Defensive Back 18
- Parents are George Hayes and Verteah Brown
- Born in Pasadena, Calif.
- Played at Oregon State from 2017-2020
- Prepped at San Gorgonio HS
- Played wide receiver, running back and quarterback
- Accounted for 3,139 passing yards with 30 touchdowns during his junior and senior seasons combined, also tallying 2,610 rushing yards with 34 TDs for 5,749 total yards of offense
- Led San Gorgonio to its first state title in 2016 with 135 yards passing and 131 yards rushing in the championship game
- 2015 San Andreas League Offensive MVP
BYU Hall of Fame
Junior Year 2021
- One of 26 on the team to play in all 13 games, started last 10 straight (beginning vs. South Florida).
- Led BYU in pass break-ups with 12.
- Pro Football Network Independent Defensive Back of the Year
- Phil Steele All-Independent First Team Defense
- Pro Football Network All-Independent First Team Defense
- Part of Pro Football Network All-Independent Defensive Secondary of the Year
- Recorded four pass break-ups at USC.
- Three pass break-ups against Utah State was the first the first three pass break-up game for a BYU player since Dayan Ghanwoluku did so at East Carolina in 2017.
- Recorded first tackles of his BYU career in 27-17 win over No. 19 Arizona State.
- Career-high five tackles at Baylor.
Senior Year 2022
Medical Redshirt Year
Kaleb Hayes gets 4th Down stop to clinch win at USC
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