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Charlie Hopkins

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Position
6'6''
Height
255 lbs.
Weight
Senior
Class
Spokane, Wash.
Hometown
Gonzaga Prep
High School

AT VIRGINIA
2015
– Started 11 of UVA’s 12 games … caught one pass for eight yards at No. 13 UCLA … made one catch for five yards against No. 9 Notre Dame … collected one reception for 14 yards against Boise Statecaught his first collegiate touchdown against Syracuse … the two-yard score in the fourth quarter brought UVA within three points in a game the Cavaliers won in three overtimes … caught three passes for 36 yards and one touchdown at North Carolina … made a catch at Miami for four yards … caught three passes for 21 yards against Duke.

PREVIOUS SCHOOL
A 2015 graduate of Stanford where he earned a degree in science, technology and society … played in all 14 games for the Pac-12 champions in 2013, including the Rose Bowl … made two catches for 10 yards … made one catch against San Jose State and one against UCLA … key in the run-blocking game … appeared in three games in 2014 due to injury … did not play in any games at Stanford during the 2011 or 2012 seasons where he began his career as a defensive lineman … redshirted the 2011 season.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL
A 2011 graduate of Gonzaga Prep (Wash.) where he played defensive end for head coach Dave McKenna … was a PrepStar All-American … No. 15 defensive end by Rivals.com … No. 38 defensive end by Scout.com … No. 31 defensive lineman by SuperPrep … two-time All-Greater Spokane first-team honoree … first-team all-state … made seven sacks and blocked one punt in six games as a senior … recorded 10 sacks, blocked one punt and collected one interception as a junior … also lettered in basketball … son of Brian and Laurie Hopkins … has two brothers, Beau and Reed, and one sister, Claire … father, Brian, played basketball at Puget Sound … brother, Beau, played basketball at Eastern Oregon … uncle played football at Washington State … enjoys hiking, fishing and snowboarding … working on a graduate degree in the Curry School of Education’s research, stats and evaluation program.