Chile Duck's
Duck Depth Chart
Pre-Spring.
2010 Recruiting Class

 
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47 Kiko Alonso
6-4 225 So. LB

Los Gatos, Calif.
(Los Gatos HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2009 Oregon's primary reserve at middle linebacker ... Appeared in 11 games making 15 tackles (1 TFL) and forcing one fumble ... One of Oregon's top special teams players ... Played 10 or more snaps in eight of 12 games.

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 5 Remene Alston Jr.
5-8 207 Sr. RB

Greensboro, N.C.
(Page HS)

Redshirt year: 2006

2009 Made his season debut against California, coming off the bench to rush for 42 yards and one touchdown on six carries . . . Added a season-high 59 yards and another score the following week vs. Washington State . . . Team's fifth-leading rusher has run for 133 yards and two touchdowns in five games.

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93 Anthony Anderson
6-5 206 RFr. DT

Spring Valley, Calif.
(Helix HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2009 Redshirt season ... Winner of the defensive scout team award at team's postseason banquet.

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94 Keaton Arden
6-5 205 RFr. DE

Piedmont, Calif.
(Piedmont HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

HIGH SCHOOL Named one of the top-20 players in the Bay Area (No. 9) in The Contra Costa Times ‘Cream of the Crop’ ... Played wide receiver and linebacker under head coach Kurt Bryan at Piedmont High School of the Bay Shore League ... Had 31 tackles in his junior season ... The Highlanders posted an 8-3 record his senior season, winning five straight games to finish the regular season before losing to Fortuna in the first round of the state playoffs ... Piedmont coaches Bryan and Steve Humphries invented the A-11 offense .. Also played lacrosse at Piedmont for head coach Kevin Kelly.  

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78 Karrington Armstrong
6-2 284 RFr. OL

Reno, Nev.
(McQueen HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

HIGH SCHOOL A 2007 all-state selection at offensive guard ... Played offensive and defensive line for head coach Ken Dalton at McQueen High School of the Northern - High Desert League ... A three-star recruit according to both Rivals.com and Scout.com ... Ranked as the No. 48 offensive guard in the nation by Rivals.com and the No. 66 defensive tackle by Scout.com ... Team posted a flawless 14-0 record and won the state championship by defeating Palo Verde (Las Vegas) 13-12 at the University of Nevada’s Mackay Stadium ... Armstrong had four tackles in the contest ... The Lancers outscored their opponents 579-100 on the season, including five shutouts (one in the playoffs) ... Also a state champion heavyweight wrestler in his junior season coach Jeremy Mumm.  

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79 Mark Asper
6-7 323 Jr. OL

Idaho Falls, Idaho
(Bonneville HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

2009 Oregon's starting right guard in 11 of 12 games ... Did not start against USC due to injury but still played 39 snaps ... Was in on 70 or more plays in six of 12 games ... Recorded 54 pancake blocks, just behind Jordan Holmes' team-high 55.

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88 Brandon Bair
6-7 266 Sr. DT

St. Anthony, Idaho
(South Fremont HS)

Redshirt year: 2006

2009 Oregon's top tackler among its defensive linemen, accumulated what was then a collegiate-best five tackles in the season opener at Boise State before adding four against Purdue and three vs. Utah ... Also altered a punt in the second quarter against the Utes, earning team special teams player of the week honors . . . But that was no match for his personal-high 10 tackles at Stanford, which included one TFL for 1 yard . . . The honorable mention all-conference pick shared Ducks' top honors with seven stops at Washington, including a pair of tackles for losses of 10 yards . . . Team's eighth-best tackle has recorded 43 tackles through 12 games, in addition to ranking second on the team with 7.5 TFLs and breaking up two passes.

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65 Lance Barker
6-1 265 So. OL

Anaheim, Calif.
(Lutheran HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

HIGH SCHOOL Barker and the Lancers took home the Division II California State Football Championship in 2006 … Team ended 2007 season ranked No. 1 in Orange County, No. 5 in California and No. 33 in the nation after compiling a 10-2 overall record and winning the Trinity League Championship.

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24 Kenjon Barner
5-11 180 So. RB

Riverside, Calif.
(Notre Dame HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2009 The Pac-10's all-conference honorable mention choice saved his best for last, exploding for 420 all-purpose yards over his last two games, to set a single-season school record with 1,020 yards in kickoff returns . . . Accumulated what was then a season-high 193 all-purpose yards in the regular-season finale vs. Oregon State before racking up 227 yards in the Rose Bowl . . . Included was a season-high 160 yards on eight kickoff returns against the Beavers before running for a collegiate-best 64 yards vs. Ohio State. . . Finished ninth on school's one-season all-purpose yards chart (1,553) . . . Yet it was his 5-yard run on fourth down late in the game which secured the Civil War win . . . Oregon's third-leading rusher (366 yards) ran for 33 yards against the Beavers . .

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93 Rob Beard
6-1 220 So. PK

Fullerton, Calif.
(Troy HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2009 Oregon's kick-off specialist in his freshman season ... Attempted one field goal (51 yards) against UCLA, which was blocked ... Made 83 kickoffs in the regular season, averaging 42.5 yards net with 10 touchbacks.

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71 Everett Benyard
6-7 326 RFr. OL

San Diego, Calif.
(Cathedral Catholic HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 Union-Tribune All-San Diego First-Team Offense selection .... Played on the offensive line for head coach Sean Doyle at Cathedral High School of the Eastern League ... Two-time Eastern League First-Team ... Named a three-star recruit by both Scout.com and Rivals.com ... Ranked the No. 32 and No. 69 offensive tackle by Scout.com and Rivals.com, respectively ... Team went 14-0 his senior season and defeated St. Mary’s (Stockton, Calif.) 37-34 in the Division II state football championship game held at the Home Depot Center in Carson, Calif. ... Benyard opened holes for teammate and four-star RB/FB prospect, Tyler Gaffney, who scampered for 329 yards and five touchdowns in the state title game ..

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20 John Boyett
5-10 190 So. FS

Napa, Calif.
(Napa HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2009 If there has ever been a player who has made the most of his opportunity it would be the redshirt freshman,  who became the school's first freshman to lead the Ducks in tackles since the defensive records were first consistently accumulated in 1969 . . . Since filling in remarkably for the injured T.J. Ward at free safety for six games, he ranked among the team 's top three tacklers in seven of its last nine outings while earning 10 starts . . . He completed his first season with a team-high 90 stops, parlaying his efforts into being named first-team freshman All-America (CollegeFootballNews.com and Phil Steele Publications) . .

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38 Tyler Briffett
5-11 190 So. LB

Quincy, Mass.
(Sheldon HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

HIGH SCHOOL After moving from Massachusetts, spent senior year locally at Sheldon High School as an all-around athlete ... Recorded 60 tackles, six sacks, one interception, three forced fumbles, and one fumble recovery after converting from quarterback to defensive end ... Also saw time at safety for the Irish ... Named most inspirational player ... Team was 6A State Champions ... Earned four letters at Boston College High School in Dorchester, Mass., playing football and lacrosse ... Listed by the Elite 11 as a player to watch.

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75 Jamaal Burrell
6-4 290 RFr. OL

Fontana, Calif.
(Dominguez HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

HIGH SCHOOL A 2008 All-L.A. Wave Newspapers First-Team Offense selection ... Played offensive and defensive tackle for head coach Willie Donerson at Dominquez HS of the San Gabriel Valley League ... Named a two star recruit by Scout.com and a three star player by Rivals.com ... Played in a running offense as the Dons posted 2,039 yards on the ground in 2008 as opposed to just 393 yards passing ... Started high school career at Summit HS (Fontana, Calif.).  

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92 Ben Butterfield
6-1 175 RFr. WR

Sherwood, Ore.
(Sherwood HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

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 8 Brian Butterfield
6-1 187 Sr. CB

Sherwood, Ore.
(Sherwood HS)

Redshirt year: 2006

2009 One of Oregon's top special teams players, he appeared in each game in his junior season ... Played a season-high 20 snaps against Cal ... Recorded 11 tackles during the regular season.

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15 Blake Cantu
6-1 193 RFr. WR

Southlake, Tex.
(Southlake Carroll HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

HIGH SCHOOL The PrepStar all-Midlands Region choice ranked as 92nd-best player in the country at his position by Rivals.com … Was chosen first-team all-state as well as all-District 5A Super Team pick following his junior year, and a 6-5A Sophomore of the Year in 2005 … Credited with 70 catches for 877 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior after hauling in 80 passes for 1,283 yards and 14 scores in 2006 … Completed his prep career accumulating 179 receptions for 2,749 yards and 27 touchdowns over the course of his final three seasons … Selected to play in the UnderArmour All-America Game in Orlando, Fla., following the conclusion of his senior season.

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76 Charlie Carmichael
6-4 295 Jr. OL

Sherman Oaks, Calif.
(Notre Dame HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

2008 Squad member, worked primarily on the scout team.

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60 Ryan Clanton
6-4 300 Jr. OL

Bakersfield, Calif.
(City College of San Francisco)
(Bakersfield Christian HS)

Redshirt available

A winter term enrollee, will be with the Ducks for spring practices - Played for head coach George Rush at CCSF, the same JC program that produced notable Ducks Jeremiah Masoli, Blake Ferras and Matthew Harper - Played both guard and tackle and was a junior college all-American for the 9-1 Rams in 2009 - Prepped at Bakersfield Christian High School, winners of the CIF Central Section Division V state title in 2007 - BCHS rushed for 2,925 yards in Clanton's senior season and scored an amazing 55 touchdowns on the ground as the Eagles went 11-2 en route to the state championship ... One of 23 junior college players to receive a four-star ranking by Scout.com - Also earned a four-star rating from Rivals.com and was ranked the No. 31 junior college player in the country.

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99 Zac Clark
6-2 268 Sr. DT

Wichita, Kan.
(Butler County C.C.)
(Wichita North HS)

Redshirt available

One of four JC transfers to participate in spring practice, has supplied needed depth as the season wears on . . . Posted a season-high five tackles vs. Arizona State . . . Credited with 17 tackles and one TFL in 10 games, including a tackle for loss in the opener at Boise State, and blocked a PAT in a two-point win over Purdue.

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46 Michael Clay
5-11 209 So. LB

San Jose, Calif.
(Bellarmine HS)

Redshirt available

2009 Forced coaches to take a look at him as one of team's long snappers, but has since made his way onto the field as a reserve linebacker . . . One of the Ducks' three true freshmen to experience game action, was the recipient of the team's Len Casanova Award  as the first year player who best exemplifies ideals of competitiveness, team inspiration and outstanding performance . . . Snaps for all of Oregon's punting situations in addition to accumulating 30 tackles, including one quarterback sack (8 yards) . . . Team's co-leader with five tackles vs. Washington State, accumulated four stops the following week at UCLA, as well as at Arizona..

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61 Nick Cody
6-5 285 So. OL

Brush Prairie, Wash.
(Hockinson HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2009 Made his starting debut for the Ducks against UCLA at right tackle ... Played season-high 58 snaps against Washington State ... Named a Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention.

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30 Nick Cole
6-3 187 RFr. WR

Concord, Calif.
(Clayton Valley HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

HIGH SCHOOL An ESPN Rise California All-State Selection (Defense - DB) ... Played wide receiver and safety for head coach Herc Pardi at Clayton Valley High School of the Diablo Valley League ... Caught 46 passes for 990 yards (21.5 avg) and 12 touchdowns as a senior ... Two best games came in playoffs as he tallied 170 yards (season-high) and one touchdown on six catches in the first round against Casa Grande and seven catches for 128 yards and three touchdowns (season-high) in the second round against Las Lomas HS ... Had one interception and one fumble recovery on defense in CVHS’ 17-7 loss to Cardinal Newman in the NCS Division II Championship on Dec. 13 ... 2008 GoldenStatePreps All-Northern California Second-Team Defense (DB).  

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 7 Nate Costa
6-1 219 Sr. QB

Hilmar, Calif.
(Hilmar HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

2009 Transformed his starting debut at quarterback into a success, completing nine of 17 passes for 82 yards in a 24-10 win at UCLA . . . Included was his first touchdown pass as a collegian, thanks to a 20-yard third-quarter scoring strike to Jeff Maehl . . . Contribution the following game at Washington included running for a two-point conversion as well as picking up 7 yards on a fake field goal for a first down . . . Experienced his most extensive playing time prior to his first start while entering the game against Washington State late in the second quarter and engineering 17 points in a resounding win . . . Completed seven of nine passes for 80 yards while rushing for 26 more and one touchdown . .

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10 D.J. Davis
6-1 205 Sr. WR

Denver, Colo.
(Montbello HS)

Redshirt available

2009 The eight-game starter developed into a clutch receiver, latching onto passes in his last 10 appearances . . . The team's fourth-leading receiver grabbed a single-game high four passes for 45 yards and one score at Washington before responding with three grabs for 31 yards against USC . . . Added three catches for 34 yards against California in his debut in the starting lineup before returning the following week vs. Washington State to claim two receptions for 21 yards . . . Also included a 21-yard scoring reception at Stanford among his two grabs for 25 yards . . . Accumulated 23 catches for 233 yards and two scores in 2009.

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94 Garrett Davis
5-11 178 RFr. WR

Medford, Ore.
(Eagle Point HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

HIGH SCHOOL A four sport standout in high school, lettered three times in football, wrestling and baseball while lettering once in track ... Lined up at wide receiver and defensive back for head coach Jake Schauffler meriting All-State honors twice ... Recorded 100 catches for 1,100 yards and 11 touchdowns his senior year ... Placed third in the wrestling state championships ... Was an all-conference selection in the Southern Sky Conference for baseball where he led the Eagles at shortstop and centerfield ... Also ran track, earning sixth place in the state in the 100 meters..

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86 Chris DiVincenzo
6-5 210 Sr. DE

Porter Ranch, Calif.
(Notre Dame HS)

Redshirt year: 2006

2008 Rejoined the Ducks as a squad member, regaining his walk-on spot during fall tryouts … Member of the scout team.

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38 Sam Doman
6-4 220 Sr. TE

Canby, Ore.
(BYU)
(Canby HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

BEFORE OREGON Spent one year on scholarship at BYU after a church mission in the Dominican Republic and was on the sidelines for the Cougars’ Las Vegas Bowl victory against the Ducks in 2006 ... The second-team all-Pac-9 quarterback and defensive back helped Canby claim back-to-back league titles ... A two-star prospect according to Scout.com, he passed for 1,100 yards and ran for 600 more as a senior.

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15 Mikey Dosen
5-11 182 RFr. DB

Pittsburg, Calif.
(De La Salle HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

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91 Dane Ebanez
5-9 177 RFr. WR

North Pole, Alaska
(North Pole HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

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64 Max Forer
6-3 267 Sr. OL

Santa Monica, Calif.
(Santa Monica HS)

Redshirt year: 2006

2009 Appeared in three games as a reserve offensive lineman ... Played a season-high 10 snaps against Washington State.

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57 Trevor Fox
6-5 271 RFr. OL

Temecula, Calif.
(Chaparral HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

HIGH SCHOOL Played offensive guard and tackle for head coach Tom Leach at Chaparral of the Southwestern League ... All-SWL First-Team Offense ... All-CIF ... All-Riverside County ... Second-Team All-California ... Named the No. 79 player in the Far West Region (Calif., Nev., Hawaii) by Superprep Magazine ... Ranked as the No. 73 guard in the nation by Rivals.com and the No. 35 OG by Scout.com ... Named a three star recruit by both major recruiting services ... Team advanced to the Inland title game in his senior season but fell to Centennial (Corona, Calif.) ... Will join former teammate, Talmadge Jackson III on the Ducks’ roster ... Chaparral rushed for 3,081 yards (220.1 yds/g) and passed for 1,917 yards in 2008, averaging 34.9 points per game.  

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56 Justin Fritz
6-3 277 Sr. OL

Sublimity, Ore.
(Weber State)
(Regis HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

BEFORE OREGON Began his college career at FCS school Weber State ... Played on both sides of the line at Regis, earning first-team all-state honors as a junior and senior ... Was named the 2A Lineman of the Year as a senior ... Lettered four times in football and once each in golf and track. ... Scored three two-point conversions during his prep career.

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 4 Tyrece Gaines
6-3 208 Jr. WR

Lawrenceville, Ga.
(Butler County C.C.)
(Norcross HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2009 Attempting to redshirt in his first season with the Ducks ... Named scout team offensive player of the week for his contributions in practice leading up to the Washington victory.

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18 Anthony Gildon
6-1 175 Jr. CB

Simi Valley, Calif.
(Oaks Christian HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2009 Made his starting debut at cornerback at UCLA, posting three tackles.

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70 Ramsen Golpashin
6-4 280 Jr. OL

Saugus, Calif.
(Saugus HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

2008 Saw first collegiate action vs. Utah State … Special teams scout team player of the week leading up to win vs. Arizona.

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28 Scott Grady
5-11 180 So. DB

Tigard, Ore.
(Tigard HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2009 Appeared in six games, primarily on special teams ... Played season-high 12 snaps against Arizona State ... Credit with one punt return in the regular season.

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63 Mana Greig
5-11 292 RFr. OL

Kailua, Hawaii
(St. Louis HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

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14 Dustin Haines
6-3 210 RFr. QB

Eugene, Ore.
(South Eugene HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

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44 Brandon Hanna
6-2 226 Jr. LB

Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
(Lake City HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

2009 Appeared in five regular season games, including season-high seven snaps at Arizona ... Recorded three tackles while playing mostly on special teams.

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87 Brian Harris
6-1 185 RFr. WR

Lancaster, Calif.
(Eastside HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

HIGH SCHOOL Lined up at wide receiver for the Lions compiling twelve catches for 165 yards and a touchdown in a four game stretch during his senior season...The three sport standout also lettered in Track and Basketball posting career bests in both the 100 and 200 meter sprints of 10.9 and 22.2 seconds respectively and amassing 104 pts while shooting 43% from the field in 16 games.

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 3 Cliff Harris
5-11 160 So. CB

Fresno, Calif.
(Edison HS)

Redshirt available

2009 Injuries in the defensive secondary necessitatated a change in redshirt plans as he made his collegiate debut in the sixth game of the year at UCLA . . . Was credited with one unassisted tackle and one pass broken up in his opening appearance . . . Responded the next game to post five stops at Washington, in addition to breaking up a pair of passes and halting a Husky scoring drive with an interception in the end zone, before posting a season-high six tackles at Arizona . . . Responded to his first of two starting assignments with a pair of tackles and one pass break-up vs. Arizona State . . . In only eight appearances, tallied 12 unassisted stops among his 19 tackles, in addition to leading the team with eight passes broken up . .

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66 Taylor Hart
6-6 262 RFr. DE

Tualatin, Ore.
(Tualatin HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

HIGH SCHOOL A first-team all-state selection on both offense (tackle) and defense (end) ... Hart played for head coach Craig Hastin at Tualatin, of the 6A Pacific League ... A Tacoma News Tribune Northwest 100 selection ... A Tacoma News Tribune ‘Northwest Nuggets’ Honorable Mention ... Ranked as the No. 26 defensive end in that nation according Rivals.com and ranked the No. 45 DE and No. 27 overall player in the Northwest Hot 100 by Scout.com ... Named a three star recruit by both recruiting services ... The No. 1 player in the state of Oregon according to Superprep Magazine ... Lost to Beaverton in the second round of the state playoffs this season after defeating Beaverton in the regular season ... Father is a UO graduate ..

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16 Daryle Hawkins
6-4 196 RFr. QB

Omaha, Neb.
(Omaha Central HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

HIGH SCHOOL Played for head coach Jay Ball at Omaha Central High School of the A District 3 League ... Lined up at wide receiver for the Eagles in his junior season as the team took home the Nebraska Class A state championship ... Named the starting quarterback to begin his senior season but injured his collarbone in the second game ... Returned to the line-up for final two games ... Had 540 yards of total offense in the 3+ games he played in 2008 ... Team went 2-1 with him in the line-up, 0-6 without ... A prolific track competitor in high school ... Took home a state title in the triple jump, second in the state in long jump ... Had the fastest prelim time in the 110m hurdles but rolled ankle before the finals and still took third ... Metro-Conference 110m and 110m hurdles champion ..

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98 Justin Hoffman
6-1 203 So. WR

Eugene, Ore.
(Churchill HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

HIGH SCHOOL Played wide receiver and outside linebacker for head coach Darrehl Mehl at Churchill High School in Eugene … Earned four-letters in football and baseball … Played catcher on the baseball team … Led the Lancers to the Midwestern League championship in 2007.  

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54 Jordan Holmes
6-5 285 Sr. OL

Yuba City, Calif.
(Yuba City HS)

Redshirt year: 2006

2009 Ducks' starting center in each game of his junior season ... Played 70 or more snaps in nine of Oregon's 12 regular season games ... Earned offense player of the week honors from coaching staff following Arizona State win ... Named Pac-10 All-Academic ... Earned team's "Pancake Club" award at postseason banquet ... Credited with a team-high 55 pancake blocks.

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33 Tyrell Irvin
6-2 212 Sr. DE

Denver, Colo.
(Mt. San Antonio C.C.)
(Aurora HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

2009 Credited with solo tackles against Utah, Washington State, UCLA, Washington and Stanford, to go along with his quarterback sack against the Cougars . . . Also recovered a blocked punt in the end zone for a touchdown at Washington, in addition to forcing a fumble against the Cougars.

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37 Talmadge Jackson III
5-10 182 Sr. CB

Murrieta, Calif.
(Chaparral HS)

Redshirt available

2009 Team's seventh-leading tackler (46) accumulated six tackles at UCLA but struck a defining blow with his second interception in as many weeks . . . Returned his pick for a 32-yard touchdown . . . Leads the Ducks in interceptions with four (tied for 4th in the Pac-10) in addition to tying for sixth in the league in passes defended (0.8 avg.) . . . Has developed the knack for making the big play at the right time, with his fourth-quarter pick in the end zone at Arizona supplying Oregon with the opportunity to drive for a tying score in the final 3 minutes of a double-overtime win . . . Missed most of the win at Washington with a back ailment before returning the following week to face USC . . . Secured a new personal best with seven stops vs

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12 Brian Jackson
5-10 192 RFr. DB

Hoover, Ala.
(Hoover HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

HIGH SCHOOL Played for head coach Josh Niblett at Hoover High School of the 6A Region Six League ... Jackson had 161 tackles and three interceptions in his senior season and was named Alabama Sports Writers Association First-Team All-State as a defensive back and All-Metro First-Team as a safety ... Ranked the No. 85 safety in nation by Rivals.com and the No. 71 cornerback by Scout.com ... Named a three-star recruit by both services ... Team advanced to the state championship game but lost to Prattville 16-13 to finish with a 13-2 record on the season.  

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85 Diante Jackson
6-2 200 RFr. WR

Walnut Creek, Calif.
(Las Lomas HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

HIGH SCHOOL One of the top-20 players in the Bay Area (No. 1) in The Contra Costa Times ‘Cream of the Crop’ ... A Tacoma News Tribune Northwest 100 selection ... Played both wide receiver and safety for head coach Doug Longero at Las Lomas High School of the Diablo Foothill League ... Grabbed 61 passes for 1,021 yards and 16 touchdowns as a senior ... Had 65 catches for 1,283 yards and 19 TDs as a junior ... The No. 32 player in the Far West Region (Calif., Nev., Hawaii) according to Superprep Magazine ... 2008 GoldenStatePreps All-Northern California First-Team Offense ... Ranked the No. 47 wide receiver in the nation according to Rivals.com, the No. 37 wideout by Scout.com ... A four-star recruit by both recruiting services, Scout and Rivals ..

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21 LaMichael James
5-9 180 So. RB

Texarkana, Texas
(Liberty-Eylau HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2009 Few players have ever made the impact in their initial campaign at Oregon as the Pac-10's Offensive Freshman of the Year as evidenced by him becoming the school's first freshman on record to earn the team's Most Outstanding Player accolades . . . The second-team all-conference choice and first-team Freshman All-American (CollegeFootballNews.com) ranked ninth in the country in rushing (118.9 avg.) as the nation's third-leading freshman . . . Also selected national Freshman Performer of the Year by the College Football Performance Awards . . . The Ducks' first freshman to ever eclipse 1,000 rushing yards in a single season (1,546 yds.) eclipsed the Pacific-10 Conference's freshman one-season rushing record with 166 yards in last regular-season outing vs. Oregon State. .

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 1 Marvin Johnson
5-11 200 Sr. ROV

Compton, Calif.
(Dominquez HS)

Redshirt year: 2006

2009 Given the Wilson Award for most outstanding special teams player at team's postseason awards banquet ... Tallied 24 tackles while playing in all 12 games ... Role increased after the season-ending knee injuries to Walter Thurmond and Willie Glasper . . . Assumed team's nickel-back responsibility, accumulating a trio of tackles against California, Washington State, UCLA and USC . . . His effort at Stanford produced a season-high five stops ... Played season-high 48 snaps at Washington.

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82 Dion Jordan
6-7 223 So. TE

Chandler, Ariz.
(Chandler HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

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56 Josh Kaddu
6-3 217 Jr. LB

Vacaville, Calif.
(Vacaville)

Redshirt available

2009 Accumulated 21 tackles in seven appearances, with four tackles for loss and one sack . . . Made his debut in the starting lineup against Utah, posting four tackles against the Utes . . . Increased his playing time with each game before a foot injury that forced him to the sidelines for the rest of the regular season prior to the USC game ... Played at least 20 snaps in each of the seven games he appeared in with a season-high 54 plays against both Utah and Purdue.

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68 C.E. Kaiser
6-4 300 Sr. OL

Veradale, Wash.
(Central Valley HS)

Redshirt year: 2006

2009 Oregon's starting right tackle in 11 of 12 games in his junior season ... Did not start at UCLA due to injury but still played 50 snaps ... Played 70 or more snaps in six games this season, including four of the last five ... Credited with 35 pancake blocks in 2009.

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57 Keloni Kamalani
5-11 205 RFr. LB

Kihei, Hawaii
(Kamehameha Maui HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

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92 Wade Keliikipi
6-2 282 RFr. DT

Waianae, Hawaii
(Waianae HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

HIGH SCHOOL Named Hawaii’s top DT prospect in 2009 by Superprep Magazine and the No. 59 recruit overall in the West Region ... Played for head coach Danny Matsumoto at Wai’anae High School of the Oahu Red-West League ... Two star recruit by scout.com ... Ranked the No. 70 defensive tackle and the No. 20 player overall in the Northwest Hot 100 by Scout.com ... Two star recruit by Rivals.com ... Team posted a 5-6 overall record in 2008 and 9-4 in 2007 ... Team nicknamed the Seariders.  

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14 Javes Lewis
6-1 185 Jr. ROV

Tustin, Calif.
(Tustin HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

2009 Consistency has been one of the themes for the first-year starter as Oregon's second-leading tackler (77) has averaged 6.4 tackles per game to rank 11th in the Pac-10 . . . Broke into the starting lineup with a career-high nine tackles at Boise State, and equaled that effort (including 7 unassisted) at UCLA . . . Yet bettered those marks sharing a game-high 12 tackles at Stanford . . . Also shared team's top honors with seven stops at Washington, in addition to picking off one pass and breaking up another . . . Started the Ducks' first seven games at rover before shifting to cornerback for two appearances . . . Returned to his familiar safety outpost vs. Arizona State . . . Added six stops (and one tackle of loss) the second week of the season vs. Purdue . .

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26 Malachi Lewis
6-4 215 Sr. TE

Oxnard, Calif.
(Rio Mesa HS)

Redshirt available

2009 Came off the bench to catch one pass for 26 yards against California before returning the next week to add one reception for four yards vs. WSU.

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43 Bryson Littlejohn
6-1 227 Sr. LB

Elk Grove, Calif.
(Sierra C.C.)
(Laguna Creek HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

2009 Made first collegiate start against Stanford at strongside linebacker … Accumulated nine tackles in the regular season, while playing linebacker and on special teams … Appeared in the first ten games of the season before being sidelined due to injury … Saw the field for at least 20 plays eight times and played 30 or more snaps on four occasions … One of four junior college transfers to enroll early and participate in spring practices.

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25 Bo Lokombo
6-3 224 RFr. LB

Abbotsford, B.C.
(W.J. Mouat HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

HIGH SCHOOL Received votes in the 2009 ‘Best in the West’ by the Long Beach Press-Telegram ... A Tacoma News Tribune ‘Northwest Nuggets’ Honorable Mention ... A Tacoma News Tribune Northwest 100 selection ... Made 47 tackles with four interceptions as a senior at W.J. Mouat Secondary ... Named a four-star recruit and the No. 10 middle linebacker prospect in the nation and the No. 5 player overall in the Northwest Hot 100 by Scout.com and a three-star recruit and No. 27 outside linebacker by Rivals.com ... The top Canadian recruit according to Superprep Magazine ... Also played wide receiver and running back in high school ... Ran for 1556 yards on 107 carries (14.54 avg/c) and 22 touchdowns and caught 37 passes for 728 yards in senior season ..

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37 Craig Loper
5-11 197 RFr. RB

Eugene, Ore.
(Willamette HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

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84 Ned Lyon
6-1 190 RFr. LS

Newport Beach, Calif.
(Newport Harbor HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

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23 Jeff Maehl
6-1 175 Sr. WR

Paradise, Calif.
(Paradise HS)

Redshirt available

2009 The Ducks' receiving leader (53 catches, 696 yards) finished the regular season with a flurry, accumulating five of his six touchdown catches in the final month of the season, as well as hauling in passes for over 100 yards in each of his last two appearances of the regular season . . . Collected a personal best of 12 receptions and two touchdowns at Arizona while tallying 138 receiving yards against Oregon State . . . Extended his string of consecutive games with at least one catch to 21, yet was held to one catch for 10 yards in the Rose Bowl . . .  The honorable mention all-conference pick also chosen by coaches as Duane Cargill Award recipient as team's impact player . .

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32 J.R. Maffie
5-11 180 RFr. DB

Diamond Bar, Calif.
(Bishop Amat HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

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 8 Jeremiah Masoli
5-11 220 Sr. QB

San Francisco, Calif.
(City College of San Francisco)
(St. Louis
(Hawaii) HS)

Redshirt available

2009 For the second straight year, elevated his play in the latter stages of the season to lead his team to a high-profile bowl game – this time the “Granddaddy of Them All” … Scored the go-ahead touchdown in the third quarter of the Rose Bowl against Ohio State and had the Ducks positioned in the Red Zone ready to add to their lead before an Oregon turnover turned the tide in favor of the Buckeyes … His performances down the stretch at Arizona and vs. Oregon State were reminiscent of some of the school's best comebacks in recent memory … Maintaining the persona of a linebacker, brought the Ducks back from a 10-point deficit early in the fourth quarter in Tucson, Ariz

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55 Casey Matthews
6-2 235 Sr. LB

Agoura Hills, Calif.
(Oaks Christian HS)

Redshirt available

2009 One of Oregon's leading tacklers tied for the Pac-10 lead in stops following the first three games before a balanced effort led to three different players sharing team's top honors over the next three games . . . Finishing the season tied as the Ducks' second-leading tackler (81), the Pac-10's second-team all-conference pick shared runner-up honors with seven tackles vs. USC after leading the team in stops in each of its first two games vs. Boise State and Purdue . . . Tallied a career single-game best 12 tackles (seven unassisted) against Purdue and shared team lead with eight tackles vs. Arizona State . . . Posted double-digit stops in each of his first two games of the year before completing the year with nine stops in the finale against Ohio State . .

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97 Andy McIntyre
6-2 225 RFr. DE

Portland, Ore.
(Cleveland HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

HIGH SCHOOL Played both running back and linebacker for Cleveland HS under head coaches Todd Pasche and Gary Sletmoe ... First-team all-Portland Interscholastic League (PIL) linebacker for the Warriors ... Co-defensive 5A PIL player of the year his senior year ... Second-team all-PIL running back ... Participated in the Les Schwab Bowl, 6A/5A all-star football game, in 2009 as a linebacker ... Three-year letterwinner in baseball for head coach Casey Dyer as an outfielder ... First-team all-PIL all three years at Cleveland ... Second-team all-state designated hitter twice ... Helped lead the Warriors to a 16-6 record his senior year ... Honorable mention all-state outfielder.

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90 Will Murphy
6-2 176 So. WR

Albany, Ore.
(West Albany HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2009 Made two catches for 42 yards in the Spring Game, including a 33-yarder for the victorious Green squad.

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62 Nick Musgrove
6-1 224 Jr. DE

Eugene, Ore.
(Churchill HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

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59 Jeff Palmer
5-10 202 So. LS

Dana Point, Calif.
(Santa Margarita HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

HIGH SCHOOL A four-year letterwinner in football … Team was a Pac-5 semifinalist in 2007 … Intercepted Mater Dei HS QB Matt Barkley in a HS win.

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31 Avery Patterson
5-10 178 RFr. CB

Pittsburg, Calif.
(Pittsburg HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

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51 Steven Patterson
6-1 204 RFr. LS

Burley, Idaho
(Burley HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

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42 David Paulson
6-4 233 Jr. TE

Auburn, Wash.
(Riverside HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

2009 Has emerged as a dependable option coming off the bench and one of the Ducks' most improved contributors from a year ago, both as a receiver as well as from the line of scrimmage . . . Added a personal single-game high three catches for 20 yards vs. Washington State . . . Yet few catches may have been any bigger than his lone grab (10 yards) at UCLA . . . Latched onto the football near the Oregon sidelines to keep a drive alive that resulted in an Oregon touchdown drive . . . In fact the season has been epitomized by his big grabs as 11 of his 12 grabs have resulted in first downs, while 11 of his receptions have contributed to Oregon scoring drives . . . His season-best 59 receiving yards at Washington incuded a 32-yard grab . .

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35 Spencer Paysinger
6-3 226 Sr. LB

Los Angeles, Calif.
(Beverly Hills HS)

Redshirt year: 2006

2009 Paced the Ducks with a season-high 10 tackles (7 unassisted) against Utah, in addition to breaking up two passes, to be named team's defensive player-of-the-game . . . Also shared team-lead with eight stops vs. both Arizona State and Arizona . . . Included was a TFL and seven solo tackles in Tucson . . . Finishing the year tied as the team's second-leading tackler (81), also recorded a tackle for loss and recovered one fumble in the season opener at Boise State . . . Credited with nine tackles at Stanford, in addition to recovering one fumble and breaking up one pass, and included 1.5 TFLs among his nine stops in the Rose Bowl loss . . . Posted TFLs in consecutive appearances vs. Washington and USC . . . Four tackles vs

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 7 Chad Peppars
5-10 179 Sr. DB

Los Angeles, Calif.
(Loyola HS)

Redshirt year: 2006

2009 A reserve corner in his junior season ... Played season-high 29 snaps at Washington ... Accumulated three tackles and two pass break-ups in seven games played.

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11 Eddie Pleasant
5-11 207 Jr. LB

La Palma, Calif.
(Kennedy HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

2009 Made a career-high nine tackles and recovered a fumble at Boise State, before adding six stops (5 unassisted) against Washington . . . Contributed six stops in latest appearance at Arizona - all unassisted - including two quarterback sacks for losses of nine yards . . . Picked off his first collegiate interception vs. Utah, returning it 17 yards . . . Team's sixth-leading tackler (50) added 4 stops opposing Washington State and leads Oregon with three fumble recoveries (tying for 14th in the country) . . . His latest turnover resulted in team's lone offensive touchdown in win at UCLA . . . Ranks second on the team with 4.5 QB sacks (13th in the Pac-10), and is third with seven TFLs . . . Played less than full strength at Stanford, yet still credited with five stops in a reserve role

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13 Tyrone Radford
6-1 198 RFr. CB

Oakland, Calif.
(Castlemont HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

HIGH SCHOOL Lined up at wide receiver and strong safety during his two years in the Castlemont HS football program under James Barnes ... Had four catches for 76 yards and two touchdowns his senior year ... Was credited for 60 total tackles while tallying three interceptions and 14 pass deflections as a senior...Helped lead the Knights to a 9-2-1 season, culminating with a win in the Oakland Athletic League (OAL) championship game against Fremont HS ... A track star for the Knights, Tyrone competed in the 100M, 200M, 400M, long jump and triple jump under coach Charles Schncecloth ... Posted a career best 400M time of 49.6 seconds in helping to lead Castlemont to the 2008 OAL Track and Field Championship ..

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32 Andres Reed
6-1 231 Jr. RB

Medford, Ore.
(Coll. of Siskiyous)
(South Medford HS)

Redshirt available

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65 Isaac Remington
6-6 267 Jr. DL

Queen Creek, Ariz.
(Phoenix College)
(Valley Christian HS)

Redshirt available

A winter term enrollee, will be with the Ducks for spring practices - Played for head coach Land Jacobsen at Phoenix College, where he was named second-team all-ACCAC and second-team all-WSFL in 2009 - Had 16 tackles and seven sacks in a season cut short by injury - Attended Valley Christian High School in Chandler, Ariz

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49 Jackson Rice
6-3 217 So. P

Moraga, Calif.
(Campolindo HS)

Redshirt available

2009 Averaging 43.1 yards per punt through the month of October, enjoyed a single-game best (in games with more than one punt) 45.2-yard average on six kicks at Washington . . . As an ultimate tribute to Oregon's offense as well as himself, booted his lone attempt 53 yards vs. USC . . . Enjoyed one of his most efficient games of his young career, averaging 43.2 yards on four punts vs. Ohio State in the Rose Bowl, allowing only one return yard placing three balls inside the 20-yard line . . . Included was a 55-yard boot which landed on the Buckeyes' 2-yard line . . . Also averaged 41.0 yards on a trio of punts vs. Washington State, placing his three boots at the 17, 5 and 1 yard lines and allowing no return yards . . . Booted five punts for a 44

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 5 Tyler Rittenour
6-1 183 RFr. DB

Concord, Calif.
(Campolindo HS)

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58 Kenny Rowe
6-3 232 Sr. LB

Long Beach, Calif.
(Poly HS)

Redshirt available

2009 The honorable mention Pac-10 all-conference choice tied for third in the Pac-10 (tied for 31st nationally) with 8.5 quarterback sacks as well as a team-high 11 tackles for loss . . . Posted a career-high seven tackles at UCLA while adding six stops at Boise State and vs. Arizona State . . . Included were two QB sacks vs. the Broncos, the Bruins and California, as well as 1.5 takedowns against Oregon State . . . Also has forced fumbles against Utah, the Golden Bears and UCLA (tying for 5th in the Pac-10), in addition to breaking up passes against Cal and UCLA . . . Returned a fumble 18 yards against Washington and is tied for fourth on the team with four passes broken up . . . Has accumulated 36 tackles through the regular season.

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97 Clint Sager
6-3 226 RFr. TE

Grants Pass, Ore.
(Hidden Valley HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

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60 Josh Sanford
6-2 272 Jr. OL

St. Helens, Ore.
(Coll. of Siskiyous)
(Port Angeles HS)

Redshirt available

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31 Jide Shinaba
5-10 182 Jr. RB

Victoria, B.C.
(Victoria HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

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73 Brenton Spickerman
6-6 248 RFr. OL

West Linn, Ore.
(Jesuit HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

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64 Jennings Stewart
6-3 209 So. LB

Grants Pass, Ore.
(Grants Pass HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

HIGH SCHOOL Named first-team all-conference in 2006 and to the second-team in 2007 … Also played basketball and ran track while prepping at Grants Pass High School … Competed in the shot put, 4x100 and 4x400 during track season.

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53 Dewitt Stuckey
5-11 218 Jr. LB

Stockton, Calif.
(Lincoln HS)

Redshirt available

HIGH SCHOOL The SuperPrep four-star prospect was ranked as the 13th-best weakside linebacker recruit in the country by Scout.com as well as a member of the California Top 100 (30th) … Also rated the No. 32 linebacker prospect in the country and 56th overall player in the state by Rivals.com … The Tacoma News Tribune’s Western 100 honoree finished his senior year third in the state in tackles with 204 stops (135 unassisted), a league-leading 8.5 quarterback sacks, 3.5 forced fumbles, and three fumble recoveries … Also carried the football for 514 yards (6.9 avg.) and 14 touchdowns … Credited in double figures in tackles in all 13 games in 2007, including a season-high 20 stops vs. St

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96 Brian Teague
6-3 240 RFr. TE

Portland, Ore.
(David Douglas HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

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 1 Darron Thomas
6-3 205 So. QB

Houston, Texas
(Aldine HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2009 Attempting to redshirt as a sophomore.

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40 Blake Thompson
5-11 223 Jr. LB

Cottage Grove, Ore.
(Cottage Grove HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

2008 Saw first collegiate action, making appearances vs. Washington and Utah State … Earned team’s annual defensive scout team award … Picked up weekly scout team honors on special teams leading up to games vs. Boise State, at Washington State and at USC … Also earned recognition as the scout team player of the week on defense prior to games at Cal and vs. Arizona.

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34 Jordan Thompson
5-8 175 RFr. RB

Valencia, Calif.
(Valencia HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

HIGH SCHOOL Was a two-year varsity running back under head coach Larry Muir ... A first-team all-Foothill League selection, he carried the ball 211 times for 1,672 en route to an astounding 26 touchdowns in 2008 ... Out of the backfield Jordan amassed 22 catches for 232 yards and a touchdown ... Voted second-team all-league his junior year while rushing the ball 123 times for 951 yards and 10 touchdowns ... Jordan also compiled 10 catches for 196 yards and four touchdowns through the air ... Lead the Vikings to a 10-3 season as a senior before losing in the third round of the state playoffs to Moorpark HS.

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69 Bo Thran
6-5 295 Sr. OL

Gresham , Ore.
(Barlow HS)

Redshirt year: 2006

2009 An All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention ... Oregon's starting left tackle in 11 games ... Started at left guard against USC due to Mark Asper's injury ... Earned offensive player of the week honors twice from coaching staff following USC and Purdue wins ... Named First-Team All-Pac-10 by Phil Steele ... Selected for the Moshofsky Award (Most Outstanding Lineman) and Officer Award (Playing Through Physical Adversity) at team's postseason banquet ... Played season-high 88 snaps in OT win at Arizona and 83 snaps against USC ... Tallied 44 pancake blocks in the regular season, third most on the team.

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33 Brandon Thurston
5-11 224 RFr. RB

Woodinville, Wash.
(Inglemoor HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

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95 Denton Tuiasosopo
6-1 302 Jr. DT

Pittsburg, Calif.
(Pittsburg HS)

Redshirt available

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80 Lavasier Tuinei
6-5 200 Jr. WR

Arcadia, Ind.
(Golden West C.C.)
(Hamilton Heights HS)

Redshirt available

2009 After not benefitting from his first collegiate reception until the fourth game of the year, enjoyed his best game as a collegian to date at Arizona, grabbing four passes for 60 yards . . . Included was a 37-yard catch that kept the Ducks' second-quarter touchdown drive alive . . . Also superb effort vs. USC, contributing four catches for 53 yards . . . Made three grabs the previous week at Washington . . . Led Oregon in receiving yards (30) in the Rose Bowl setback to Ohio State, completing his first season in Eugene as team's third-leading receiver (24 catches, 217 yards) . . . Made his first catch in an Oregon uniform against Cal (1 catch for 1 yard) . . . Totaled 59 receiving yards from a team-high (tie) five catches, including a touchdown, for the Green squad in the Spring Game.

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45 Terrell Turner
6-3 268 Jr. DE

Los Angeles, Calif.
(Crenshaw HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

2009 Has provided quality at the defensive end position, including a career-high four tackles (all unassisted) vs. California . . . Equalled that output with four stops against Arizona State, which included a quarterback sack for a 9-yard loss . . . Included in his totals vs. the Golden Bears were a trio of tackles for loss and two quarterback sacks . . . Recovered a fumble in the season opener at Boise State . . . Has accumulated 11 solo stops among his 16 tackles for the year.

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36 Will Wallace
5-10 178 Jr. CB

West Covina
(West Covina HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

2008 Appeared in four games and logged a season-high 15 snaps at Washington State … Earned scout team player of the week on special teams for his work leading up to the win at Purdue.

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52 NaDerris Ward
6-5 266 Sr. OL

Oakland, Calif.
(Georgia)
(McClymonds HS)

Redshirt year: 2006

2009 Appeared in two games after moving from tight end to the offensive line during spring practices ... Played season-high 10 snaps against Washington State.

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74 Darrion Weems
6-5 302 Jr. OL

Winnetka, Calif.
(Taft HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

2009 Made first collegiate start against USC at left tackle ... Started just one game in 2009 but played at least 20 snaps in 10 of 12 games ... Played season-high 67 snaps against the Trojans.

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87 Brandon Williams
6-4 226 Jr. TE

Merrionette Park, Ill.
(Joliet JC)
(Eisenhower HS)

Redshirt available

A winter term enrollee, will be with the Ducks for spring practices - First-team NJCAA all-American in 2009 for Joliet JC - Led the Wolves with 56 receptions for 908 yards and seven touchdowns this past season, averaging 16.1 yards per catch - Totaled 254 yards on nine grabs, including three scores, against Ellsworth (Iowa) CC to garner National NJCAA offensive player of the week honors - Named all-league Midwest Football Conference (MFC), first-team MFC East Division and first-team all-region (Region IV) for the '09 season ... Also played basketball at Joliet ... Played for two years at St. Rita HS in Chicago before transferring to Eisenhower HS ..

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77 Carson York
6-5 285 So. OL

Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
(Lake City HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2009 Oregon's starting left guard in 11 of 12 games ... Started at RG against USC due to Mark Asper's injury ... Named first-team Pac-10 All-Academic ... Given freshman All-American status by two publications ... Second-Team Freshman All-American by College Football News ... Third-Team Freshman All-American by Phil Steele ... Played 70 or more snaps in three games ... Recorded 41 pancake blocks in the regular season.

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Bryan Bennett
6-3 190 Fr. QB

Encino, Calif.
(Crespi HS)

Redshirt available

A three-year starter at quarterback and defensive back for head coach Jeremiah Ross at Crespi Carmelite High School of the Serra League (Southern Section, South 2 Division) - 2009 Co-Most Valuable Player of the Serra League - Was the Serra League first team quarterback - L.A. Times Top Ten High School Quarterback in the Southland nominee - Tacoma News Tribune Western 100 selection - Named a Prepstar Magazine All-American - Team captain - Completed 170 of 266 passes for 2,370 yards and 27 touchdowns in his senior season as the Colts went 5-5 - Also ran for 410 yards on 60 carries and another seven touchdowns on the ground while throwing just six interceptions - Had 20 tackles, one interception and four pass deflections while on defense -
Erick Dargan
6-1 200 Fr. S

Pittsburg, Calif.
(Pittsburg HS)

Redshirt available

Played running back and defensive back for head coach Victor Galli at Pittsburg High School of the Bay Valley League (North Coast Section, North 1 Division) - Tacoma News Tribune Western 100 selection - Second-Team All-East Bay in 2008 - First-Team All-BVAL League in 2008 - Helped lead the Pirates to a 9-5 overall record in 2009 - San Francisco Chronicle High School Athlete of the Week for the week of December 10, 2008 - Missed half of his senior season due to a knee injury - As a junior, rushed for 769 yards on 99 carries with 11 touchdowns and had 72 tackles with three interceptions, two fumble recoveries and one sack - Former HS teammate of current Duck CB Avery Patterson and attended the same school as former Duck DT Ra'Shon Harris - A four-star recruit and the No. 24 ranked safety in the nation by Scout.com - A four-star and No. 22 safety by Rivals.com - A three-star recruit by ESPN.com.
Isaac Dixon
5-11 200 Fr. S

Opa Locka, Fla.
(Monsignor Pace HS)

Redshirt available

Played linebacker and running back for head coach Joe Zaccheo at Monsignor Pace High School of the 2B District 8 league - Helped lead the Spartans to a 7-3 record as a senior, where he compiled 455 rushing yards on 47 attempts with four touchdowns - As a junior, made 125 tackles, nine sacks, and three forced fumbles - Rated as a three-star recruit by Rivals.com and the No. 66 outside linebacker in the country - A three-star rated player and No. 74 outside linebacker in the nation by Scout.com - A three-star rating and No. 41 OLB prospect by ESPN.com.
Eric Dungy
6-1 170 Fr. ATH

Tampa, Fla.
(Plant Senior HS)

Redshirt available

Played wide receiver and defensive back for head coach Robert Weiner at Plant High School of the 5A District 5 League - Helped the Panthers to a 13-1 record in 2009 and a 53-4 mark (.930 pct.) over his four years - Member of Plant's three-time state championship squad, which accumulated a 17-1 postseason record over the past four seasons - As a senior, caught 24 passes for 340 yards and two touchdowns - Made 61 tackles from his DB position in addition to a team-leading five interceptions, one sacke, three fumble recoveries and six pass deflections - Named second-team all-county by the Tampa Tribune - Earned the team's Prime Time Clutch Player Award - In his junior season, made 56 tackles, one sack, two interceptions and eight pass deflections - Jumped 21-5 in the long jump for his HS track team - Received a two-star ranking from Rivals.com and Scout.com - Son of former Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Indianapolis Colts head coach - and current NBC Sports broadcaster - Tony Dungy.
Hroniss Grasu
6-3 260 Fr. OL

Encino, Calif.
(Crespi HS)

Redshirt available

A starter on both the offensive and defensive lines for head coach Jeremiah Ross at Crespi Carmelite High School of the Serra League (Southern Section, South 2 Division) - First-Team All-State as a sophomore - Named First-Team All-Area on offense by the Los Angeles Daily News in 2010 - 2008 All-Serra League selection - As a senior in 2009-10, plowed the road as an offensive lineman for a team that racked up 1,958 rushing yards and 2,436 passing yards, and had 37 tackles and four sacks while playing defense - As a junior in 2008-09, had 27 tackles on defense and blocked for a team that rushed for 1,606 yards and passed for 1,738 more, scoring 27 total offensive touchdowns - As a sophomore in 2007-08, had 33 tackles and tied for a team-high with five sacks while blocking for 1,000-yard rusher Austin Shanks and a team that rolled up 2,388 rushing yards and 2,167 passing yards - Blocked for incoming quarterback recruit Bryan Bennett - Given a three-star rating by Scout.com and selected as the No. 9 center in the country - A three-star ranking and No. 12 center in the nation by Rivals.com - Three-star recruit and No. 100 defensive end prospect in the country according to ESPN.com.
Ricky Heimuli
6-4 290 Fr. DT

Salt Lake City, Utah
(Brighton HS)

Redshirt available

Played for head coach Ryan Bullett at Brighton High School of the 5A Region 4 league - 2009 Mainland All-Stars MVP in the Hawaii/Polynesia-Mainland Bowl - A Prepstar Magazine All-American - 2010 Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West First-Team selection - The Bengals went 6-4 in his senior season - 2008 All-State Honorable Mention - A four-star recruit and No. 10 defensive tackle by Scout.com - Ranked a four-star recruit and No. 8 defensive tackle in the nation by Rivals.com - Member of the Rivals100 - A four-star recruit and No. 13 defensive tackle by ESPN.com.
Troy Hill
5-11 165 Fr. CB

Ventura, Calif.
(St. Boneventure HS)

Redshirt available

Played defensive back and wide receiver for head coach Todd Therrien at St. Bonaventure High School of the Channel League (Southern Section, South 3 Division) - 2009 All-Channel League First-Team Defense - 2008 Second-Team All-State Junior by CalHiSports.com - 2007 All-Channel League Second-Team Defense - Helped lead the Seraphs to an 11-2 record in his senior season - Had 46 tackles and five interceptions in his junior season in 2008-09 - Also returned one kickoff for a touchdown and took one of his five picks back for a score - Earned a three-star rating from Scout.com - Also a three-star recruit according to Rivals.com and the No. 32 corner in the country - A three-star recruit according to ESPN.com.
Andrew Howell
6-2 215 Fr. LS

Tehachapi Calif.
(Tehechapi HS),

Redshirt available

Played for head coach Steve Denman at Tehachapi High School of the South Sequoia League (Central Section, South 2 Division) - Member of the Chris Sailer Kicking Top 12 - Rated the nation's No. 1 Long snapper by Chris Rubio - Rated the top long snapper at the Chris Sailer Kicking Camp - 2009 South Sequoia League First-Team OL - 2008 South Sequoia League Second-Team OL - Three-year varsity starter - Made 130 tackles as a senior linebacker in addition to 2.5 sacks and one interception.
Josh Huff
5-10 185 Fr. ATH

Houston, Texas
( Nimitz HS)

Redshirt available

Played quarterback, wide receiver, running back and cornerback for head coach Robert Toomer at Nimitz High School of the 5A Region III District 19 League - 2010 Junior National Team selection by USA Football - Playing cornerback, tallied game-high 2.5 tackles for loss at the USA vs. World game - The Cougars went 4-6 in his senior season - 2008 Class 5A Second-Team All-District Offense - Accumulated nearly 2,000 yards of total offense as a senior as he rushed for 1,147 yards and 11 touchdowns and threw for 856 more yards - Also ran track, logging a 10.86 100-meter time on his way to a second place finish at the 19-5A district meet as a junior - A three-star recruit and the No. 36 running back in the 2010 class according to Scout.com - Ranked a four-star prospect and the No. 7 all-purpose running back in the nation and the No. 37 overall recruit in the state of Texas by Rivals.com - Rated a three-star running back by ESPN.com.
Keanon Lowe
5-10 170 Fr. WR

Portland, Ore.
(Jesuit HS)

Redshirt available

Played running back, wide receiver and defensive back for head coach Ken Potter and Jesuit High School of the 6A Metro League - Named Oregon 6A Defensive Player of the Year as a defensive back - Also named 6A First-Team All-State on offense as a wide receiver - Tacoma News Tribune Western 100 selection - Helped lead the Crusaders to a 12-2 overall record and state title game appearance in 2009 - As a senior in 2009-10, rushed for 1,213 yards on 150 carries with 20 touchdowns and caught 42 passes for 603 yards and seven additional scores - Also had four interceptions and a fumble recovery on defense - On special teams, returned 15 kickoffs for 318 yards with a long of 39 yards - Led the Crusaders in scoring with 29 total touchdowns - As a junior in 2008-09, had 193 yards rushing on 25 carries for three touchdowns and added a team-high 42 receptions for 718 yards and eight scores - Had three interceptions and one fumble recovery on defense - On special teams, returned nine kickoffs for 376 yards including a long of 96 yards - On the track, was a six-time winner in the 100 meters as a junior, including a season-best 10.77 at the Metro League Championships - Placed first in the 200 with a time of 21.94 - Runner-up in the 100 at the 2009 state meet and medaled in the 200 (21.95) with a third-place showing - Anchored the league and state champion 4x100 relay team - Also was Metro League champ in the 100 (10.79) and 200 (22.09) as a sophomore in '08 - A three-star recruit by Scout.com and the No. 35 cornerback in the nation - Rated a four-star recruit and the No. 17 ranked athlete by Rivals.com - A three-star prospect and No. 35 athlete by ESPN.com.
Alejandro Maldonado
5-11 190 Fr. K

Calif.
(Colton HS),

Redshirt available

Kicked and punted for head coach Harold Strauss at Colton High School of the San Andreas League (Southern Section, South 1 Division) - First-team all-league punter and kicker as a senior - All-CIF Southern Section first-team kicker - All-San Bernardino County All-Star according to the Press Enterprise - Kohl's Kicking School All-American - Crowned champion of the Las Vegas Regional Kicking Competition - Team captain and special teams MVP - Had 24 punts for 997 yards (41.54 avg.) with 20 inside the 20 - Made 70 Kickoffs with 60 touchbacks, including 37 out of the endzone - Hit on 8-of-12 field goals and converted all 53 PAT attempts for 77 total points in his final prep season - As a junior, named first-team all-league punter and kicker and was named top kicker in southern California - Had 23 Punts for 903 yards (39.26 avg.) with a long of 70 yards - Had 13 punts inside the 20 - Took 53 kickoffs with 36 touchbacks and converted 10 FG and 32 PAT for 62 points - A prep teammate on the Yellowjackets with fellow 2010 recruit Derrick Malone - A three-star recruit by Scout.com and the No. 7 kicker in the nation - Rated a two-star recruit and the No. 24 kicker by Rivals.com - Garnered two-stars and ranked as the No. 30 kicker by ESPN.com.
Derrick Malone
6-2 200 Fr. S/LB

Colton, Calif.
(Colton HS)

Redshirt available

Played both defensive back and running back for head coach Harold Strauss at Colton High School of the San Andreas League (Southern Section, South 1 Division) - Helped lead the Jackrabbits to a 10-2 overall record in his senior season before falling to Rancho Cucamonga in the playoffs - Had 44 tackles, two interceptions, 17 pass deflections and three fumble recoveries on defense in addition to rushing for 1501 yards on 137 carries (10.96 avg.) and 19 touchdowns - One of two 1,400+ yard rushers on his team in 2009-10 - As a junior in 2008-09, rushed for 1,063 yards on 136 carries and 11 scores on offense while racking up 41 tackles, two interceptions, 11 pass deflections and four fumble recoveries on defense - As a sophomore in 2007-08, had 44 tackles, one interception, four pass deflections and one fumble recovery while playing mostly on defense only - A prep teammate on the Yellowjackets with fellow 2010 recruit Alejandro Maldonado - Also ran track in high school where posted times of 10.9 in the 100m, 22.0 in the 200m and 49.0 in the 400m - Rated a three-star recruit and No. 41 safety in the country by Scout.com - A three-star and No. 40 safety by Rivals.com - A three-star prospect according to ESPN.com.
Dior Mathis
5-9 175 Fr. CB

Detroit, Mich.
(Cass Tech HS)

Redshirt available

Played defensive back and wide receiver for head coach Tom Wilcher at Cass Tech High School of the Detroit Public 1 League - Helped the Technicians to a 6-4 overall record in his senior season - A Prepstar Magazine All-American - Tallied 15 touchdowns and eight interceptions while starting on both sides of the ball as a junior - Recorded times as fast as 10.4 in the 100-meters while competing with the Cass Tech track team - Ran the third fastest qualifying time in the state in division one during the spring of 2009, clocking in at 10.71 en route to winning the regional championship - State indoor champion in the 60 meters where he ran a qualifying time of 6.88 - The last defensive back from the Midwest to sign with the Ducks was Jairus Byrd out of Clayton, Mo. in 2005 - A four-star recruit and the No. 17 cornerback in the nation according to Scout.com - Rated a four-star recruit and No. 12 cornerback in the nation by Rivals.com - A four-star prospect and the No. 9 corner in the country by ESPN.com.
Terrance Mitchell
5-11 175 Fr. CB

Sacramento, Calif.
(Luther Burbank HS)

Redshirt available

Played for head coach John Heffernan at Burbank High School of the Metropolitan League (Sac-Joaquin Section, North 1 Division) - Earned Metro League Offensive MVP honors in 2009 - First-Team All-City cornerback - CalHiSports.com All-State Football First Team at defensive back - First-Team All-Metro cornerback in 2008 - 2008 Sacramento Bee All-Metro Honorable Mention - Had 2,360 all-purpose yards on 106 rushing attempts and 48 catches in his senior season - Scored 24 touchdowns while on offense - On defense, had six interceptions, a forced fumble and one blocked field goal - As a junior in 2008, had 38 tackles, two interceptions for touchdowns, a forced fumble and 10 pass breakups - Also played basketball where he was First-Team All-Metro League as a sophomore and junior - Rated a three-star recruit and No. 31 cornerback in the nation by Scout.com - A three-star prospect and No. 33 cornerback in the country according to Rivals.com - A three-star and No. 51 corner by ESPN.com.
Nicholas Rowland
6-5 295 Fr. OL

Peoria, Ariz.
(Centennial HS)

Redshirt available

Played offensive and defensive line for head coach Richard Taylor at Centennial High School of the 5A Desert West League - Tacoma News Tribune Western 100 selection - Tacoma News Tribune called him the West's top prospect at offensive line - A Prepstar Magazine All-American - USA Junior Football Team selection - Arizona Republic All-State Team - 2009-10 - Arizona Football Coaches Association All-State Team - 2009-10 - Named first-team all-region and all-Arizona after his junior season - Named second-team all-region following his sophomore campaign - Helped the Coyotes advance to the state championship game and a 13-1 season in 2009 and was part of a 39-game win streak at Centennial HS - As a senior, blocked for a team that racked up 3,724 yards on the ground and one 2,000+ yard rusher in addition to passing for 2,037 yards and scoring 77 total touchdowns - As a junior, the Coyotes rushed for 3,491 yards and passed for 1,751 more en route to a 14-0 record and state championship - As a sophomore, won a state championship with the Coyotes as the team passed for 2,038 yards and rushed for 3,406 more - Rated a four-star recruit and the nation's No. 4 offensive guard by Scout.com - The No. 9 guard and No. 1 overall recruit in the state of Arizona in addition to being a four-star by Rivals.com - A three-star recruit and No. 29 guard by ESPN.com.
James Scales
5-10 180 Fr. S

Greensboro, N.C.
(Northern Guilford HS)

Redshirt available

Played defensive back for head coach Johnny Roscoe at Northern Guilford High School of the Triad League - The Nighthawks went 12-2 in 2009 and 10-1 in 2008 and as a junior, made 80 tackles, three interceptions and two fumble recoveries - A Prepstar Magazine All-American - Rated a three-star prospect and No. 109 cornerback in the 2010 class by Scout.com - A three-star recruit and No. 49 corner by Rivals.com - A three-star and No. 60 ranked athlete in the nation by ESPN.com.
Lache Seastrunk
5-11 190 Fr. RB

Temple, Texas
(Temple HS)

Redshirt available

Played for head coach Bryce Monsen at Temple High School of the 5A Region II District 12 League - District 12-5A Newcomer of the Year in 2007-08 - Two-time U.S. Army All-American Player of the Week - Finished his high school career with 4,127 yards and 52 touchdowns - APSE Class 5A Second-Team All-State selection in 2009 - As a senior, rushed for 1,174 yards and 15 touchdowns ... As a junior, rushed 171 times for 1,541 yards and 14 touchdowns - As a sophomore, rushed 130 times for 1,532 yards and 22 touchdowns as Temple won a district title - On the track, had personal bests of 10.33 (100) and 21-8 (long jump) during his prep track career - Clocked at 10.64 in the 100 meters as a sophomore and won the district meet that same year with a time of 10.77 - Broke three Temple High records - 100, 400 and long jump - as a 13-year old eighth-grader - A five-star recruit, the No. 20 prospect at any position and the No. 4 running back in the country by Scout.com - A five-star prospect and the nation's No. 3 running back by Rivals.com - Member of the Rivals100 - Compared by Rivals to former Cal back Jahvid Best - A four-star prospect and the No 6 running back in the country by ESPN.com - The No. 2 player at any position in the country and No. 1 running back by Tom Lemming at MaxPreps.com - Member of the SN100 as the No. 4 overall player and No. 2 running back by Sporting News.
Tony Washington
6-4 230 Fr. DE

Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
(Los Osos)

Redshirt available

Played for head coach Tom Martinez at Los Osos High School of the Baseline League (Southern Section, South 1 Division) - San Bernardino Prep Sports All-Baseline Defensive MVP - MaxPreps California Division 1 All-State Second Team Defense - All-Inland Valley first team defense - All-CIF Southern Section Central Division - Daily Bulletin All-Star Football Defensive First Team - As a senior, made 87 tackles with a team-high 11.5 sacks and two fumble recoveries - As a junior, recorded 45 tackles and 6.5 sacks - Rated a three-star recruit by Scout.com and ESPN.com - A three-star and No. 42 defensive end in the nation by Rivals.com.
Curtis White
6-4 230 Fr. TE

Eugene, Ore.
(Sheldon HS)

Redshirt available

A two-way player for head coach Marty Johnson at Sheldon High School of the 6A Southwest League - Tacoma News Tribune Western 100 selection - Named 6A First-Team All-State on offense as a tight end - A Prepstar Magazine All-American - 2010 Long Beach Press-Telegram Best in the West Honorable Mention - Helped lead the Irish to a 14-0 record as a senior and No. 1 overall ranking in the state of Oregon - Sheldon defeated Jesuit 50-43 in the 6A state championship game, where he had team-highs in catches (six) and yards (102) - Had 44 catches for 773 yards and 12 touchdowns from his tight end position as a senior - Scored at least one touchdown in every game as a senior except one (against Lake Oswego, 11/27/09) - Also tallied 63 tackles, one sack and three pass deflections on defense - Had a team-high 61 catches for 684 yards and six scores as a junior and 25 receptions for 365 yards and five touchdowns as a sophomore - A five-star and No. 36 prospect at any position in the country as well as the No. 5 defensive end in the nation by Scout.com - A four-star recruit and No. 3 tight end in 2010 by Rivals.com - Compared by Rivals to current Chicago Bears TE Greg Olsen - A member of the Rivals100 - A four-star prospect and No. 4 tight end by ESPN.com - Ranked the No. 24 player at any position in the country by Tom Lemming at MaxPreps.com.
Dontae Williams
5-11 210 Fr. RB

Houston, Texas
(Aldine HS)

Redshirt available

A Prepstar Magazine All-American - 2008 First Team All-District 19-5A - 2009 Preseason All-Greater Houston High School Football Team - USA Junior Football Team selection - Rushed 10 times for 52 yards and a touchdown in USA vs. World game - 2009 Mainland All-Stars selection for the Hawaii/Polynesia-Mainland Bowl - Helped the Mustangs to a 6-5 overall record as a senior as he rushed for 1,000+ yards and 12 touchdowns - Rated a three-star recruit and No. 29 running back in the nation by Scout.com - The No. 12 running back in the nation and a four-star recruit by Rivals.com - Given a four-star ranking and picked as the No. 13 running back by ESPN.com - Compared by Rivals.com to current Philadelphia Eagles RB LeSean McCoy.
 
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Offense
Wide Receiver
80 
Lavasier Tuinei  Jr.
98 
Justin Hoffman  So.
85 
Diante Jackson  RFr.
92 
Ben Butterfield  RFr.
87 
Brian Harris  RFr.
Running Back
21 
LaMichael James  I So.
24 
Kenjon Barner  So.
 5 
Remene Alston Jr.  Sr.
37 
Craig Loper  RFr.
32 
Andres Reed  Jr.
34 
Jordan Thompson  RFr.
31 
Jide Shinaba  Jr.
33 
Brandon Thurston  RFr.
 
Lache Seastrunk  Fr.
 
Dontae Williams  Fr.
Quarterback
 7 
Nate Costa  Sr.
 1 
Darron Thomas  So.
16 
Daryle Hawkins  RFr.
14 
Dustin Haines  RFr.
 
Bryan Bennett  Fr.
 8 
Jeremiah Masoli  I Sr.
Wide Receiver
23 
Jeff Maehl  Sr.
90 
Will Murphy  So.
94 
Garrett Davis  RFr.
91 
Dane Ebanez  RFr.
 
Josh Huff  Fr.
 
Wide Receiver
10 
D.J. Davis  Sr.
 4 
Tyrece Gaines  Jr.
15 
Blake Cantu  RFr.
30 
Nick Cole  RFr.
 
Keanon Lowe  Fr.
Right Tackle
68 
C.E. Kaiser  Sr.
61 
Nick Cody  So.
71 
Everett Benyard  RFr.
73 
Brenton Spickerman  RFr.
60 
Ryan Clanton  Jr.
Right Guard
79 
Mark Asper  Jr.
70 
Ramsen Golpashin  Jr.
65 
Lance Barker  So.
63 
Mana Greig  RFr.
60 
Josh Sanford  Jr.
Center
54 
Jordan Holmes  Sr.
64 
Max Forer  Sr.
78 
Karrington Armstrong  RFr.
 
Hroniss Grasu  Fr.
Left Guard
77 
Carson York  So.
76 
Charlie Carmichael  Jr.
57 
Trevor Fox  RFr.
56 
Justin Fritz  Sr.
Left Tackle
69 
Bo Thran  Sr.
74 
Darrion Weems  Jr.
52 
NaDerris Ward  Sr.
75 
Jamaal Burrell  RFr.
 
Nicholas Rowland  Fr.
Tight End/H Back
42 
David Paulson  Jr.
26 
Malachi Lewis  Sr.
82 
Dion Jordan  So.
96 
Brian Teague  RFr.
38 
Sam Doman  Sr.
87 
Brandon Williams  Jr.
 
Curtis White  Fr.
 
Defense
 
Left Defensive End
45 
Terrell Turner  Jr.
93 
Anthony Anderson  RFr.
94 
Keaton Arden  RFr.
97 
Andy McIntyre  RFr.
Left Defensive Tackle
88 
Brandon Bair  Sr.
66 
Taylor Hart  RFr.
45 
Terrell Turner  Jr.
65 
Isaac Remington  Jr.
Right Defensive Tackle
99 
Zac Clark  Sr.
92 
Wade Keliikipi  RFr.
95 
Denton Tuiasosopo  Jr.
 
Ricky Heimuli  Fr.
Right Defensive End
58 
Kenny Rowe  Sr.
33 
Tyrell Irvin  Sr.
86 
Chris DiVincenzo  Sr.
 
Tony Washington  Fr.
 
 
Weakside Linebacker
35 
Spencer Paysinger  Sr.
43 
Bryson Littlejohn  Sr.
46 
Michael Clay  So.
64 
Jennings Stewart  So.
40 
Blake Thompson  Jr.
97 
Clint Sager  RFr.
Middle Linebacker
55 
Casey Matthews  Sr.
44 
Brandon Hanna  Jr.
53 
Dewitt Stuckey  Jr.
62 
Nick Musgrove  Jr.
47 
Kiko Alonso  I  So.
Strongside Linebacker
11 
Eddie Pleasant  Jr.
56 
Josh Kaddu  Jr.
25 
Bo Lokombo  RFr.
38 
Tyler Briffett  So.
57 
Keloni Kamalani  RFr.
 
Isaac Dixon  Fr.
 
Left Cornerback
 3 
Cliff Harris  So.
 7 
Chad Peppars  Sr.
28 
Scott Grady  So.
 5 
Tyler Rittenour  RFr.
 
Terrance Mitchell  Fr.
 
Free Safety
20 
John Boyett  So.
 8 
Brian Butterfield  Sr.
12 
Brian Jackson  RFr.
32 
J.R. Maffie  RFr.
 
Erick Dargan  Fr.
 
Eric Dungy  Fr.
Rover
14 
Javes Lewis  Jr.
 1 
Marvin Johnson  Sr.
31 
Avery Patterson  RFr.
15 
Mikey Dosen  RFr.
 
Derrick Malone  Fr.
 
James Scales  Fr.
 
Right Cornerback
37 
Talmadge Jackson III  Sr.
18 
Anthony Gildon  Jr.
36 
Will Wallace  Jr.
13 
Tyrone Radford  RFr.
 
Dior Mathis  Fr.
 
Troy Hill  Fr.
 
Special Teams
Kick Off
93 
Rob Beard  I So.
 
Alejandro Maldonado  Fr.

Place Kicker
93 
Rob Beard  I So.
Punter
49 
Jackson Rice  So.
Kick Returner
21 
LaMichael James  I So.
 3 
Cliff Harris  So.
Punt Returner
24 
Kenjon Barner  So.
Long Snapper
46 
Michael Clay  So.
59 
Jeff Palmer  So.
51 
Steven Patterson  RFr.
84 
Ned Lyon  RFr.
 
Andrew Howell  Fr.
Holder
 7 
Nate Costa  Sr.
 
injury icon = Player is injured   I = Player is ineligible. Last Updated: 03/20/2010