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2013: Playing in nine games and starting in two of them, Josh Bredl ended up with 21 tackles on the year, two sacks for 19 yards, and helping the Pack with there wins of 11 games.
2012: Appeared in all 13 games for the Pack after returning from injury in 2011 ... Recorded two tackles, one of which was a tackle for a loss against Western New Mexico ... Finished with a season-high three tackles against Fort Lewis ... Finished the season with 13 tackles with one pass breakup.
2011: Sat out the season with an injury, and plans to petition for an injury redshirt season ... During preseason and spring drills, made the move to defensive end.
2010: Saw action in nine games for the Thunderwolves as a reserve tight end ... Caught two passes for 17 yards at Western State on Nov. 6 ... Finished 2010 with three catches for a total of 19 yards.
2009: Redshirted in 2009.
High School: Coming out of Horizon High School in Thornton, Colo., was ranked as the 93rd best tight end prospect in nation, according to ESPN ... Was ranked as the 15th best high school prospect in the state of Colorado by Rivals.com ... Was an All-Region and All-Conference selection at Horizon ... Also played basketball, holding down the low post for the Hawks ... Was an honor roll student. Coached by Frank Ybarra.
Personal: Son of Nicole and Rudy Bredl ... Has one younger sister, Brandi ... Majoring in exercise science. Born 1/28/91.