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Micah Hannam
Micah Hannam

Gig Harbor, Wash.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 283

Offensive Line



RS-SENIOR (2010):
Earned a varsity letter after starting 11 of WSU's 12 games at right tackle...started 43 games in a row, dating back to his debut game, until the Arizona game, which he sat out of due to a concussion suffered two weeks prior...his 43-game starting streak marked the longest by a Cougar offensive lineman since Mike Utley started 42 straight games from 1985-88...was named to the Pacific-10 Conference All-Academic Football First Team with his 3.58 GPA...was named one of two winners of the Laurie Niemi Award at the WSU Football Banquet at the end of the season for his courage and attitude.
RS-JUNIOR (2009): Earned a varsity letter after starting each of WSU's 12 games at right tackle...has now started 37-straight games dating back to his debut season, all of which having come at right tackle...was one of just two Cougar offensive lineman to start every game for the Cougars...named first-team Pacific-10 Conference All-Academic...named first-team CoSIDA All-Academic District VIII.
RS-SOPHOMORE (2008): Earned a varsity letter after starting each of WSU's 13 games at right tackle...battled through injured right shoulder all season as one of only two linemen to start each game...named to ESPN The Magazine/CoSIDA Academic All-District VIII First Team and All-Pac-10 Academic Second Team.
RS-FRESHMAN (2007): Earned a varsity letter after starting each of WSU's 12 games at right tackle...named to The Sporting News Freshman All-America and Pacific-10 Conference All-Freshman Teams...earned WSU's weekly Offensive Line Award following performance against Stanford...also earned WSU's weekly Cougar Claw Offense Award following performance against Wisconsin...part of Cougar offensive line that helped the team's passing attack lead the conference and finish eighth in the nation with 319.58 passing yards per game...also helped the Cougar offense finish second in the conference and 28th in the country in total offense (435.25 yards per game)...WSU also finished third in the conference in sacks allowed (1.83 per game)...named All-Pac-10 Academic First Team.
FRESHMAN (2006): Redshirt season.

Earned three varsity letters in football under head coach Ross captain senior year...named co-MVP on the offensive line at the 2005 WSU youth summer football a SOPHOMORE earned a starting position on the offensive line and was named to the All-Seamount Pierce League Second Team...JUNIOR year earned second-team All-Seamount League Pierce Division honors by Seattle Times...during SENIOR season named first-team All-Seamount League Pierce Division... named to Seattle Times Red Chip list, Tacoma News Tribune All-Area Team, TNT "Northwest Nuggets" and Washington Preps All-State Team...received Pierce County National Football Foundation Award...played in the East-West All-Star game.

Washington State Cougars Football