Shaydon finished his five-year career at Weber State in 2014. He twice earned Big Sky All-Conference honors and played in 36 career games with the Wildcats. Finished his career fifth in Weber State history in career receiving yards with 2,244 yards. Also had 20 receiving touchdowns which is the second most of any player in school history. Finished his career sixth in WSU history in career receptions with 153.
2014 (Senior) Earned Second Team Big Sky All-Conference honors at wide receiver, the only Wildcat to earn first or second team honors...Started all 12 games for the Wildcats during the season...Finished fifth in the Big Sky in receiving yards per game at 81.3...Was also fourth in the conference and 10th in the nation in receptions per game at 6.8...Had 82 receptions on the season for 976 yards and eight touchdowns...Had 100 or more receiving yards three times with a season-high 122 yards against Stephen F. Austin, to go along with two touchdowns...Had 11 or more receptions in three games with 11 against Sacramento State and Montana State and 12 against Stephen F. Austin...The 12 receptions is tied for the seventh most in WSU single-game history and was the most receptions in a game since 1996...Also finished second in the Big Sky and 23rd in the country in punt returns at 9.3 yard per return...Had 26 punt returns for 243 yards, which ranks as the ninth most in a season in WSU history...Also had touchdown-saving forced fumble in the win over Northern Colorado, his final career home game.
2013 (Junior) After battling injuries already in his career, suffered a knee injury in fall camp that kept him out most of the season...Played in the final four games of the year and started the final three games...In his first game back, had six receptions for 123 yards and one touchdown against Portland State...Had a season-long 43 yard reception against the Vikings...Also had five receptions against Southern Utah and two each against Montana and Idaho State...Ended the season with 15 receptions for 186 yards and one touchdown...Averaged 46.5 receiving yards per game in the four games, second best on the Wildcat team...Also had two rushing attempts for 19 yards on the season.
2012 Played in just three games due to injury...Started the first three games of the season but suffered a broken leg against McNeese State and missed the rest of the season...Recorded 11 receptions for 149 yards and two touchdowns in the three games played...Had four catches for 59 yards and one touchdown in the season opener at Fresno State...Also had six catches for 80 yards and a touchdown against McNeese State.
2011 (Sophomore) Had a breakout sophomore year as the top Wildcat receiver...Earned Big Sky Honorable Mention All-Conference honors and stared all 11 games for the Wildcats during the season...Had 43 receptions for 883 yards and eight touchdowns...Was seventh in the Big Sky in receiving yards per game at 80.3...Averaged 20.3 yards per catch...Recorded at least one catch in 10 of the 11 games...Had six receptions against Southern Utah, Montana, and Montana State...Had a career-high 157 receiving yards against Idaho State...Had three catches on the day with two of them going for touchdowns...Had an 83-yard reception against the Bengals on Oct. 15, marking the eighth longest pass play in Weber State history...Also had four catches for 100 yards and three touchdowns in WSU’s win at Northern Colorado on Sept. 24...Also had two touchdowns in a win over Sacramento State and one in the season finale victory at Idaho State...All eight of his touchdowns came in Weber State victories...Was second on the team in non-kicking scoring with 48 points...Was ninth in the league in touchdown scoring at 4.4 points per game
2010 (Freshman) Appeared in six games for the Wildcats during the season and started at home against Portland State on Oct. 23...Only recorded stats in one game during the season, his first collegiate game Sept. 4 at Boston College...Had two catches for 50 yards in that game, including a 24-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter of that game...Earned Big Sky Academic All-Conference honors during the season.
Castle High School Played under Coach Nelson Mae’ea at Castle High...Helped lead his team to a victory in the 2009 state quarterfinal game, scoring on a screen pass with less than a minute to play.
Personal Full name is Shaydon Ioane Kehano...Last name is pronounced: KAY-HA-NO...Was born Oct. 7, 1992...Is pursuing a BIS degree at Weber State...Likes to play the piano and ukuele.