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Wou Freshman Gridder Earns Honor

MONMOUTH — Western Oregon University freshman all-purpose football player Paul Revis was one of only three first-year players to be named as part of the Don Hansen NCAA Division II All-America team, announced last week.

Revis, who set numerous school records for a freshman, was named as part of the third team offense after becoming the first player in Wolves’ history to surpass the 1,000-yard mark with 1,149 yards on 67 catches to go along with a team-high 11 touchdowns.

Revis also set single-season school records for yards per catch (17.1) and tied the touchdown record with 11, while also setting the single-season mark for all-purpose yards with 2,029 and tied for third with one other former player in total catches.

Revis was named Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) Co-Freshman of the Year, earned All-GNAC first-team honors as a wide receiver before being named to the all-league second team as a kick returner.

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