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Brame , Antar L.
Antar Brame played high school football, basketball, track and baseball at Madison High School in Portland, Oregon. In football he was a First Team All-City selection as a defensive back and utility player. He was also First Team All-City as a guard on the basketball team. After his senior year he was a starting defensive back in the 4A State All-Star Game (Les Schwab Bowl.) He played junior college football at the College of the Siskiyous (Weed, California) for two years as a starter and an all-league selection as a slotback/kick returner and standout sprinter on the track team. He ran the 100-meters in 10.6. In 1998, he was voted California Junior College Player of the week for a game against Fresno City College in which he compiled 270 All-purpose yards. He was offered scholarships by Wyoming and Portland State University, but played for Western Oregon University in 2002 and 2003 where he was a stater at defensive back, punt return and kick return. His senior year he was selected Great Northwest Conference First Team defensive back, Kickoff Returner and Punt Returner. He led the conference in kickoff return average at 26.5 and punt return average at 13.3 and finished second in the conference with 9 passes defended. He was voted second team Defense as a Return Specialist All-West Region, Division II NCAA by Don Hansen's Football Gazette. He holds the Western Oregon career punt return average at 11.3. He worked out for the San Diego Chargers, but went unsigned.

In 2005, professional scouts timed him in 4.36 seconds in the 40-yard sprint. The same year he began his professional indoor football career as a starting defensive back for the Tri-Cities Fever indoor professional team that won the league championship (NIFL.) He completed his rookie season with 61 tackles, 19 pass breakups, 1 interception and 1 fumble recovery. For his second professional season in 2006 he once again started at defensive back for the Fever, served as a co-captain, recorded 8 interceptions, 10 pass breakups, 56 tackles and averaged 17.3 yards per kickoff return. In 2007, he was a starting defensive back/kick returner and assistant coach for defensive backs with the expansion Alaska Wild of the Intense Football League. He missed 6 games due to injury and started 8 games averaging 20.2 yards per kick return with a long of 53 yards, 51.5 tackles, 1 fumble recovery, 1 sack, 1 interception for 18 yards and 12 pass breakups. In 2008, he was a starting defensive back and team captain for the 11 and 4 Arizona Adrenaline of the American Indoor Football Association. He led the team with (9) interceptions, (19) pass break-ups and (50) tackles. Also in 2008, he signed a two-day tryout contract with the Los Angeles Avengers of the Arena Football League.
In 2009, he signed to play for the Utah Valley Thunder of the American Indoor Football Association. He completed the 2009 season with a team leading (6) interceptions for (70) yards and (1) TD, (20) pass breakups, and (38) tackles.
During the 2010 season he was a team co-captain and starting defensive back for the American Indoor Football Association's Wyoming Cavalry. The team was the Western Conference Champion and lost the league title game to the Baltimore Mariners. Antar started all 13 games played and compiled 3 interceptions, 20 pass breakups, 2 tackles for losss (5 yds), 2 forced fumbles for 65 yds with one forced fumble returned for a 47 yard touchdown. In 2011, Antar started all (9) games for which he was eligible playing safety and corner for the Wyoming Cavalry of the Indoor Football League. He recorded (34.5) tackles (23 solo, 11.5 assists), (1) interception, (6) pass break ups, and (1) fumble recover for 25-yard return. The team won (9) and loss (5)regular season with (1) playoff loss.
In 2014, Antar was inducted by the Portland Interscholastic League Hall of Fame.