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Name: Caleb Lightbourn (Double Transfer from Oregon State/Nebraska)
College: Idaho     Number: 37
Height: 6-3   Weight: 235
Position: P  Pos2: K/KOS
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 5.10
   40 Time: 5.20
  40 High: 5.30
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Height: 6031
Weight: 235

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: NAC...Double Transfer from Oregon State/Nebraska...2020: NAC...2019: NAC...Transfer from Nebraska…2017: NAC…2016: NAC

 Caleb Lightbourn, Idaho, Player News

  07/22/20 - P Caleb LightbournrSr/2022, Idaho, 6-3, 235 (DS#39 P) + More +

  Lightbourn, a transfer from Nebraska, is built more like Beavers outside linebacker Hamilcar Rashed Jr. While at Camas High School earlier in his career, Lightbourn once pitched coach Jon Eagle to let him try a 50-yard field goal. "When you get a quarterback sack," Eagle told Lightbourn. "He sat there for three or four seconds, and says, 'Well, I'd have to play defense.' I said, 'That's exactly right.' He said, 'I'll take a pass on that." Lightbourn is a big guy. Maybe not big enough to play defense, but big enough to know when there's a problem. Two years ago during his third year at Nebraska, it hit Lightbourn that not all was right. Shortly after he was replaced as the Cornhuskers' regular punter, Lightbourn sensed he was having mental issues.

As he recently revealed on social media, Lightbourn noticed he was gaining weight and lying in bed for most of the day. It was a change from the "happy kid" Lightbourn described himself as growing up in Long Beach, California, and Camas. "I knew I had an issue, but I couldn't figure out what it was," Lightbourn said. Lightbourn recently revealed his bout with depression because of current circumstances regarding the pandemic and racial injustice. "In these types of trying times, people can feel alone or feeling depressed or whatever it is," Lightbourn said. "People need to know it's not just them, and to let them know they're not alone in this. I felt confident enough now to come out and say it." - The Oregonian

(DS#39 P) rSr/2022 P Caleb LightbournIdaho
News Source: The Oregonian
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