OFFICIAL GAME ISSUED CALIFORNIA GOLDEN BEARS NIKE 2011-12 KEENAN ALLEN #21 HOME GOLD JERSEY! Check out my other items. Be sure to add me to your favorites list. These Cal jerseys by Nike are meticulously made of various separate panels joined together and the shoulders have raised pebble texture to represent Bear claws. A very impressive jersey! This jersey has had the nameplate removed and you can see where the nameplate was stitched on the back as well as the Nike swoosh and player numbers sewn on. Keenan Allen’s 2011 and 2012 stats. : Earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 honors as he started each of the nine games he played in and finished the season with team highs of 61 receptions, 737 receiving yards and six touchdown catches despite missing the final three games due to an injury suffered late in the ninth game of the season at Utah… Totaled five touchdown catches in his final five games of action… Ranked third in the Pac-12 and 20th nationally in receptions (6.78 rpg), as well as sixth in the league and 37th nationally in receiving yards (81.89 ypg) as of Nov. Ranked ninth in the conference and 61st nationally in all purpose yardage (109.78), and 21st in the Pac-12 in scoring (5.33 ppg)… Second on the team among non-quarterbacks with nine “explosive plays” of 20 or more yards from the line of scrimmage… Became Cal’s all-time leader in receptions in the final game of his collegiate career at Utah when he surpassed previous record-holder Geoff McArthur (202, 2000-04)… Posted his biggest game statistically of the season at Washington State when he made 11 catches for 166 yards, including a season-long 69-yarder for a touchdown to earn honorable mention Wide Receiver Performer of the Week honors from the CFPA… Had nine receptions on two occasions in back-to-back games at Ohio State (80 yards receiving) and USC (93 yards receiving), adding an eight-yard completion to Zach Maynard on his lone passing attempt of the season against the Buckeyes… Had eight catches for 79 yards receiving and the lone two-touchdown catch game of his career against UCLA… Added six catches for 67 yards as well as two rushes for 35 yards and a touchdown on a season-long 39-yard run in the season opener against Nevada… Had four receptions against Arizona State (79 yards) and Stanford (43 yards), adding a touchdown catch against the Sun Devils… Was nominated twice for the GEICO Play of the Year for a 69-yard punt return vs. Southern Utah and 69-yard touchdown reception at Washington State… A midseason first-team All-Pac-12 selection by Phil Steele… A preseason All-American, Heisman, national honors and National Player of the Year candidate… A preseason Heisman Trophy contender according to Athlon, while Phil Steele listed him as a Heisman Trophy possible winner… A second-team preseason All-American according to Athlon, Lindy’s and Sports Illustrated, while Phil Steele had him as a third-team pick… On watch lists for the Biletnikoff Award, CFPA Special Teams Trophy, CFPA Wide Receiver Trophy, Maxwell Award, Paul Hornung Award and Walter Camp Player of the Year given to the nation’s top player, special teams player and receiver accordingly… Also a candidate for the Paul Warfield Award given annually to the country’s top receiver and the Paul Hornung Award bestowed upon the nation’s most versatile player… A first-team preseason All-Pac-12 selection by Athlon, Blue Ribbon, Lindy’s and Phil Steele… One of Cal’s Players to Watch according to Lindy’s… The nation’s No. 2 draft-eligible wide receiver and No. 7 overall player according to Phil Steele, while Lindy’s had him as the No. 3 wide receiver nationally overall… Listed by Lindy’s as the No. 4 NFL talent in the Pac-12 and the No. 14 draft-eligible prospect overall prior to the campaign… 10 Fantasy Football wide receiver prior to the season according to both Lindy’s and Phil Steele… Enterted the season with the fourth-highest per-game averages from 2011 among all returning players in both receiving yards and receptions behind only Nick Harwell (Miami, OH), Marquess Wilson (Washington State) and Robert Woods (USC) in receiving yards, and Woods, Harwell and Tavon Auston (West Virginia) in receptions… Missed all of the team’s spring practices due to injury. : Played in 13 games with 11 starts… A first-team All-Pac-12 selection for the first time in his career in a vote of the conference’s coaches, while Phil Steele and Yahoo! Sports also had him as a first-team All-Pac-12 pick, while College Sports Madness had him on its third team… Third-team midseason All-American and first-team midseason All-Pac-12 according to Steele… Won the team’s Bear Backers MVP Award on the offensive side of the ball… One of 10 Biletnikoff Award semifinalists for the honor given annually to the nation’s top receiver… A candidate for the Paul Warfield Award also given annually to the country’s top receiver, and on watch lists for the College Football Performance Awards Wide Receiver Trophy as well as the Paul Hornung Award bestowed upon the nation’s most versatile player… Posted career and team-high totals of 98 receptions, 1,343 receiving yards and six touchdown catches, with the receptions and receiving yards both ranking second on Cal’s all-time single season lists behind school record holders Dameane Douglas (100 receptions in 1998) and Geoff McArthur (1,504 receiving yards in 2003)… Got to the 1,000-yard receiving mark in a season faster than anyone else in school history when he reached 1,000 receiving yards during his ninth game of the campaign against Washington State… His per-game averages ranked second in the Pac-12 and 11th nationally in receptions (7.54), fourth in the conference and 10th nationally in receiving yards (103.31), and 12th in the conference and 72nd nationally in all purpose yards (110.00)… Led the nation in receiving yards per game for two weeks after contests against USC and Utah… Added a 13.7 yards per reception average that was the team’s highest among receivers with an average of at least one catch per game… Had five 100-yard receiving games to rank tied for third in the Pac-12… Led the team among non-quarterbacks with 18 “explosive plays” of 20 or more yards from the line of scrimmage… Led the team in receptions 12 times and receiving yards on eight occasions… Had a huge game at Washington, posting 10 catches and a career-high 197 receiving yards (fifth-most all-time in a single game at Cal and the seventh-most in a 2011 contest by a Pac-12 receiver) to earn Wide Receiver Performer of the Week honors from the College Football Performance Awards for the first time in his career… Also added a season-high-tying two rushes for a season-high 20 yards vs. The Huskies, including a season-long 19-yarder, to finish with a career-high 217 all purpose yards… Took a short pass from Maynard in the first quarter at Washington and turned it into a 90-yard TD reception that is the longest pass play in Cal history… Came back in the next two games to post nine receptions for 170 yards and a touchdown at Oregon and then a career-high 13 receptions for 160 receiving yards vs. The only Pac-12 player to have three games of 160 or more receiving yards in 2011… Also had 100-yard receiving games in the first two contests of the season vs. Fresno State (8-112) and at Colorado (6-104-TD), adding a key 32-yard reception on first down and 30 yards to go in overtime and then two plays later catching a game-winning three-yard touchdown pass from Maynard at Colorado, when he also had a 27-yard completion to Maynard as well as a one-yard rush… Had at least five catches and 61 yards receiving in 12 of 13 games, with the only exception a three-catch, 29-yard contest against Oregon State… Had nine catches for 82 yards and a season-high-tying two rushes for eight yards in the Holiday Bowl vs. Contributed eight receptions on two other occasions in addition to the Fresno State season opener vs. Washington State (85 yards) and Utah (78 yards, TD), adding one rush for eight yards vs. Had seven catches for 83 yards at UCLA, while adding one rush for 12 yards… Posted six catches for 97 yards and a touchdown at Stanford, with all of his receiving stats coming in the first quarter… Also had six catches for 85 yards and a touchdown against Presbyterian… Had five catches for 61 yards at Arizona State, while adding one rush for six yards… Had one receiving touchdown in four consecutive games at Colorado, vs. Presbyterian, at Washington and at Oregon… Washington State, while adding one punt return for seven yards vs. Fresno State and one for five against USC… Also contributed three tackles… A second-team preseason All-Pac-12 choice of Phil Steele… Listed as having his “Stock Rising” on a Fantasy Flash sidebar in Cal’s team section of Athlon’s season preview magazine. This jersey is exceptionally clean and so I would assess it as a game issued jersey! It is made from quality materials with all sewn on numbers. Grab a great Cal jersey to wear to a Cal game! This jersey is perfect for wearing to cheer on the Golden Bears at Memorial Coliseum, working out or just to wear while watching the Cal bears at home on the TV! FEEL FREE TO CONTACT ME IF YOU HAVE A CAL GAME USED HELMET TO SELL OR TRADE. JUST LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU HAVE TO SELL OR TRADE. Please see my other auctions for other great Cal Bears game used jerseys!! To keep my prices low this is an all sales final sale. If you do not have a confirmed U. Please check out my other auctions of genuine, used U. The item “CALIFORNIA GOLDEN BEARS GAME ISSUE KEENAN ALLEN 2011-12 #21 HOME GOLD JERSEY” is in sale since Saturday, April 23, 2016. This item is in the category “Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Game Used Memorabilia\College-NCAA”. The seller is “roll_on_you_bears” and is located in Pacifica, California. 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