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Bryan Beck
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Bryan  Beck

Class:
RS Freshman

Hometown:
Franklin, Wis.

High School:
Franklin

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 290

Position:
OL

Birthdate:
10/29/1996

Major:
Pre-Business

04/06/2017

Record 227 FAU Student-Athletes Placed on C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll

This is a new program record and a more than 10 percent increase from 2016

10/10/2016

Monday Morning with Head Coach Charlie Partridge

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06/01/2016

Summer Glance at the Football Offensive Line

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12/18/2015

FAU’s Student Athletes Post the Program’s Highest G.P.A.

Every women’s team (11) averaged a 3.0 G.P.A. or higher

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AT FAU

Redshirt Freshman (2016)

  • Saw action in the season opening victory over SIU
  • Drew his first collegiate start in the Owls game at Kansas State (LT)
  • Saw action versus Ball State
  • Started at right tackle versus FIU
  • Saw action at right tackle versus Charlotte and was praised by Head Coach Charlie Partridge for his improvement since his first collegiate game
  • Held the Right Tackle starting spot despite the return of the preseason starter who moved to right guard
Freshman (2015)
  • Worked to strengthen a strong offensive line and redshirted...member of the fall Dean's List.
High School
  • Played for Louis Brown at Franklin High School
  • As a senior, the team posted a 9-3 record and was 6-1 in its conference...advanced to the quarterfinals of the state play-offs
  • Three-sport athlete (football, basketball and baseball)
  • Earned first team all-conference, first team all-region, honorable mention all-state and was a two-time all-conference selection
  • Earned all-suburban and all area honors
  • Played in the Wisconsin Shrine All-Star game
  • Member of the honor roll
  • Two-star offensive lineman as ranked by 247 Sports.

Personal

  • Pre-Business major
  • Son of Mike and Lori Beck
  • Born on Oct. 29, 1996 in Wauwatosa, Wis
  • First player to join FAU from the state of Wisconsin
  • Brother Trevor played for Wisconsin-Whitewater, where he was a three-time national champion and his father also played for Wisconsin-Whitewater.
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