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Top Twenty for 2020 - #17 Nahshon Wright

The established OSU Wright Brother makes the list.

Oregon State v Washington State Photo by William Mancebo/Getty Images

As the calendar flips to August, college football’s return is theoretically closer. On Friday the Pac-12 announced a 10-game conference schedule only, with games starting on September 26th. Yesterday the Pac-12 players, said they won’t report to fall camp or participate in games unless changes are made. College football and the NCAA has largely ignored this pandemic and hoped for the best, but it doesn’t appear like that was a smart strategy. Regardless we will continue the top-20 list for the 2020 season.


#17 Nahshon Wright - Cornerback

Nahshon Wright had a fantastic first season for the Beavs after coming from Laney Community College. His big and lanky frame helped him intercept three passes (5 PBUs). He also contributed 34 tackles (26 solo) and played in every game. And while some though Nahshon might struggle to adjust to division 1 football; he burst onto the scene opening the season with back-to-back six tackle efforts against Oklahoma State and Hawaii.

While Nahshon Wright checks all the boxes physically, the Beavers are hoping he takes an even bigger step forward in year 2 as a junior. The coaching staff is also hoping that Rejzohn Wright and Nahshon can form a dynamic duo and shut down opposing teams two best WRs.

Projected Stats:

31 Tackles... 4 INTs...

The Full List:

17. Nahshon Wright - CB

18. Andrzej Hughes-Murray - LB

19. Rejzohn Wright - CB

20. Chance Nolan - QB