Brelan Chancellor
Brelan  Chancellor

Copperas Cove, TX

High School:
Copperas Cove HS

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 186



HOD Bowl Memories: Brelan's Big Day

Brelan Chancellor Had A Huge Afternoon At The Cotton Bowl In The Heart Of Dallas Bowl Win


2014 Bowl Champions

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Postgame Championship Press Conference

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Final Practice & Top Golf

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Episode 13

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Welcome Dinner & Gift Suite

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• Rushed for two touchdowns in the Heart of Dallas Bowl victory over UNLV
• Made six receptions for 74 yards and finished the Bowl win with 181 all-purpose yards
• Named the 2013 Conference USA Special Teams Player of the Year
• Named first-team Conference USA punt returner and kick returner, only second player in league history to do so
• Earned second-team C-USA honors as a wide receiver
• One of only 10 players in the nation to return a punt and kickoff for a TD
• Was named a Midseason First-Team All-American by Phil Steele's Magazine
• Had a single season school record 1,964 all-purpose yards in 2013
• Had four games of over 200-yards of all-purpose yardage
• Had 386 punt return yards, a single-season school record
• Had a 99-yard kickoff return for a TD against No. 9 Georgia, the third kickoff return for a TD of his career
• The 99-yard kickoff return is the second longest kick return in school history
• Became the first player to return a punt for a TD since 2004 when he took back a 65-yard punt return against Rice
• Was one of only two players in nation with three punt returns of 50-yards or more
• Ranked 11th in the nation in kickoff returns and fifth in the nation in punt returns
• Had a 62-yard punt return against Idaho and a 55-yard punt return against MTSU
• Had three 100-yard receiving games this season and four touchdowns
• Notched a career-high 135 yards receiving against Idaho, including an 85-yard touchdown catch
• Had four catches of over 40-yards this season
• Had a career-high nine receptions and a TD against Ball State
• Ranks fifth in school history with seven 100-yard receiving games
• Had 16 rushes for 123 yards
• Was twice named the Conference USA Special Teams Player of the Week

• Was injured on the first play of the game against MTSU ending his season
• Was the third-leading receiver with 25 catches and 450 yards and a team-leading 56.2 yards a game
• Averaged 120.8 all-purpose yards a game
• Had a game-changing 34-yard touchdown run in the win over Louisiana-Lafayette and 105 all-purpose yards in the win
• Made four catches for 44 yards against Houston and tallied 126 all-purpose yards against the Cougars
• Had a career-high 135 yards receiving in the win over Florida Atlantic
• Caught a 68-yard touchdown pass against the Owls, the second longest of the season and of his career
• Racked up 183 all-purpose yards against the Owls
• Had a 50-yard touchdown catch against Troy and 107 yards receiving
• Caught five passes and scored one touchdown against Kansas State
• Had a career-long run of 46 yards against Texas Southern
• Had two touchdown catches and 114 yards receiving against LSU
• Had an 80-yard TD catch against LSU, which was a career high.

• Had the sixth-highest season total in all-purpose yards in school history with 1,628
• Broke his previous record of kick-return yards in a season with 1,094, the longest return going for 73 yards
• Broke the season record for most kick returns (50)
• Ran for a school-record 332 all-purpose yards, including a school-record 286 yards on nine kick returns against Houston
• Finished fifth in the country in kick return yards
• Honorable mention All-Sun Belt player for the second straight season
• Led the team in receiving with 457 yards on 37 grabs three of which were touchdowns • Had a 41-yard kick off return against Western Kentucky
• Accumulated 185 all-purpose yards and a touchdown against the Hilltoppers
• Returned six kickoffs (16 yard avg) and snatched two catches for 32 yards and a touchdown against ASU
• Reeled in five receptions for 113 yards and a touchdown against ULM
• Had 189 all-purpose yards against ULL including three receptions for 29 yards
• Set a career high with 64 receiving yards and tied his career high with 3 receptions against Tulsa
• Ran for 120 yards on six kickoff returns including a 40-yard return
• Picked up 86 all-purpose yards against Alabama in week three
• Caught three receptions for 49 yards against Houston
• Named the Sun Belt Conference Special Teams Player of the Week
• Had the most all-purpose yardage in back-to-back games in school history with 594 • Returned eight kickoffs for 197 yards against FIU, pulling one yard shy of breaking his own single game return record from last year
• Grabbed three catches for 55 yards with the longest going for 25 against the Golden Panthers
• Ranked number two in the nation after week one with 262 all-purpose yards
• Earned a spot on ESPN's Top 10 plays with a 19 yard reception making it three games in a row dating to the previous season where he made a spot in the network's countdown.

• Set a single-season school record with 923 kick return yards in only nine games played
• Ranked second in the league in kick return yards, and sixth in the Sun Belt in all-purpose yardage
• Returned 33 kicks on the season, including two that went for touchdowns
• Returned five punts for 10 yards
• Caught one pass for 12 yards
• Rushed twice for a total of no yardage
• Returned three kicks for 98 yards against Louisiana-Lafayette, including a 49 yard return on the opening kick
• Set a school record with 198 kick return yards, the 2nd-most kick return yards ever in a Sun Belt game
• Added one reception for 12 yards against the Golden Panthers
• Returned six kicks for 156 yards against Troy
• Returned three kicks against ULM for 123 yards and a 91 yard touchdown, marking the first time a Mean Green player has returned a kickoff for a touchdown since 1998, which was a span of 143 games
• Scored a kick-return touchdown for the second week in a row, while compiling 180 yards on five kick returns against Kansas State.

High School:
• A versatile athlete who played running back in high school but was recruited by North Texas to be a slot receiver
• Rushed for 621 yards in 2009
• In 2008 was named first-team all-district 12-5A
• Scored 12 TD's as a junior and led the team with a 7.6 yards per carry
• Born August 6, 1992 in Fort Hood, Texas
•Is the son of Corey Chancellor and Tina Broadus
Has one brother, Micah, and one sister, Mia.

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