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#95 Scott Crichton
Position: Defensive End
Height: 6'3"
Weight: 265
Year: Junior
Hometown: Tacoma, Wash.
High School: Henry Foss HS
Experience: 2 Letters
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Crichton Photos
Scott Crichton Biography
Career stats Career stats
2013 Game-by-Game Statistics 2013 Game-by-Game Statistics
2012 Game-by-Game Statistics 2012 Game-by-Game Statistics
2011 Game-by-Game Statistics 2011 Game-by-Game Statistics
Courtesy: Athletic Communications
Release: 07/16/2013

OREGON STATE – 2014: Chosen by  the Minnesota Vikings in the third round of the NFL Draft (72nd overall). 2013: Crichton (pronounced CRY-ton) established himself as one of the premier defensive ends in the nation during his three years at Oregon State … announced Jan. 4, 2014 he would forego his senior season to make himself eligible for the 2014 NFL Draft, joining Brandin Cooks as the fourth and fifth OSU players to leave the program early for professional football … named to the preliminary watch lists for the Bronko Nagurski Award, the Bednarik Award and the Lott Trophy – all three awards are given to the top defensive player in the nation … also named to the Ted Hendricks Defensive End of the Year Watch List … named to SI.com’s All-America honorable mention … named Pac-12 Conference Second Team … despite consistently drawing double teams recorded 19.0 tackles-for-loss (fifth-most in OSU single season history) … finished he career fourth on OSU’s all-time list with 51.0 tackles-for-loss and third in OSU history with 22.5 sacks … established the school record with 10 forced fumbles during his career … started 37 of 38 games played … missed spring practice while rehabilitating from offseason shoulder surgery. 2012: Named All-America honorable mention by SI.com … named a ESPN.com Midseason All-American; SI.com Midseason Second Team All-American … a semi-finalist for the Ted Hendricks Award given annually to the nation’s top defensive end … named Pac-12 Conference First Team; one of only two underclassmen to be named Pac-12 First Team on defense … on the Lombardi Award Preseason Watch List … registered 9.0 sacks in 2012, good for ninth in OSU single season history … notched three sacks against Washington State – the first OSU player since Stephen Paea in 2010 to accomplish the feat … tallied season-high nine tackles against Utah … recovered fumbles against Wisconsin and Utah. 2011: Scott had a phenomenal season as a redshirt freshman earning Freshman All-America consideration from multiple media outlets … selected to the Freshman All-America First Team by CBSSports.com, Yahoo! Sports, Phil Steele, College Football News and Sporting News … Phil Steele Midseason First Team All-Pac-12 and honorable mention All-American … selected as Pac-12 All-Conference honorable mention … named Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Week for Oct. 24 following win over Washington State (7 tackles, 2 TFLs, sack, 2 forced fumbles, 1 BrUp) … among four college football standouts that advanced to the finals of the All-Star Performance of the Year by Intersport following OSU’s win over Washington (5 tackles, 3 TFLs, 2 sacks, 1 forced fumble) … set Oregon State single season record with six forced fumbles – leading the nation among freshmen … set season-high with 12 tackles in Civil War … also tallied 11 tackles and two tackles-for loss against UCLA … finished the season with 74 tackles including 14.5 TFLs – tops in the nation among freshmen – and a team-leading six sacks … … his teammates voted him the most improved player at the end of the season with QB Sean Mannion. 2010: Redshirt … named the defensive scout team co-MVP.

HENRY FOSS: Three-year letterman at defensive end and linebacker … Narrows League Defensive MVP with 78 solo tackles … Washington 4A First Team All-State … Tacoma Weekly Player of the Year … Rivals three-star athlete and rated the 44th best defensive end prospect in the nation … also played tight end at Foss.

PERSONAL: Born October 30, 1991 in Tacoma, Washington … son of Lucky and Malama Crichton … has one sister, RaeAnn … has two brothers, Derek and Darryl … chose Oregon State because “it’s a great environment with great players and coaches” … studying human development and family sciences.

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