2016 Football
1 Brady Schmidt WR
2 Brad Birchfield WR
3 Michael Washington RB
4 John Vogeler DB
5 Blake Petrich FB
6 Ter'ra Potter CB
7 Jordan Hein QB
8 Dexter Taylor Jr. WR
9 Gabe Ames OLB
10 Cristian Garcia RB
11 Austin Contreras CB
12 Derek Murph Jr. QB
13 Evan Tompkins DB
14 Nick Mehlum QB
15 Jared Henning QB
16 Emmett Enright QB
17 Blake Holder WR
18 Jordan Johnson OLB
19 Christian Lunde WR
20 Kameel Al-Khouri DB
21 Gena Adams RB
22 Tahi Nomane RB
23 Brian Adkins CB
24 Trevor Wettlaufer FB
25 Lowell Laudert RB
26 Jake Libal LB
27 Damon Benham DB
28 Isaac Aanerud K/P
29 Cody King CB/WR
30 Nathan Kroutil OLB
31 EJ Olszewski CB
32 Jeff Harris DE
33 Andrew Schuler-Jones ILB
34 Anthony Valentine ILB
35 Jake Kilby DB
36 Gunner Olszewski CB
37 Michael Junker CB/WR
38 Devin Donelson RB
39 Jamison Evans OLB
40 Matt Brennan DB
41 Shane Wakefield DB
42 Josh Tismer ILB
43 Tre Lewis WR
44 Niko Daniello ILB/LS
45 Trysten Ross ILB
46 Alex Yanosko ILB
47 James Shadiow OLB
48 Matt Gross OLB
49 Kyle McGraw FB
50 Dylan Ellingson DL
51 Cole Schmitz ILB
52 Brad Kusper DE
53 Hunter Churness ILB
54 Jake Hanson ILB
55 Angelo Mancini IV ILB
56 Grant Bushinski OLB
57 Joshua Wleh DL
58 Devell Miller OLB
59 Alex Burgess DE
60 Lucas Garbe DE
62 Joe Woods OL
63 Jake Krause OL
64 Drew Hilliard OL
65 Brady Youngberg OL
66 Benjamin Johnson OL
67 Brady Tesdahl FB
68 Brandon Christianson OL
69 Nick Moore OL
70 Layne Torrey TE/LS
71 Ryan Fuller OL
72 Hank Bellefy OL
73 Tom Younker OL
74 Zach Sinnen OL
75 Brandon Schindler OL
76 Joshua Nelson OL
77 Matthew Valentine OL
78 Jesse Hein OL
79 James Huwe OL
80 Vince Dinkel WR
81 Juwaan Richard WR
82 Mannie Kugmeh WR
83 Blair Van Ess WR
84 Peter Green WR
85 Hunter Siegler WR
86 Ryan Toeller WR
87 Jacob Anderson WR
88 Tucker Forsgren TE
89 Eric Wunrow TE
90 Mason Hoffer K/P
91 Mark Webster DE
92 Alex Partridge DE
93 Jake Wirsching DE/LS
94 Nick Johnson DE
95 Nick Niemi DL
96 Logan Stiening DE
97 Mitchell Elbe DL
98 James Moe DE
99 Alex Hoffman DE
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Brady Schmidt

#1 Brady Schmidt

HOMETOWN Bemidji, Minn.

2016 (Sr): Played in 11 games with 17 receptions for 308 yards averaging 18.1 yards per catch... Recorded a career highs in almost every category including a 90 yard reception at Minnesota Duluth (Oct. 22) where he also tallied 2 receiving touchdowns and 167 all-purpose yards... Averaged 7 yards per rush on three carries... Totaled 329 all-purpose yards for the beavers averaging 29.9 per game... Played in the 2016 Mineral Water Bowl game where the Beavers beat Washburn 36-23, being the first team in program history to win a post-season game.

2015 (Jr): Played in nine games with a total of 17 receptions and 157 receiving yards with two receiving touchdowns… Averaged 9.2 yards per catch… Averaged 17.6 all-purpose yards… Recorded a season best 60 receiving yards versus St. Cloud State (Oct. 24) and also season best long reception with 32 yards.

2014 (So): Played in 11 games where he led the team with 51 receptions... Was third on the team with 506 receiving yards with five receiving touchdowns and one rushing touchdown... Averaged 9.9 yards per catch... Recorded a season best 96 receiving yards versus Minot State (Oct. 18) along with two touchdowns and a 43 yard reception... Had 137 all-purpose yards versus Northern State (Nov. 15) with 46 yards receiving, 16 yards rushing and 75 return yards.

2013 (Fr): Played in 10 games on special teams and as a reserve running back and wide receiver as a true freshman… Brought down five receptions for 54 yards (10.8 yards per catch)… Posted a long-reception of 25 yards… Rushed three times for 19 yards (6.3 yards per carry) and a long rush of 11 yards… Returned nine kickoffs for 177 yards to rank third on the team in both categories… Recorded a 19.7 yards per return average and long return of 30 yards… Finished fifth on the squad in all-purpose yards with 250… Added five tackles (three solo) on special teams coverage. Recorded a season-best four receptions for a season-high 54 yards, which included a season-best 25 yard reception, at Northern State (Oct. 19)… Returned two kickoffs four times… Fielded two kickoffs and returned them for a season-high 55 yards, which included a season-long 30-yard return, versus Southwest Minnesota State (Sept. 28)… Rushed once for a season-long 11 yards versus No. 7 Minnesota Duluth (Oct. 26)… Compiled a season-high two tackles (one solo) at Augustana (Sept. 21).

Prior to BSU: A six-time letter winner at Bemidji High School, Schmidt participated in football and track and field as a prep... Was a member of three Minnesota State Football Tournament teams, which includes the Lumberjacks’ 2011 run to the Class AAAAA championship game… Helped guide BSU to an 8-3 record and a Section 7AAAAA title as a senior… Carried the ball 123 times for 903 yards and 14 touchdowns in 2012… Eared the Ray Kavanagh Award in 2011 and 2012… Was named BHS Offensive MVP and the team’s most dedicated player award as a senior.

Personal: Born Nov. 2, 1994… Son of Terry Schmidt and Tippy Gregg… Plans to major in business management.   

Career Highs: Receptions: 7 (x2) last vs Northern State (11/15/14); Receiving Yards: 167 at University of Minnesota Duluth (10/22/16); Receiving Touchdowns: 2 (x2) last at University of Minnesota Duluth (10/22/16); Reception Long: 90 at University of Minnesota Duluth (10/22/16); Rushing Attempts: 7 vs Minnesota Crookston (10/11/14); Rushing Yards: 25 vs Minnesota Crookston (10/11/14); Rushing Touchdowns: 1 vs Minnesota Crookston (10/11/14); Rush Long: 21 at University of Mary (10/1/16);  Kick Returns: 3 vs Northern State (11/15/14); Kick Return Yards: 75 vs Northern State (11/15/14); Kick Return Long: 40 vs Northern State (11/15/14); All-Purpose Yards: 167 at University of Minnesota Duluth (10/22/16).