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5-8 / 166
BOMBER'S WSU CAREER
RS-FRESHMAN (2011): Did not play after suffering ACL injury in the spring.
FRESHMAN (2010): Redshirt season...earned Scout Team Offensive Player of the Week accoaldes against California...suffered a knee injury during 2011 spring practice that required surgery following the academic year.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER
Four-year letterwinner for head coach Curt Kramme...also lettered four times each in basketball and track and field...member of five state championship teams, including three in football and one each in basketball and track and field...FRESHMAN year started at both wide receiver and defensive back...helped lead the Lions to a 13-1 record and the state football title (2A)...also played varsity basketball, winning the state basketball championship (2A)...SOPHOMORE year named All-Whatcom County at defensive back...team went 10-3 and made the state semifinals...started every game on the hardwood, leading the Lions to a fourth-place finish at state...qualified for the state track championships in the 100-meter, and finished second at the state meet in the 4x400 relay...JUNIOR year named all-state honorable mention on the gridiron...also garnered first-team All-Northwest Conference and All-Whatcom County honors...led the Lions to a second state championship in three seasons...led the Northwest Conference with 92 receptions for 998 yards, and rushed for 253 yards on 37 carries...combined to score 17 touchdowns, including 13 through the air...named honorable mention All-NWC in basketball...track team won the state championship (2A)...individually finished second at state in the 100m (11.07) and 200m (22.05), and his 4x400 relay team won the state title...claimed the 100m title at districts...SENIOR year football team won a second-straight state title, the Lions' third in four years...named first-team all-state at wide receiver and honorable mention all-state at defensive back by the Associated Press (2A)...also named all-state at defensive back by the Seattle Times (all classifications), Tacoma News-Tribune (all classifications) and EvergreenStatePreps.com (3A-and-under)...named first-team All-NWC at both wide receiver and defensive back...also garnered All-Whatcom County honors...caught 57 passes for 884 yards and 12 touchdowns...named Seattle Times Red Chip prospect...three-star prospect according to Scout.com was rated the No. 20 prospect in the state of Washington.
Blair Michael Bomber...born in Renton, Wash...parents Ed and Bonnie...one older brother, Brady...mom was a All-American gymnast at Seattle Pacific...brother played basketball at St. Martin's University...undecided on a major at WSU.