With the No. 216 overall pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, the Oakland Raiders have selected Washington linebacker Azeem Victor.
2016 First‐Team All‐Pac‐12
2017: Played in nine games, starting five of them ... started in the Huskies' win over Montana, finishing with four solo tackles ... two tackles in a start in the victory over Fresno State ... had a UW‐high 10 tackles, including one sack, in the Huskies' Pac‐12 opener at Colorado ... two tackles and a pass breakup at Oregon State ... made one tackle in the Cal game ... had six tackles in a start at Arizona State ... two stops in the win over UCLA ... one tackle in the win over Oregon ... two tackles, including a sack, at Stanford ... did not play vs. Utah, WSU or in the Fiesta Bowl.
2016: Played in, and started, 10 games before a season‐ending injury ... despite missing four games, still finished third on the team with 67 total tackles ... recorded 11 total tackles in the Huskies' season‐opening win over Rutgers ... shared the team lead with six tackles in the win over Idaho, when he also had a tackle for loss and a fumble recovery in the UW endzone ... four tackles in the win over Portland State ... notched 10 tackles, all of them solo, and also forced a fumble in the win at Arizona ... led all players with 11 total tackles in the win over No. 7 Stanford ... made four tackles, including one for a loss, in Washington's 70‐21 win at Oregon ... two tackles in the win over Oregon State ... named the Walter Camp Foundation National Player of the Week and Pac‐12 Player of the Week on defense after his performance in the 31‐24 win at No. 17 Utah ... finished that game with 16 total tackles, most by a Husky since the 2012 Fight Hunger Bowl ... four tackles in the Husky win at California ... was injured early in the USC game and will miss the remainder of the 2016 season.
2015: Played in all 13 games, starting 11 (all except vs. Oregon and at Oregon State) ... named honorable mention All‐Pac‐12 ... 10th in the Pac‐12 in total tackles ... started at linebacker in the season opener at Boise State, where he had a terrific game ... totaled 14 tackles (11 solo) and one tackle for loss vs. the Broncos ... also started against Sacramento State ... game‐high 12 tackles, including one for a loss, in a start against Utah State ... 12 total tackles, including one and a half for loss, vs. California ... had a team‐high 10 tackles, including two for a loss and half of a sack, in Washington's win over USC ... five tackles, one for a loss, vs. Oregon ... eight tackles at Stanford ... three tackles and a pass break‐up in the win over Arizona ... eight total tackles vs. Utah ... made nine tackles, all of them solo and including one TFL, and also batted down a pass, at Arizona State ... made three tackles and forced a fumble in the win at Oregon State ... made four tackles, recovered a fumble and took his first career interception back 27 yards for a touchdown in the Apple Cup win over Washington State ... made seven tackles, one sack, one and a half TFLs, a forced fumble and two pass break‐ups in the Heart of Dallas Bowl win over Southern Miss ... named the winner of the Earle T. Glant Tough Husky Award at the team's postseason awards banquet. Page 1
2014: Played in 10 of 14 games ... played vs. Hawai'i and Eastern Washington, but then missed three games ... returned at California, where he made one tackle ... also played at Oregon, vs. ASU and at Arizona ... had a tackle in the UCLA game and against Oregon State ... had two big special teams tackles in the Apple Cup win at Washington State.
2013: Did not see any game action as a true freshman, preserving a year of eligibility ... won the Huskies' Brian Stapp Special Teams Scout Squad MVP award.
HIGH SCHOOL: Named to the All‐Valle Vista League first team as a senior linebacker ... also earned second‐team all‐area from the San Gabriel Valley Tribune in 2012 ... attended Lynwood (Calif.) High as a sophomore and junior, playing defensive end and tight end ... rated the No. 62 outside linebacker prospect in the country and No. 86 overall player in California by rivals.com ... ranked the country's No. 106 outside linebacker recruit by scout.com ... played for coach Aaron Jamieson at Pomona.