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Casey Hamlett
Casey Hamlett

Hometown:
Edmonds, Wash.

High School:
Edmonds-Woodway

Last College:
Western Washington

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 250

Position:
Defensive End

Experience:
2V



HAMLETT'S WSU CAREER
SENIOR (2010):
Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 11 of WSU's 12 games...sat out of the game against Arizona with a concussion...recorded 10 tackles, all of which were solo...registered three tackles for loss and two sacks...also broke up one pass, hurried the quarterback once, and forced one fumble...made a season-high three tackles, including two tackles for loss, against Oregon State...was placed on the Pacific-10 Conference All-Academic Football First Team with his 3.77 GPA.
JUNIOR (2009): Transferred to WSU in spring 2009 after Western Washington University discontinued its football program....earned a varsity letter after appearing in each of WSU's 12 games...started eight games at defensive end...registered 20 tackles on the season (15 solo), including two tackles-for-loss and two sacks...also forced a fumble, recovered a fumble and recorded one quarterback hurry...recorded a season-high four tackles at Oregon, all of which were solo...named first-team CoSIDA All-Academic District VIII.

HAMLETT'S WESTERN WASHINGTON CAREER
Two-year letterwinner for head coach Robin Ross...SOPHOMORE year named second-team All-GNAC and was a GNAC All-Academic selection...started all 11 games, registering 31 tackles (22 solo)...recorded five tackles-for-loss and three sacks...FRESHMAN year played in six games, recording two tackles on special teams.

HAMLETT'S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Three-year letterwinner for head coach John Gradwohl...team captain as a senior...played both tight end and defensive end...SENIOR year was named first-team all-state at tight end by both the Associated Press and Washington Preps...was a Seattle Times White Chip prospect...was also named first-team all-league at both tight end and defensive end...team went 12-1, winning the league championship and advancing to the state semifinals...caught 23 passes for 365 yards and six touchdowns...played in the East-West All-Star Game...JUNIOR year was named second-team all-league on both sides of the ball...team went 9-2, winning the league title and qualifying for the state playoffs...SOPHOMORE year team went 9-2 and won the league championship en route to an appearance in the state playoffs...also lettered three times in basketball, earning first-team All-Wesco honors as a senior.

DEFENSE	G/GS	TT	PT	AT	TFL	SACKS	PI/YDS
2009	12/8	20	15	5	2/-4	2/-4	0/0
2010	11/1	10	10	0	3/-24	2/-21	0/0
Totals	23/9	30	25	5	5/-28	4/-25	0/0

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