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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: NAC...Transfer from California...2019: NAC...HM All-Pac 12 w/49 TT, 6.5 TFL, 5 SCK, PBU, 2 QBH, 2 FF, BLK in 13 gms in '18. 27 TT, 2 TFL, 2 SCK, FR in 12 gms in '17. Backup w/2 TT in 4 gms in '16. Redshirted in '15.

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  While college football toiled this summer over the question of whether the sport would be safe enough to play amid the COVID-19 pandemic, defensive lineman Luc Bequette found himself stuck in limbo. When rumblings started to surface that the Pac-12 might be among the conferences unwilling to play this fall, Bequette had to consider whether he wanted to stay at Cal and risk missing an entire season or if he wanted to explore other options. "You're hearing all these things that the Pac-12?s going to cancel the season, but then you're still kind of holding out hope and the coaches are also trying to hold out hope," Bequette said.

Bequette had started 38 straight games over the past three seasons. He was granted a sixth year of eligibility after losing all but four games of his redshirt freshman season because of an ACL injury. He never imagined the possibility of not being able to play it out. "For me, personally, I was going to play this season no matter what - if it was in the Pac-12 or any other conferences playing," he said. His father was the one who initially urged him to start considering options. "He was telling me I needed to start transferring immediately before I got all the information," he said. "I am a pretty loyal guy, so I was going to wait until I got the official notice that the season was canceled before I was going to look anywhere else." - Boston Globe


(DS#52 DT) rSr/2021 DT Luc BequetteBoston College
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  A double major at Cal (legal studies and American studies), he was granted a sixth year of eligibility after playing only four games as a redshirt freshman in 2016 because of a lower-body injury. Last fall, in recording a career-high 52 tackles, four tackles for loss, and three sacks, Bequette was the recipient of the Brick Muller Award as Cal's Most Valuable Lineman. Bequette has a strong family lineage to Arkansas football and athletics. His father (Chris), grandfather (George), uncle (Jay), and cousin (Jake) all suited up for the Razorbacks, with the latter carving out a four-year playing career (2012-15) on the defensive line for the Patriots. But arguably the best athlete in the family is Bequette's mother, Debi Thomas, a bronze medalist in figure skating for the United States at the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary and the 1986 world champion. Another fun fact: As a 12-year-old, Bequette won the C-U Little League Home Run Derby in Champaign, Ill., before the family moved to Arkansas. He is one of five transfers to join BC since coach Jeff Hafley was hired in December. - Boston Globe

(DS#52 DT) rSr/2021 DT Luc BequetteBoston College
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  Boston College head football coach Jeff Hafley announced the addition of former Cal defensive lineman Luc Bequette (pronounced luke beck-IT) to the 2020 roster. Bequette, a graduate transfer, will be eligible to play for the Eagles in 2020. Bequette is one of five transfers to join BC since Hafley was hired in December. The Arkansas native was granted a sixth-year of eligibility for the 2020 campaign following the 2019 season, getting a year of eligibility back for a 2016 redshirt freshman season in which he played in only four games before being injured.

Bequette played in 42 games over the last four campaigns after redshirting as a true freshman in 2015 and started all 38 contests over the past three seasons. His Cal totals included 130 tackles, 12.5 tackles for loss (-57 yards), 10.0 sacks (-53 yards), three pass breakups, three passes defended, four forced fumbles, one fumble recovery, four quarterback hurries and one blocked kick. - Boston College Football


(DS#52 DT) rSr/2021 DT Luc BequetteBoston College
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