Brandon Stevens, E. Texas Baptist


Brandon Stevens, E.T.B.U. 09

Class: 2009
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Position: Punter / Safety

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E. Texas Baptist - Marshall, Texas
Played Safety and made 39 tackles (20 solo) in 2008. However, as a Punter, he was Named 2008 All-American Southwest Conference First Team. Named First-team All-ASC and earned Second-Team All-South Region honors by Led the conference with a 40.6 yard average on 49 punts this season. The all-conference selection was the third of Stevens’ career, although the first two were received when he was at Howard Payne University before transferring to ETBU in 2009. In 2008, he finished the season with 49 punts for 1,987 yards (40.6 avg) with a long of 62 yards.

He had 8 punts over 50 yards in 2008 and 10 inside the 20 yard line. In 2006, he punted 39 times for 1,515 yards (38.8 avg) with a long of 75 yards, 3 fair catches, and 7 placed inside the 20 yard line. In 2005, he punted 53 times for 2,250 yards (42.5 avg) with a long of 67 yards, 11 fair catches, and 15 placed inside the 20 yardline. Named Special Teams Player of the Week on 9/24/06 by averaging 44.4 yards over seven punts including a 75 yard punt. Earned ASC Football Player of the Week for 10/29/05.

(12/15/08) – ETBU senior punter Brandon Stevens has been named All-South Region by Stevens, a native of Wills Point, Texas, led the American Southwest Conference in punting this season with a 40.6-yard average on 49 punts. He was named first-team All-ASC last month and earned second-team All-South Region honors by Stevens was a three-time All-ASC performer in his career, including the first three years of eligibility at Howard Payne University.

He transferred to ETBU for his senior season in 2007 before an injury shelved him three games into the year. He returned with a medical redshirt this season to start 10 games at free safety, finishing with 39 tackles and 2 interceptions. Stevens was one of 17 ASC players to earn All-South Region recognition.