|High School:||Episcopal School of Dallas|
CAL CAREER (Career Stats): Has appeared in 13 games as a quarterback and made four starts at the position ... has completed 70-of-144 (48.6%) passes for 672 yards and two touchdowns with five interceptions for a passer efficiency rating of 85.4 ... has rushed for 25 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries, with the score coming on a one-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter at Washington State in 2008 ... also serves as the team's primary holder for field goal and extra-point attempts.
2011 (Game-By-Game Stats): One of two quarterbacks sharing the No. 2 spot, along with Allan Bridgford, on the two-deep following the conclusion of spring practices behind starter Zach Maynard ... listed as being in a "Position Battle" with Zach Maynard at quarterback on a Fantasy Flash sidebar in Cal's team section of Athlon's season preview magazine.
2010 (Game-By-Game Stats): Played in eight games at quarterback and was the starter for the final four contests after a career-ending injury to starting quarterback Kevin Riley at Oregon State ... started the season as the No. 3 quarterback but worked his way up to No. 2 before taking over the starting role after Riley's injury ... completed 67-of-137 (48.9%) passes for 646 yards and two touchdowns with five interceptions for an 86.0 quarterback rating ... had 22 rushes for seven yards ... completed 12-of-24 passes for 171 yards and rushed five times for a career-high 25 yards in his first career start to lead Cal to its lone road win of the season at Washington State, completing a career-long 50-yard pass to Marvin Jones and also posting the longest run of his career of 28 yards to key Cal's first touchdown drive against the Cougars ... the 28-yard run was the longest by a Cal quarterback since Aaron Rodgers had a 36-yarder at Washington on Nov. 13, 2004 ... posted career highs for pass completions, attempts and yardage in the Big Game against Stanford, completing 19-of-37 passes for 173 yards and one of his two career touchdown tosses ... added a career-high six rushes for six yards against the Cardinal ... did throw a pair of interceptions both at Washington State and vs. Stanford ... hit on 14-of-24 passes for 141 yards with one touchdown in relief of Riley at Oregon State ... other starts came vs. Oregon (10-28-0-69-0) and Washington (12-23-1-92-0) ... saw minimal action in three games off the bench vs. UC Davis, at Nevada and vs. Arizona State, rushing once for eight yards and throwing an incompletion against the Sun Devils for his only stats in those contests.
2009 (Game-By-Game Stats): Played in three of the first four games off the bench as a quarterback vs. Maryland, vs. Eastern Washington and at Oregon, but did not take a snap over the final nine contests ... threw an incompletion in his only pass attempt in the season opener vs. Maryland.
2008 (Game-By-Game Stats): Appeared in two games as a quarterback at Washington State and vs. Washington, combining to complete 3-of-6 passes for 26 yards ... had a passer efficiency rating of 86.4 ... also rushed for 13 yards on three carries and had a one-yard rushing touchdown in the fourth quarter at Washington State ... was 2-of-4 for 16 yards in the air vs. Washington, while totaling 1-of-2 completions for 10 yards at Washington State.
2007: Redshirted ... earned the team's Freshman Lifter of the Year Award.
HIGH SCHOOL: A Prepstar All-American selection ... rated the No. 11 "pro-style" quarterback by Rivals ... selected to the All-Southwest team by SuperPrep ... attended the Elite 11 quarterback camp in 2006 ... threw for 2,200 yards and 26 touchdowns, adding 989 yards and nine touchdowns on the ground in his final campaign as a senior in 2006 to lead his team to a state title ... was one of eight underclassmen to earn All-State honors as a junior in 2005 when he threw for 1,986 yards, 28 touchdowns and only six interceptions.
PERSONAL: Full name is Hans Brock Mansion ... born December 19, 1987 ... parents are Hans and Kim Mansion ... father was a tight end at Texas Tech ... three uncles played college football at Oklahoma, Texas and Texas Tech, respectively ... major is American studies.
MANSION'S CAREER GAME HIGHS
Pass Completions: 19 (vs. Stanford, 2010)
Pass Attempts: 37 (vs. Stanford, 2010)
Passing Yards: 173 (vs. Stanford, 2010)
Passing TDs: 1 (twice, last vs. Stanford, 2010)
Long Pass: 50 (at Washington State, 2010)
Rushes: 6 (vs. Stanford, 2010)
Rushing Yards: 25 (at Washington State, 2010)
Rushing TDs: 1 (at Washington State, 2008)
Long Rush: 28 (at Washington State, 2010)
All Purpose Yards: 25 (at Washington State, 2010)
Points: 6 (at Washington State, 2008)
LAST UPDATED: October 11, 2011