Data Scout Notes: 2012: 2ndC...3* Minnesota transfer...2011: NA...2010: NA
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Draft Scout De''Leon Eskridge News
08/27/13 - RB De'Leon Eskridge and fourth-year tight end Isaiah Stanback were waived.
04/17/13 - 2013 NFL DRAFT: 124 FBS PROGRAMS, 124 POSSIBLE UNDRAFTED ROOKIE FREE AGENTS: SAN JOSE STATE: RB De'Leon Eskridge (5-11, 209, 4.66)...A Minnesota transfer, Eskridge has limited speed but does a nice job pressing the hole, following his blocks and bursting to the second level to pick up chunks of yards. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
12/07/12 - 2012 ALL-WAC SECOND TEAM (COACHES): RB-De'Leon Eskridge, Sr., San Jose State, has been selected Second Team All-Western Athletic Conference (Coaches selection) for the 2012 college football season. - San Jose State football
11/27/12 - WEEK 13 WAC OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: San Jose State running back De'Leon Eskridge, a senior from San Francisco, Calif. (Serra HS), rushed for 217 yards and three touchdowns on 28 carries in the Spartans' 52-43 win over Louisiana Tech. His last two touchdowns came in the second half with San Jose State trailing 37-31 to give the Spartans a 45-37 lead. Eskridge gained 143 yards in the second half. His total tied for the seventh best single-game performance in school history. Others nominated on offense: senior wide receiver Myles White, Louisiana Tech; junior quarterback Eric Soza, UTSA; and senior running back Kerwynn Williams, Utah State. - WAC football
11/25/12 - Louisiana Tech committed three second half turnovers and its defense struggled all night long as San Jose State handed the Bulldogs a 52-43 loss Saturday night at Spartan Stadium. Tech (9-3, 4-2 WAC) held a 30-24 lead early in the third quarter, but San Jose State (10-2, 5-1 WAC) used a strong running game, a potent passing attack and key defensive stops to pull away for the victory. "It certainly wasn't our best effort," said Tech head coach Sonny Dykes. "I didn't think we played well. I'm disappointed. I guess we didn't have them ready to go. We made too many mistakes on offense, but we can't put that type of pressure week in and week out on our offense. As we move forward (looking at the bowl), we have to do a better job of getting our players ready to play."
San Jose State running back De'le Eskridge rushed for a career-high 217 yards and three touchdowns as the Spartans averaged almost six yards per carry on the night. "They ran it better than we anticipated," Dykes said. "They creased us on a couple of big runs. Their offensive line was a lot more physical than our defensive line and their defensive line was more physical than our o-line. I thought that was the difference." - Louisiana Tech football