at wide receiver ... Primarily a quarterback for the Hurricanes, Addison was the Texas all-state first-team QB as a senior, completing 134 of 238 attempts for 2,158 yards and 22 touchdowns against only three interceptions ... Also rushed for 1,625 yards and 20 scores on 190 carries (8.6 avg.) on his way to all-Sun first-team honors ... As a junior, passed for 1,858 yards (118 of 199) and 28 touchdowns with just three interceptions and rushed 144 times for 1,068 yards (7.4 avg.) and 15 TDs ... Saw the bulk of his time at wide receiver during his sophomore campaign, catching 18 balls for 331 yards (18.4 avg.).
2014: Missed the entire season following a torn ACL suffered in his right knee during a non-contact drill in April.
Parents: Julias Addison and Sonya Swindell. Family: One brother, one sister. High School (Coach): Fort Bend Hightower (Barry Abercrombie), 2012. Major: Undeclared.
- Oregon receiver Bralon Addison declared his return from a knee injury with a dynamic 81-yard touchdown run. Addison, who sat out last season because of the injury, was named the Pac-12's Player of the Week on special teams for the long punt return against Michigan State last weekend. While the Ducks fell 31-28 to the Spartans, Addison showed that in the first two games of the season he's picking up right where he left off. Addison was a breakout star at receiver for the Ducks in 2013, ranking second on the team with 61 catches for 890 yards and seven touchdowns. He stood out on special teams, returning punts 281 yards with two touchdowns.
It was expected that Addison would be among then-quarterback Marcus Mariota's favorite targets in 2014, but in a spring scrimmage he tore the ACL in his right knee and needed surgery. He was out the entire season. There was some talk he might join the Ducks for college football's first playoffs last season, but the team opted to preserve his redshirt. Addison quickly answered any questions about whether his playmaking ability was back. In the season opener against Eastern Washington, he finished with three catches for 23 yards and a touchdown. He followed that performance up with seven catches for 138 yards, along with the punt return for a score, against the now-No. 4 Spartans last weekend. He currently ranks 14th nationally with an average of 20.8 yards per return. - AP Sports