Brenden Schooler, a graduate transfer wide receiver, played for Oregon for four years before transferring to Texas to play for the Longhorns. Prior to that, he spent time in Arizona. Because of his work on special teams, he was recognized as a member of the First Team All-Conference for the Pac-12 in both 2017 and 2018.
Throughout his career, he has hauled in 43 passes for a total of 521 yards and four touchdowns. Because of injuries, Schooler was only able to play in three games in 2019 despite having played in 41 games during his time at Oregon.
In the game against California, he had a reception of 21 yards, and in the game against Washington, he had a reception of 23 yards. In all, he grabbed two passes for 44 yards. Schooler participated in all 13 of his team’s games as a junior and finished with 21 receptions, 203 yards, and one score.
In the game against Portland State, he hauled in a season-high four catches for 30 yards, and in the game against Washington State, he caught four passes for 59 yards, which was a season-best.
In the game against Arizona, he had three receptions for 14 yards and one touchdown, and in the game against UCLA, he had three receptions for 26 yards. Schooler hauled in four passes for 43 yards while playing on the road versus Utah, and he finished his sophomore season with 20 receptions for 274 yards and three touchdowns.
On six separate instances, he was responsible for multiple receptions, the highlight of which was a career-high five catches for a career-high 61 yards against Washington State.
Where is Brenden Schooler now?
Brenden Schooler is with the New England Patriots of the National Football league. The Patriots took a chance on Schooler and signed him as an undrafted free agent in 2022.