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Name: Brandon Aiyuk 
College: Arizona State     Number: 2
Height: 6-0   Weight: 205
Position: WR  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: Sr/2020

40 Low: 4.42
   40 Time: 4.50
  40 High: 4.58
Projected Round: 2  Stock:   High: Late 1st  Low: 2nd

Combine Invite: Yes
Height: 5115
Weight: 205

Zybek PD3X AKA "Official"
40 Yard Dash (ET):
 4.50
40 Yard Dash (HH): 4.50
20 Yard (ET): 2.63
20 Yard (HH): 2.57
10 Yard (ET): 1.57
10 Yard (HH): 1.52
225 Lb. Bench Reps: 11
Vertical Jump: 40
Broad Jump: 10'08"
20 Yrd Shuttle: 
3-Cone Drill: 
Projected 4.48/+.02/No Full Workout-Choice

Dates: 03/16/20
Hand: 09 3/4  Arm: 33 1/2
Wingspan: 80

Height: 5115
Weight: 205
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 Data Scout Notes: 2019: 1stC-WR&KR...33-474-14.4-3 rec, 11-67-6.1-0 PR, TT in 13 gms in '18. Transferred from Sierra College for '18. 1st team All-CCCFCA All-American AP, 1st team All-America Region 1 w/2499 AP yds, 21 TD, 80-yd PR TD, 76-yd KR, 60-yd PR in 2 yrs.

 Brandon Aiyuk, Arizona State, Player News


  It didn't take long for Arizona State's Brandon Aiyuk to jump on social media after hearing his name called late in the first round of the NFL draft on Thursday. The first message the 6-foot wide receiver sent out was a photo himself as a smiling 4-year-old dressed in a maroon San Francisco 49ers sweatshirt. Sometimes things just work out. It was indeed the 49ers that selected him with the 25th pick in the first round.Aiyuk watched the virtual draft with his family at their Reno, Nevada home.

"My mom's been a huge 49ers fan her whole life, so that kind of bled on me a little bit when I was younger," Aiyuk said in a press conference call with the media shortly after the selection. "There were a lot of people telling me before today and all week that it was going to happen. So it's crazy that it actually did happen." Aiyuk became the 252nd Sun Devil to be selected in the professional draft. His 25th overall selection was the highest for an ASU player since defensive end Terrell Suggs went 10th overall to the Ravens in 2003. - Arizona Republic


(DS#7 WR) Sr/2020 WR Brandon AiyukArizona State
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  Brandon Aiyuk had a breakout season for the Arizona State Sun Devils in 2019, emerging as the team's most potent big-play threat. It paid off as the 6-foot, 205-pound wide receiver was chosen by the San Francisco 49ers with the 25th pick of the first round. He is the 26th player selected out of ASU in the NFL's first round. This also makes the second straight season in which a Sun Devil wide receiver has been chosen in the opening round, with N'Keal Harry going to the New England Patriots with the 32nd and final pick of the first round a year ago. Draft festivities had been scheduled for Las Vegas but the coronavirus pandemic resulted in those plans being scrapped. Commissioner Roger Goodell made he announcement of each team's selection from his basement with team officials in separate locations as well.

Aiyuk was the sixth receiver chosen in a draft that is deep at that position. He was the third Pac-12 player chosen, following Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert (Chargers) and USC offensive tackle Austin Jackson (Dolphins) who went sixth and 18th, respectively. Aiyuk, who watched festivities with his family in Reno, Nevada, played only two years for the Sun Devils, arriving in 2018 after playing two years at Sierra Community College. In 25 games at ASU, he recorded 98 catches for 1,666 yards and 11 touchdowns. - Arizona Republic


(DS#7 WR) Sr/2020 WR Brandon AiyukArizona State
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  John Lynch and Co. have been very active in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft trading again, this time with the Minnesota Vikings. With the 25th-overall pick, the San Francisco 49ers selected wide receiver Brandon Aiyuk from Arizona State. The 6-foot, 205-pound receiver garnered third-team Associated Press All-American and first-team All-Pac-12 honors in 2019 after leading the Sun Devils with 65 receptions for 1,192 yards and eight scores. He was also one of the top two-duty returners in the country taking 14 punt returns for 226 yards (16.1 average) and one score, and 14 kick returns for 446 yards (31.9 average). - 49ers.com

(DS#7 WR) Sr/2020 WR Brandon AiyukArizona State
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  When the NFL draft gets underway Thursday night, Arizona State wide receiver and kick return specialist Brandon Aiyuk could be the first player with local ties to hear his name called. Aiyuk is projected to be a late-first or early-second round selection. He was one of four Sun Devils that went to the NFL combine in Indianapolis in February, with the others being running back Eno Benjamin, center Cohl Cabral and punter MIchael Turk. The University of Arizona has two prospects who could hear their names called, most likely on the final day in quarterback Khalil Tate and running back J.J. Taylor.

Another player to look for is junior offensive tackle Austin Jackson out of USC and North Canyon High School, who is slotted as a first-round selection in most projections. While the rite of spring is taking place much of the lead up has been different. There were few private workouts before the mass shutdown due to the coronavirus. Many colleges canceled their pro days during which NFL scouts traverse the country, getting a first-hand look at prospects taking part in a number of drills. ASU and Arizona were among the schools that had to cancel that event. - Arizona Republic


(DS#7 WR) Sr/2020 WR Brandon AiyukArizona State
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  2020 NFL COMBINE INVITE: Brandon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona State,...Aiyuk recorded 1,192 receiving yards this season, the fifth-most in ASU single season history and he is within 18 of fourth and 56 of third...Second in the FBS in yards after the catch with 710 while his 10.9 yards after the catch per reception are the 12th-most nationally. He was first in the Pac-12 with 3.04 yards per route run on the season. - Arizona State Football

(DS#7 WR) Sr/2020 WR Brandon AiyukArizona State
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  2019 ALL-PAC-12 FIRST TEAM (COACHES): WR Brandon Aiyuk, Sr., Arizona State,...Recorded 1,192 receiving yards this season, the fifth-most in ASU single season history and he is within 18 of fourth and 56 of third...Second in the FBS in yards after the catch with 710 while his 10.9 yards after the catch per reception are the 12th-most nationally. He was first in the Pac-12 with 3.04 yards per route run on the season...Currently 8th nationally and 2nd in the Pac-12 with 1,192 receiving yards on the year while his 99.3 receiving yards per game are also 13th in the FBS and second in the league...Six of his eight touchdown receptions in 2019 have been for more than 30 yards (77 yards vs. Kent State, 53 yards vs. Colorado, 40 yards vs. WSU, 86 yards vs. WSU, 33 yards vs. WSU, 81 vs. ORE). - Arizona State Football

(DS#7 WR) Sr/2020 WR Brandon AiyukArizona State
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  2019 ALL-PAC-12 FIRST TEAM (COACHES): RS Brandon Aiyuk, Sr., Arizona State,...Currently 6th nationally and first in the Pac-12 in all-purpose yards at 155.83 per game – the most for any wide receiver in the country...Went over 2,000 all-purpose yards (2,725) in his career at ASU despite being in Tempe for less than two full seasons. Should he reach the 3,000 all-purpose yard milestone, he would join Marion Grice as the only two-year players in ASU history to accomplish the feat...Racked up 1,870 all-purpose yards this season (sixth nationally) on just 94 total plays (19.9 yards per touch, which is fourth nationally). The five players ahead of Aiyuk are all running backs and each has at least 245 total touches this season. - Arizona State Football

(DS#7 WR) Sr/2020 WR Brandon AiyukArizona State
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  NOV 18 PAC-12 SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Brandon Aiyuk, Sr., KR/PR/WR, Arizona State (Reno, Nev.),...Three punt returns for 76 yards, including a 63-yard return for touchdown at Oregon State...Also had two kickoff returns for 44 yards...Combined with his performance on offense, Aiyuk collected 293 all-purpose yards (173 receiving, 76 punt return, 44 kick return), the fifth-most in single-game program history. This represents his seventh performance with 100+ all-purpose yards this season and 11th of his career. Also nominated: Chase McGrath, PK, USC; Travell Harris, KR/WR, WSU. - Pac-12 Football

(DS#7 WR) Sr/2020 WR Brandon AiyukArizona State
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  OCT 14/WEEK 7 PAC-12 OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Brandon Aiyuk, Sr., WR, Arizona State (Reno, Nev.),...Caught seven passes for a career-high 196 yards and 3 TDs in ASU's 38-34 win over Washington State...Aiyuk's 28.0 yard per-catch average was the highest single-game per-catch average of a Sun Devil recording seven catches in a game, passing N'Keal Harry's previous record of 24.3 in 2017...Teamed with QB Jayden Daniels for the eighth-longest passing play in school history (86 yards) for his second touchdown of the game...Caught two passes for 23 yards on ASU's game-winning, 75-yard touchdown drive. Also nominated: CJ Verdell, RB, ORE; Kedon Slovis, QB, USC; Zack Moss, RB, UTAH. - Pac-12 Football

(DS#7 WR) Sr/2020 WR Brandon AiyukArizona State
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  Jayden Daniels scored on a 17-yard scramble with 34 seconds left and threw three touchdown passes to ailing Brandon Aiyuk, leading No. 18 Arizona State to a 38-34 comeback victory over Washington State on Saturday. Arizona State (5-1, 2-1 Pac-12) trailed by three after Blake Mazza made a 31-yard field goal with 2 1/2 minutes left. Taking over at their own 25-yard line, the Sun Devils moved quickly down the field behind Daniels' pinpoint passing.

The freshman capped the drive with his scramble, helicoptering off a defender into the end zone. Daniels threw for 363 yards on 26-of-36 passing. Aiyuk had seven catches for 196 yards despite an illness that kept him out for portions of the game. Anthony Gordon threw for 466 yards and three touchdowns, but Washington State (3-3, 0-3) was again let down by its defense. The Cougars lead the nation in passing yards per game, are fourth in total offense and eighth in scoring. - Arizona State/AP College Football


(DS#7 WR) Sr/2020 WR Brandon AiyukArizona State
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  2020 SENIOR BOWL WATCH LIST: Arizona State WR Brandon Aiyuk,...Aiyuk played in all 13 games for the Sun Devils, recording 33 catches for 474 yards and three touchdowns...Finished second on the team in receiving yards behind First Round NFL draft pick N'Keal Harry...Collected 381 total return yards serving as both a punt and kick returner. - Arizona State Football

(DS#7 WR) Sr/2020 WR Brandon AiyukArizona State
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  Three players who had 400 yards in receptions or more return in seniors Brandon Aiyuk and Kyle Williams and junior Frank Darby. All expect Aiyuk to inherit the lead role. The transfer from Sierra Community College in Northern California was playing well at the end of last season, setting himself up to take a starring role this year. He should be an impact performer on special teams, as well. Fisher is looking forward to seeing how Aiyuk embraces the challenge.

"He's a tremendously skilled player. The ceiling is high for him. I don't want to say he snuck up on people because he was highly thought out of junior college but we had N'Keal and everyone was looking at him," Fisher said. "It's different when you're the guy with the bullseye every week and he will be that guy this year. Life will get harder." Aiyuk bristles at the notion that he is going to be looked at as the lead performer of the group. "I don't think I have done anything special yet. I still think I have to prove myself," he said after Saturday's scrimmage wrapped a week at Camp Tontozona. "I'm just trying to work hard to be myself and hopefully good things will happen." - Arizona Republic


(DS#7 WR) Sr/2020 WR Brandon AiyukArizona State
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