Scott Crichton, DE, Oregon State, Junior
Height / Weight (lbs) – 6’3” / 260
Projected Round – 3
USC @ Oregon State – Friday 9:00pm ET – ESPN2
Last season, Scott Crichton was a semi-finalist for the Ted Hendricks Award – an award given to the nation’s top defensive end. He was named to the Pac-12′s first team after recording nine sacks, 44 tackles, and 17.5 tackles...
THE PRESEASON HONORS continue to pile up for Oregon State. Sophomore center Isaac Seumalo has been selected to the Outland Trophy Watch List and junior defensive end Scott Crichton to the Bronko Nagurski Award Watch List. The Outland is presented to the nation’s top interior defensive or offensive lineman and the Nagurski to the top defensive player overall.
TWO OREGON STATE JUNIORS -- wide receiver Brandin Cooks and defensive end Scott Crichton -- have been named to the preseason watch lists for the Maxwell Award and the Bednarik Award, respectively.
Crichton blocking Texas kicker, Nick Jordan’s, field goal attempt in the Valero Alamo Bowl. from: zimbio.com
Name: Scott Crichton
School: Oregon State
Ht: 6’3’’ Wt: 263
Class: Redshirt Junior
Crichton gets anchored rather easily on the outside. He is a very eager pass rusher. He uses his spin move to get...
Winning the battle at the line
If you’re not sure what this thing is all about, check out the first in the series which details Markus Wheaton and Brandin Cooks.
For today’s deadly Beaver tandem, we’re looking at duel defensive ends Scott Crichton and Dylan Wynn.
Both players exploded on the scene in 2011 as freshmen (Wynn a true freshman, Crichton a redshirt) and have continued...
Oregon State sophomore defensive end Scott Crichton was among four players added to the 18th annual Chuck Bednarik Award Watch List as announced by the Maxwell Football Club Wednesday. The award annually recognizes the most outstanding defensive player in college football.
OREGON STATE sophomore defensive end Scott Crichton has been named to the Lombardi Award Watch List. The award is given to the nation’s top college lineman or linebacker each year. Meanwhile, fall camp at Oregon State is less than three weeks away...
The Oregon State Beavers understand that hardly anyone gives them a chance against No. 9 Oregon on Saturday, but the extent to which some say they're supposed to lose has the players shaking their heads.
Defensive end Scott Crichton is countering the naysayers by pointing out that Oregon State was a big underdog last week, too.
That was the Beavers' 38-21 win over Washington...
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November 23, 2011