Beau Hoge
Running Back 7
210 lbs.
Fort Thomas, 
Last School
Highlands High School
Roster Years


  • Hoge's father Merril is a former NFL running back and current analyst for ESPN

Before BYU

  • Three-star recruit by and 247Sports
  • Led Highlands High School to 13-2 record, No. 6 ranking in state and 2014 Kentucky Class 4A state championship, being named MVP
  • A 2014 Associated Press Kentucky High School All-State second team selection
  • Threw for 3,459 passing yards and 35 touchdown passes while rushing for 865 yards and 26 rushing scores in 2014
  • Rushed for 177 yards with three touchdowns and threw for 191 yards and two more scores on 14-of-22 passing in the title game
  • His 81-yard touchdown run in the third quarter, putting his team ahead 37-14 was the No. 1 overall play on ESPN's "SportsCenter" Top 10 plays of the day
  • Coached by Brian Weinrich
  • Recruited by Cincinnati, Miami (OH) and Ohio.
BYU Hall of Fame

Freshman Year 2015

  • Scored his first two career rushing touchdowns against Wagner, rushing for 47 yards on 12 carries. He also completed 8 of 11 passes for 117 yards and one passing TD for a 192.1 rating
  • Played in three games
  • Earned letterman honors as a freshman
Sophmore Year 2017

  • Played in three games, starting two
  • Started against Wisconsin and Utah State
  • Posted 257 passing yards and two touchdowns
  • Against Utah State, had 95 yards passing, two touchdowns and 25 yards rushing before leaving with an injury
Junior Year 2018

  • Played in three games
  • Posted six rushing yards on three attempts at Arizona
  • Between the LYnes web chat with cousin Tristen Hoge at Media Day 
Senior Year

Graduate Year

Redshirt Year

  • Split scout team quarterback duties
Medical Redshirt Year