SHSU Bearkats in the USFL: Woody Brandom

SHSU Bearkats in the USFL: Woody Brandom

Up next for the Sam Houston State University (SHSU) Bearkats in the United States Football League (USFL) is 25-year-old Woody Brandom.

Brandom, a 6-5, 260-pound tight end out of Corona, California, was signed as a free agent by the New Jersey Generals prior to the start of the 2022 USFL season.

Before his time with the Bearkats, Brandom spent his freshman year at Montana State and his sophomore season at Riverside Community College before transferring to Sam Houston State in 2018.

As a junior for SHSU that season, Brandom played in all 11 games (starting 10) and garnered 13 receptions for 105 yards.

In his senior year for the Bearkats in 2019, the tight end compiled 314 receiving yards on 24 catches with one touchdown.

Bringing us to the 2022 USFL season, where thus far for the Generals, Brandom has garnered 129 receiving yards on 11 receptions.

Fun facts: Brandom played both tight end and safety at Corona Santiago High School (California), and caught 52 passes for 880 yards (16.9 yards per catch).

Due up next for Brandom and the New Jersey Generals (9-1, No. 1 seed in the North division): a USFL semifinals matchup against the Philadelphia Stars (6-4, No. 2 seed in the North division) on Saturday, June 25 at 2 p.m. Central Time on FOX.

Due up next in a USFL profile snapshot: a closer look at Texas State University’s Liam Dobson.