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Former Oregon State Star Mike Hass Included On College Football Hall of Fame Ballot

The wide receiver is one of the nominees for the coveted honor.

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Mike Hass, who donned the black, white and orange for Oregon State from 2002-2005, was listed as one the 78 players who will be voted upon for potential induction into College Football Hall of Fame’s 2022 Class. The 6’ 1”, 205-pound stand-out was a 2005 First-Team All-American and Biletnikoff Award winner, as well as being selected First Team All-Pac-10 in both 2004 and 2005.

In addition to his postseason accolades through his career, on-the-field, Hass posted three seasons of 1,000+ yards and in 2005, his Biletnikoff campaign, led the country with 139.9 receiving yards per game.

Hass shares a ballot alongside some of the game’s most prestigious names, including that of former Pac-12 stars Reggie Bush (USC) and Andrew Luck (Stanford). The ballot also includes seven coaches and countless other star First-Team All-Americans, one of the criteria for being selected by the committee.

The class will be announced sometime in early 2022 and formally inducted by the National Football Foundation at their 64th Annual Awards Dinner in December of next year.

Information from the National Football Foundation’s media release was used in this article.