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Harrison Wilfley
Player Profile:
Harrison Wilfley 1250322
Position: Defensive End
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 275
Year: Senior
Hometown: Sacramento, CA
High School: American River College/Casa Roble HS
Experience: 1 Letter

Twitter: @harrisonwilfley | @calfootball
Instagram: harrisonwilfley | cal_football

Pronunciation
will-FLEA

Career Stats
Game Logs: 2014 | 2012
Clips: (11/26/2014) 1-On-1 Wednesday - CalBears.com

Wilfley played in a combined 23 of 24 possible games at Cal during the 2012 and 2014 seasons while redshirting in 2013 and made a single start in his second to last collegiate game as a 2014 senior. He played three different positions as well as on special teams during his Cal career, picking up six tackles and one quarterback hurry all as a 2014 senior when he earned Cal’s Tiny Bates Award. Wilfley started his Cal career as a tight end and special teams player in 2012. He moved to defensive tackle during his 2013 redshirt season and 2014 spring practices before shifting to defense end for the 2014 campaign. Wilfley, who was 24 years old as a senior, spent two years on a Mormon mission during the 2010 and 2011 football seasons after playing two previous campaigns at American River College. Wilfley graduated from Cal in December of 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in American studies.

After Cal
► Participated in 2015 pro days hosted by Cal and the San Francisco 49ers

Cal Career (2012-14)
► Played in 23 games with one start during his three campaigns with the program, seeing all of the action during his 2012 junior and 2014 senior campaigns while redshirting the 2013 campaign
► Recorded all his stats other than participation as a 2014 senior when he had six tackles, one quarterback hurry and also made his lone career start in the second to last contest of his career vs. Stanford
► Played his first season at Cal as a tight end before moving to defensive tackle during his 2013 redshirt campaign and 2014 spring practices before eventually moving to defensive end for the 2014 season
► Also saw action throughout his career on special teams
► Graduated from Cal in December of 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in American studies
 
Senior (2014)
► Played in all 12 games primarily at defensive end and started the second to last game of his career vs. Stanford
► Contributed all of his career stats other than participation with six tackles and one quarterback hurry
► Recipient of the Tiny Bates Award presented annually by the California Grid Club of Sacramento to a Northern California/Sacramento area senior on the Cal football team that exemplifies outstanding performance and citizenship both on the field and in the classroom
► Had a career-high-tying two tackles in a game on three occasions vs. Washington, at Oregon State and in his lone career start vs. Stanford
► Added one quarterback hurry in his final collegiate game against BYU
► Had two tackles in the spring game
 
Senior (2013)
► Redshirted
► Did not play
► Moved to defensive tackle after spending his first campaign at Cal as a 2012 junior primarily on special teams and also as a reserve tight end
 
Junior (2012)
► Played in all 12 games off the bench without recording any stats other than participation primarily on special teams and also as a reserve tight end
 
American River College (2008-09)
► Named to the All-Mid-Empire Conference squad and was his team’s MVP as a 2009 sophomore when his club reached the Hawaiian Punch Bowl
 
Casa Roble HS (Class of 2008)
► A versatile high school player who saw playing time at both quarterback and defensive end
► A first-team All-Capital Athletic League pick as a 2007 senior when he recorded 57 tackles, 9.0 sacks, one pass breakup, six fumble recoveries that he returned 45 yards including one for 44 yards, and three forced fumbles for a team that finished 10-1 overall and 5-0 in the Capital Football League to win the conference title
► Played in the Optimist Game following his senior campaign and recorded a pair of sacks

Other
► Full name is Harrison Christoph Wilfley
► Born August 22, 1990
► Parents are Chris and Melene Wilfley
► The middle child of five in his family
► Spent two years during the 2010 and 2011 football seasons on a Mormon mission in Uruguay

Wilfley's Career Game Highs
Tackles: 2 (three times, last vs. Stanford, 2014)
Quarterback Hurries: 1 (vs. BYU, 2014)

Last Updated
June 8, 2015

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