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Garrett Bruhn Named to Watch List

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North Dakota State University's Garrett Bruhn was named to the College Football Performance FCS Tight End Watch List. Bruhn was one of five Missouri Valley Football Conference and 38-players listed.

Bruhn, a 6-foot-1, 244-pound senior from Beatrice, Neb. (Beatrice H.S.), started in five of 14 games played last season. He caught 11 passes for 145 yards for an average of 13.2 yards per reception.

Bruhn, who had a career-long 30-yard reception at Western Illinois in 2011, has been a major contributor since his freshman year and played in 39 games. He helped to open holes for a pair of 1,000-yard rushers last season.

North Dakota State won the program's first NCAA Division I Football Championship with a 17-6 win over Sam Houston State on Jan. 7 and also claimed the program's first Missouri Valley Football Conference title. The Bison were 14-1 overall and 7-1 in MVFC.

The Bison open the 2012 season against Robert Morris at 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 1, in the Fargodome.

 

2012 CFPA FCS TIGHT END AWARD WATCH LIST

Matt Jenson, Butler

Fayshal Shafaat, Chattanooga

David Duran, Coastal Carolina

Hamilton Garner, Columbia

Kevin Marshall, Drake

Sam Hendricks, Eastern Illinois

Von Wise, Eastern Illinois

Matt Lengel, Eastern Kentucky

Dan Light, Fordham

*Colin Anderson, Furman

Treymaine Schley, Gardner-Webb

Emmanuel Ogbuehi, Georgia State

*Kyle Juszczyk, Harvard

Josh Hauser, Holy Cross

Josh Hill, Idaho State

Brian Barlow, James Madison

Quintin Davis, Jacksonville

Payden McVey, Lamar

Jamel Haggins, Lehigh

Justin Perillo, Maine

Anthony Calcagni, Marist

Matt Thayer, Missouri State

Tyler George, Monmouth

Greg Hardy, Montana

Nick Scelfo, Nicholls State

Garrett Bruhn, North Dakota State

Dejzon Walker, Northern Arizona

Darion Howard, Northern Iowa

Kalua Noa, Portland State

Joe Migliarese, Rhode Island

Kevin Finney, Richmond

Zeke Walters, Samford

MyCole Pruitt, Southern Illinois

James Oboh, Towson

Ben Everett, UT-Martin

Mario Thompson, VMI

Joe Sidaras, Wagner

Will Shaw, Youngstown State

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