Chile Duck's
Duck Depth Chart

2011 Recruiting Class
Feburary 2, 2011

Player information and summary text has been obtained from GoDucks.com the official web site for Oregon Football.
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49 Kiko Alonso
6-4 222 Jr. LB

Los Gatos, Calif.
(Los Gatos HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2010   Has spent the season rehabilitating from a knee injury suffered during the spring.

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85 Anthony Anderson
6-5 233 So. DE

Spring Valley, Calif.
(Helix HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Had a pair of pass breakups in his collegiate debut vs. New Mexico • Made 1.0 tackle for loss (3 yds) in the Spring Game • Ranked fifth among defensive linemen in the shuttle run (4.18) during winter testing.

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78 Karrington Armstrong
6-2 283 So. OL

Reno, Nev.
(McQueen HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Made debut in win vs. Portland State • Tops among all offensive linemen in the shuttle run (4.34) and squat lift (tie - 500 lbs) during winter testing. Squat tied for top mark on the team.

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79 Mark Asper
6-7 322 Sr. OL

Idaho Falls, Idaho
(Bonneville HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

2010 Started the first five games of the season at right tackle, came off the bench in win at Washington State • Named to the preseason All-Pac-10 third team by Phil Steele Publications • Member of the Oregon Iron Club for the second straight year, totaling 1,137 pounds in clean, squat and bench during winter testing • Shared top honors on the team with a 500-lb. squat.

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51 Isaac Ava
5-10 251 RFr. LB

Ewa Beach, Hawaii
(St. Louis HS)

Redshirt available

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24 Kenjon Barner
5-11 180 Jr. RB

Riverside, Calif.
(Notre Dame HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2010 Fourth-leading scorer (54 points) and second-leading rusher (551 yards) • Ranked second on the team with 94.5 all-purpose yards per game • Second start of the season, totaled 75 all-purpose yards (32 rush, 8 rec, 30 kr, 5 pr) in BCS Championship Game vs. Auburn • Posted the second 100-yard rushing game of his career, totaling 133 yards and a touchdown on the ground at Oregon State • Also caught a TD pass in win over the Beavers • 71 yards on 15 carries vs. Arizona and 40 yards on eight carries at Cal • Carried nine times for 60 yards, including a game-capping 30-yard touchdown vs

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93 Rob Beard
6-0 218 Jr. PK

Fullerton, Calif.
(Troy HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2010 All-Pac-10 fourth team according to Phil Steele Publications • Ranked fourth in the Pac-10 and 36th nationally in scoring with an average of 8.08 points per game • Ranked eighth on the UO single-season scoring list with 97 points • Made his first eight field goal attempts of the season and finished 10 for 13 • .769 FG percentage was good for 10th in a single season at Oregon • Averaged 64.5 yards on 95 kickoffs with 11 touchbacks • Hit on his first 59 PAT kicks of the year before missing following UO’s first touchdown at Oregon State • Rushed for a pair of 2-point conversions, including one in the BCS Championship Game vs

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 3 Bryan Bennett
6-2 183 RFr. QB

Encino, Calif.
(Crespi HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2010 — Redshirt season • A member of the travel squad all season, moved up to No. 2 on the QB depth chart following Nate Costa’s season-ending injury vs. Washington.

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71 Everett Benyard
6-7 315 So. OL

San Diego, Calif.
(Cathedral Catholic HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Saw his lone action in season opener vs. New Mexico, playing 11 snaps.

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37 Anthony Blake
5-10 190 Jr. RB

Portland, Ore.
(Holy Cross)
(Jesuit HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

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20 John Boyett
5-10 198 Jr. FS

Napa, Calif.
(Napa HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2010 All-America second team choice by SI.com • All-Pac-10 second team according to Phil Steele Publications • Tied for third in the Pac-10 and 22nd in the nation with 0.38 interceptions per game • Ranks 18th nationally and second in the conference in passes defended with an average of 1.08 per game • Finished second on the team with 78 tackles • Team-high 11 tackles in BCS Championship Game vs. Auburn • Picked up 18 yards on an interception return, broke up one pass and made five tackles at Oregon State • Team-high (tie) eight tackles, including seven solo, and an interception in win vs. Arizona • Shared the team lead with seven tackles at Cal • Six stops and a pass breakup vs

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96 Isiah Burks
5-7 158 Sr. WR

Portland, Ore.
(Jesuit HS)

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75 Jamaal Burrell
6-4 306 So. OL

Fontana, Calif.
(Dominguez HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Saw action in games against New Mexico, Portland State and UCLA • Took part in a season-high 30 plays in win over the Vikings.

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92 Ben Butterfield
6-0 180 So. WR

Sherwood, Ore.
(Sherwood HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Started at receiver for the victorious White team in the Spring Game • Tied for second at his position in the 20-yard electronic-timed dash (2.84).

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 9 Blake Cantu
6-0 193 So. WR

Southlake, Tex.
(Southlake Carroll HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Played in three games, seeing the field against Tennessee, Portland State and Washington • Made his collegiate debut against the Volunteers.

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60 Ryan Clanton
6-4 294 Jr. OL

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

Redshirt year: 2010

2010 First enrolled at Oregon for start of 2010 winter term, allowing him to participate in spring drills . . . Paced all offensive linemen during winter workouts with a 375-lb. bench press.

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46 Michael Clay
5-11 225 Jr. LB

San Jose, Calif.
(Bellarmine HS)

Redshirt available

2010 Team’s top reserve linebacker • Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention • Eighth overall and third among LBs with 42 tackles • Four solo tackles in BCS Championship vs. Auburn • Rushed for 64 yards on a fake punt, had an interception and two tackles at Oregon State • Four solo stops in win vs. Arizona • Three tackles in victory at Cal • Had a pair of tackles vs. Washington and one at USC • Career-high seven tackles in win vs. UCLA • Two stops at Washington State • Made three tackles vs. Stanford and one at Arizona State • Had four stops and recovered a fumble in win vs. Portland State • Made five tackles, including 0.5 TFL in win at Tennessee • Recorded four tackles vs

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61 Nick Cody
6-5 296 Jr. OL

Brush Prairie, Wash.
(Hockinson HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2010 — Appeared in nine games, logging a season-high 48 plays in win vs. New Mexico.

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30 Nick Cole
6-3 195 So. WR

Concord, Calif.
(Clayton Valley HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Saw action in the first two home games of the season • Made one reception and returned on kickoff in the Spring Game • Third among receivers with a 265-lb. bench press during winter testing.

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 4 Erick Dargan
5-11 206 RFr. DB

Pittsburg, Calif.
(Pittsburg)

Redshirt year: 2010

2010 Arrived on campus in June and started classes summer term.

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 3 Marcus Davis
5-11 187 Jr. DB

League City, Texas
(Texas)
(Clear Creek HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2010 Arrived on campus in June and started classes summer term.

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84 Chad Delaney
6-0 179 So. WR

Elmira, Ore.
(Elmira)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Made collegiate debut and was one of 14 Ducks with at least one reception in win over New Mexico • Joined the squad as a walk-on during spring practice.

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19 Eric Dungy
6-1 177 RFr. WR

Tampa, Fla.
(Plant HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2010 Arrived on campus in June and started classes summer term.

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91 Dane Ebanez
5-9 177 RFr. WR

North Pole, Alaska
(North Pole HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Ranked second at his position with a 295-lb. bench press during winter testing.

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33 Ayele Forde
5-7 175 RFr. RB

Victorville, Cal.
(Silverado HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

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57 Trevor Fox
6-5 290 So. OL

Temecula, Calif.
(Chaparral HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Ranked third among offensive linemen with a 308-lb. clean lift during winter testing.

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38 Mike Garrity
6-1 221 RFr. LB

San Carlos, Calif.
(Archbishop Riordan)

Redshirt year: 2010

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18 Anthony Gildon
6-1 185 Sr. CB

Simi Valley, Calif.
(Oaks Christian HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2010 One solo tackle in win over Portland State • Recorded three solo tackles in win at Tennessee Opening day starter, totaled two tackles vs. New Mexico • His 38-inch vertical leap during winter workouts loomed as top mark among defensive backs and ranks fourth all-time among competitors in the secondary • Member of the Oregon Iron Club and the third-strongest player (pound for pound) after totaling 946 pounds in the clean, squat and bench (5.31 times his body weight).

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70 Ramsen Golpashin
6-4 275 Sr. OL

Saugus, Calif.
(Saugus HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

2010 Emerged from spring practices as the top backup at left guard.

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28 Scott Grady
5-11 180 Jr. DB

Tigard, Ore.
(Tigard HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2010 Recorded a pair of solo tackles and first career pass breakup in win vs. Portland State • Totaled two stops in win at Tennessee • Had a solo tackle vs. New Mexico • Demonstrated the team’s greatest improvement of 100 lbs in the squat lift (365) and posted team’s fastest time among defensive backs during winter testing, clocking an electronic 40 best of 4.73.

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52 Hroniss Grasu
6-3 274 RFr. OL

Encino, Calif.
(Crespi HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2010 Arrived on campus in June and started classes summer term.

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63 Mana Greig
5-11 291 So. OL

Kailua, Hawaii
(St. Louis HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Had the third-fastest shuttle time among offensive linemen during winter testing at 4.53 seconds.

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60 Ryan Hagen
6-3 284 So. DT

Brea, Calif.
(Troy)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Made his collegiate debut in win vs. Portland State • Joined the team during spring practice.

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14 Dustin Haines
6-3 200 So. QB

Eugene, Ore.
(South Eugene HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Carried twice, netting one yard in win vs. Portland State • Carried the football twice from the running back post against Portland State after making one catch for 18 yards as a receiver in his collegiate debut vs. New Mexico • Completed one pass for three yards and had a pair of carries in the Spring Game.

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44 Brandon Hanna
6-2 234 Sr. DE

Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
(Lake City HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

2010 Career-best two pass breakups to go with a pair of stops in win vs. Portland State • Had one tackle in win at Tennessee • Forced a fumble and made two solo tackles vs. New Mexico • Switched from linebacker to defensive end during the spring • Member of the Oregon Iron Club and Oregon Elite as selected by the Strength & Conditioning staff after winter testing • Totaled 1,084 pounds in the clean, squat and bench, and posted the third-fastest times in his position group in the 20 and 40-yard dashes (electronic) and “L” Run.

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13 Cliff Harris
5-11 180 Jr. CB

Fresno, Calif.
(Edison HS)

Redshirt available

2010 The most decorated return man in a single season in Oregon history was named All-America by the Football Writers Association of America, Sporting News, SI.com and ESPN.com, and earned second-team All-America status as a cornerback according to the Associated Press and SI.com • One of just four consensus All-America picks in school history and first as a returner/all-purpose player • College Football Performance Awards punt returner performer of the year trophy recipient • Garnered All-Pac-10 accolades as a punt returner (Coaches, Phil Steele, Rivals.com, Scout.com) and cornerback (Phil Steele), as well as second team honors at his defensive position (Coaches, Rivals.com, Scout

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66 Taylor Hart
6-6 262 So. DT

Tualatin, Ore.
(Tualatin HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Two tackles in win over Portland State • Made first two tackles of his career, including one solo, in win at Tennessee • Credited with one QB hurry in victory vs. New Mexico • Started at tackle for the Green team in the Spring Game, recording one stop.

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16 Daryle Hawkins
6-4 192 So. QB

Omaha, Neb.
(Omaha Central HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 The versatile redshirt freshman can be found lining up anywhere on the offensive side of the ball, playing quarterback, running back and wide receiver during Oregon's first three games • Came out of the backfield to catch a 12-yard touchdown pass against Portland State in addition to running six times for 21 yards • Carried twice for four yards in win at Tennessee and rushed for 68 yards and a touchdown on ten carries in his debut against New Mexico • Also had one catch for 10 yards against the Lobos • Shared top honors among team’s quarterbacks during winter workouts with a 275-lb. clean • UO’s fastest player at the position with a 4

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90 Ricky Heimuli
6-4 318 So. DT

Glendale, Utah
(Brighton HS)

Redshirt available

2010 Took part in one tackle in win vs. Portland State • Was in on one tackle in win at Tennessee • Had a pass breakup in his college debut vs. New Mexico.

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 2 Troy Hill
5-11 165 RFr. DB

Ventura, Calif.
(St. Bonaventure)

Redshirt year: 2010

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81 Justin Hoffman
6-1 201 Jr. WR

Eugene, Ore.
(Churchill HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2010 Saw the field in wins vs. Portland State, at Tennessee and vs. New Mexico • Established himself as one of the top reserves at his position during spring practice • Recorded the fastest time among receivers and third-fastest mark overall in the shuttle run at 3.89 seconds during winter testing • His 375-lb. squat was also tops at the position.

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50 Drew Howell
6-2 217 RFr. LS

Tehachapi, Calif.
(Tehachapi HS)

Redshirt available

2010 Made his debut in win at Tennessee, snapping on all four of UO’s punt attempts.

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 4 Josh Huff
5-11 201 So. WR

Houston, Texas
(Nimitz HS)

Redshirt available

2010 Made the most of his lone reception at ASU, taking it 54 yards for a touchdown, and added 14 rushing yards on one carry in win over the Sun Devils • Accounted for his first touchdown as a collegian on an 18-yard run vs. Portland State while adding 13 rushing yards on a second carry, as well as catching one pass for 4 yards

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12 Brian Jackson
5-10 192 So. DB

Hoover, Ala.
(Hoover HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Claimed his first interception as a collegian, in addition to leading the Ducks with a team-high 8 tackles, vs. Portland State • Also credited with forcing a fumble • Made one tackle in win at Tennessee • Had a pass breakup and solo tackle in win vs. New Mexico • Made four solo tackles for the victorious White team in the Spring Game.

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21 LaMichael James
5-9 185 Jr. RB

Texarkana, Texas
(Liberty-Eylau HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2010 Oregon’s first unanimous All-America, selected first team by the AP, AFCA, FWAA, Sporting News and WCFF • Recipient of the Doak Walker Award as the nation’s top running back • Also garnered All-America acclaim from SI.com and Scout.com • Finalist for the Heisman Trophy finished third in the voting • One of three finalists for both 2010 Walter Camp Player of the Year • One of four conference players to earn both Pac-10 All-Academic and All-Pac-10 first team honors • Also chosen first-team All-Pac-10 by Phil Steele, Scout.com and Rivals.com • Semifinalist for the 76th annual Maxwell Award, presented to the collegiate player of the year • National leader in rushing (152.9) and scoring average (12

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96 Dion Jordan
6-7 230 Jr. DE

Chandler, Ariz.
(Chandler HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2010 Had a pair of tackles and was credited with a quarterback hurry in win vs. Portland State • Recorded three stops, including two solo tackles in win at Tennessee • Made an impressive defensive debut, recording a team-high (tie) five tackles and 1.0 TFL for a loss of six yards vs. New Mexico • Switched from tight end to defensive end during the spring and will enter fall camp among the two-deep at his new position • Equaled the fastest electronic 20-yard dash among defensive linemen at 1.71 seconds and ranked second in the electronic 40-yard dash after clocking 4.77.

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56 Josh Kaddu
6-3 235 Sr. LB

Vacaville, Calif.
(Vacaville)

Redshirt available

2010 Team-high (tie) four solo stops among his five tackles in win vs. Portland State • First career pass breakup to go with three tackles and 1.0 TFL for a 3-yard loss in victory at Tennessee • Assisted on one stop, 0.5 TFL in win over New Mexico • Sat out spring practice while recovering from injury • 355-lb. bench press tied for third among linebackers during winter testing.

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57 Keloni Kamalani
5-11 209 So. LB

Kihei, Hawaii
(Kamehameha Maui HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Saw first collegiate action in win over New Mexico, assisting on one tackle • Had 1.0 tackle for loss in the Spring Game • Member of the Oregon Iron Club, totaling 1,140 lbs. in the clean, squat and bench during winter testing • Ranked as the second-fastest at his position with an electronic 40-yard dash of 4.88 and was the fastest through 20 yards at 2.85.

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92 Wade Keliikipi
6-2 289 So. DT

Waianae, Hawaii
(Waianae HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Recorded two tackles in win at Tennessee • Made a pair of solo tackles vs. New Mexico in collegiate debut • Started at defensive tackle and recorded two tackles for the Green team in the Spring Game • Posted the fifth-best bench press among defensive linemen with a lift of 365 lbs.

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25 Boseko Lokombo
6-3 223 So. LB

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

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Totaled two tackles in win at Tennessee • Team-high (tie) five tackles, also broke up a pass in collegiate debut vs. New Mexico • Started at outside linebacker for the victorious White team in the Spring Game and had a game-high six tackles, 1.0 tackle for loss and broke up one pass • Third-fastest linebacker in the electronic 40-yard dash, clocking 4.89.

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 6 Keanon Lowe
5-9 173 RFr. WR

Portland, Ore.
(Jesuit HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2010 Arrived on campus in June and started classes summer term.

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32 J.R. Maffie
5-11 197 So. DB

Diamond Bar, Calif.
(Bishop Amat HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Made one tackle in Spring Game for the victorious White team • Tested as the fourth-fastest defensive back with a 4.83 electronic 40-yard dash during winter workouts.

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41 Alejandro Maldonado
5-10 198 So. PK

Colton, Calif.
(Colton HS)

Redshirt available

2010 Arrived on campus in June and started classes summer term.

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22 Derrick Malone
6-2 199 RFr. DB

Colton, Calif.
(Colton HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2010 Arrived on campus in June and started classes summer term.

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 6 Dior Mathis
5-9 180 RFr. CB

Detroit, Mich.
(Cass Tech HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2010 Made one tackle in Spring Game for the victorious White team • Won the “Football 60” exhibition race at the Oregon Twilight track meet, covering 60 meters in 6.87 seconds to defeat four gridiron teammates.

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94 Axel McQuaw
6-6 275 Jr. DT

Yachats, Ore.
(Waldport HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

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27 Terrance Mitchell
6-0 183 RFr. DB

Sacramento, Calif.
(Luther Burbank HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2010 In line to battle for a starting spot as a true freshman after a stellar spring • Returned an interception 46 yards for a touchdown and made five tackles for the victorious White team in the Spring Game • Enrolled early in order to participate in spring practice.

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90 Will Murphy
6-2 176 Jr. WR

Albany, Ore.
(West Albany HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2010 Saw first collegiate action vs. New Mexico, making two receptions for 22 yards • Made one catch for 11 yards for the Green team in the Spring Game • Shared top honors among team’s wide receivers during winter workouts with a 31-inch vertical jump • Clocked at 4.82 in the electronic 40-yard dash, tying for third at his position.

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59 Jeff Palmer
5-10 199 Jr. LS

Dana Point, Calif.
(Santa Margarita HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2010 Enters the season as team’s most experienced snapper.

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31 Avery Patterson
5-10 180 So. CB

Pittsburg, Calif.
(Pittsburg HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Recorded one stop in win at Tennessee • Made the first interception of his career and recorded a team-high four solo tackles in collegiate debut vs. New Mexico • Started and made one tackle for the Green team in the Spring Game..

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42 David Paulson
6-4 241 Sr. TE

Auburn, Wash.
(Riverside HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

2010   Pac-10 All-Academic first team • Caught a touchdown for the second straight game and had career-highs of four receptions and 61 yards in win at Tennessee • Made two grabs for 42 yards, including the first touchdown of his career on a 30-yard reception vs. New Mexico • Shared honors as team’s fastest tight end during winter workouts, recording an electronic time of 4.89 in the 40-yard dash • Was position’s co-leader with a 297-lb. clean, in addition to leading all tight ends with a 28.5-inch vertical leap.

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11 Eddie Pleasant
5-11 213 Sr. SS

La Palma, Calif.
(Kennedy HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

2010 Team-high (tie) eight tackles, including four solo stops in win at Tennessee • Had three tackles in win vs. New Mexico • Made a seamless transition from linebacker to safety during the spring • Led all defensive backs during winter workouts with a 455-lb. back squat • Clocked as the second fastest DB in the electronic 40-yard dash at 4.74.

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65 Isaac Remington
6-6 262 Jr. DT

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

Redshirt year: 2010

2010 Benefitted from enrolling at Oregon for winter term and took part in spring drills.

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49 Jackson Rice
6-3 220 Jr. P

Moraga, Calif.
(Campolindo HS)

Redshirt available

2010 Attempted a career-high 11 punts totaling 508 yards (46.2 avg.) - with a long of 56 - and dropped five of them inside the ASU 20-yard line in a key road win to open Pac-10 play • After UO did not punt in the opener vs. New Mexico, made the most of his season debut at Tennessee by placing all four kicks inside the 20-yard line and averaging 41.8 yards per punt with zero return yards to earn Pac-10 player of the week on special teams • Placed only one of his three punts inside the 20 against Portland State (36.3 avg.), yet only return of the game went for 1 yard.

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72 Nick Rowland
6-4 314 RFr. OL

Peoria, Ariz.
(Centennial HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2010 Arrived on campus in June and started classes summer term.

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97 Clint Sager
6-3 237 So. TE

Grants Pass, Ore.
(Hidden Valley HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010   Posted the top squat among tight ends with a lift of 435 lbs. during winter testing.

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67 Josh Sanford
6-2 276 Sr. OL

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

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Shared top honors on the offensive line during winter workouts with a 319-lb. clean • Was the fastest among linemen in the electronic 10-yard dash (1.91).

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17 James Scales
5-10 190 RFr. DB

Greensboro, N.C.
(Brittain Academy)

Redshirt year: 2010

2010 Enrolled early in order to participate in spring practice.

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15 Lache Seastrunk
5-9 188 RFr. RB

Temple, Texas
(Temple HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2010 Arrived on campus in June and started classes summer term.

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48 Eric Solis
5-10 182 RFr. PK

Sherman Oaks, Calif.
(Notre Dame HS)

Redshirt available

2010 Filled in for Rob Beard in the season opener vs. New Mexico and delivered 18 points on 3-for-4 FG attempts and nine PATs • Converted field goals from 24, 29 and 30 yards and tied UO record by converting 11 consecutive place kicks (FG or PAT) in a single game • Nine PATs vs. Lobos tied modern Oregon record.

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73 Brenton Spickerman
6-6 266 So. OL

West Linn, Ore.
(Jesuit HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Tied for fifth among offensive linemen in the electronic 40-yard dash at 5.54.

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41 Blake Stanton
5-11 216 RFr. WR

Los Angeles, Calif.
(Crespi HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

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64 Jennings Stewart
6-3 211 Jr. LB

Grants Pass, Ore.
(Grants Pass HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2010 One of four players to earn Oregon Elite status from the strength & conditioning staff for his overall performance during winter testing • Top “L” run among linebackers in a time of 7.09 • Credited win one tackle in the Spring Game.

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53 Dewitt Stuckey
5-11 221 Sr. LB

Stockton, Calif.
(Lincoln HS)

Redshirt available

2010 Credited with two tackles in win at Tennessee • Assisted on one stop in win over New Mexico • Made three solo stops for the victorious White team in the Spring Game.

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89 Brandon Swepson
6-2 190 RFr. WR

Potomac, Md.
(Winston Churchill HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

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86 Brian Teague
6-3 246 So. TE

Portland, Ore.
(David Douglas HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2010 Played for the victorious White squad in the Spring Game.

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 1 Darron Thomas
6-3 212 Jr. QB

Houston, Texas
(Aldine HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

2009 Successfully redshirted his second season, preserving three years of eligibility • Was on the travel squad and in uniform for all 13 contests • Member of Oregon Iron Club, totaling 1,026 pounds in the power clean, squat and bench press during winter testing • Fastest quarterback in the electronic 20-yard dash, clocking 2.85 • One of three players to earn the Oregon Elite distinction by the strength & conditioning staff for overall performance in the weight room and in speed and agility drills.

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40 Blake Thompson
5-11 230 Sr. LB

Cottage Grove, Ore.
(Cottage Grove HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

2010 Recorded first career tackle in win over New Mexico • Made four tackles for the victorious White team during the Spring Game • Had the fourth-best mark at his position with a 445-lb. squat during winter testing.

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59 Grant Thompson
5-11 213 RFr. LB

Cottage Grove, Ore.
(Cottage Grove HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

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94 Blake Tillis
6-0 175 Jr. WR

La Verne, Calif.
(Hampton University/Arizona State)
(Los Altos HS)

Redshirt year: 2009

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80 Lavasier Tuinei
6-5 206 Sr. WR

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

Redshirt available

2010 Had four catches for 27 yards on win at ASU • His 12-yard catch vs. Portland State kept the Ducks' scoring drive alive as they converted a march with a quick TD just before the end of the first half • Made three catches for 45 yards, including his first career touchdown on a 29-yard grab in win at Tennessee • Had two receptions for 11 yards in win vs. New Mexico • Made two catches for 23 yards for the victorious White team in the Spring Game • Tied for the third-fastest among receivers in the electronic 40-yard dash with a time of 4.82.

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45 Terrell Turner
6-3 261 Sr. DE

Los Angeles, Calif.
(Crenshaw HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

2010 Totaled three tackles in win at Tennessee • Made first career start in win over New Mexico • Started for the Green squad and had two tackles, including one for a loss in the Spring Game • Member of Oregon Iron Club, totaling 1,204 lbs. in the clean, squat and bench press during winter testing • Tied for the top spot on the team with a 395-lb. bench press.

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98 Dallen Voeller
6-3 225 RFr. WR

West Linn, Ore.
(West Linn HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

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91 Tony Washington
6-3 245 RFr. DE

Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
(Los Osos HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2010 Arrived on campus in June and started classes summer term.

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74 Darrion Weems
6-5 292 Sr. OL

Winnetka, Calif.
(Taft HS)

Redshirt year: 2007

2010 In line as the primary backup at left tackle to begin the year • Ranked third among offensive linemen with a bench press of 360 lbs. during winter testing.

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83 Curtis White
6-4 250 RFr. TE

Eugene, Ore.
(Sheldon HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2010 Arrived on campus in June and started classes summer term.

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87 Brandon Williams
6-4 237 Sr. TE

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

Redshirt year: 2010

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 2 Dontae Williams
5-11 207 RFr. RB

Houston, Texas
(Aldine HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2010 Arrived on campus in June and started classes summer term.

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97 Jonathan Witz
6-3 240 RFr. DL

Mercer Island, Wash.
(Mercer Island HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

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77 Carson York
6-5 286 Jr. OL

Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
(Lake City HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2010 Named to preseason All-Pac-10 second team by Phil Steele Publications • Equalled the fourth-best squat among offensive linemen at 450 lbs. during winter testing • Did not participate in contact drills during spring practice while recovering from injury.

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Jared Ebert
6-5 285 Jr. DL

Council Bluffs, IA
(Iowa Western C.C.)

Redshirt available

A four-star recruit according to Rivals.com and 247Sports, and a three-star prospect by Scout.com while at Iowa Western Community College ... Ranked as the No. 16 junior college recruit by 247Sports ... In 2010, he tallied 41 total tackles (19 solo) with 7.5 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks ... Named to the ICCAC All-Conference first team as a defensive lineman ... Was selected to the NJCAA All-American defensive second team ... As a JC freshman, posted 20 total tackles (nine solo), 6.5 tackles for loss and one sack in just seven games
Devon Blackmon
6-1 177 Fr. WR

Fontana, CA
(Summit)

Redshirt available

A four-year letterwinner at Summit High School under head coach Tony Barile ... Played in the 2011 Under Armour All-America game, producing one of the game's top highlights with a 58-yard touchdown reception ... A four-star recruit according to Rivals.com, Scout.com, ESPN and 247Sports ... The No. 23 player on the ESPN 150 and No. 2 wide receiver overall ... Ranked No. 35 on the Rivals 100 and No. 5 at his position ... 247Sports tabbed him as the nation's No. 32-ranked player and No. 2 athlete, as well as the third-best player in California
Tra Carson
6-0 227 Fr. RB

Texarkana, TX
(Liberty-Eylau)

Redshirt available

A four-year letterwinner in football at Liberty-Eylau High School, also lettered in basketball under head coach Craig Colvins ... A four-star recruit by Scout.com, garnered three stars from Rivals.com, ESPN and 247Sports.com ... Considered the No. 22 running back nationally by Scout.com ... Broke LaMichael James' single-season school record as a senior, when he ran for 2,202 yards and 24 TDs on 196 carries, averaging 11.2 yards per carry and 200.2 yards per game
Rahim Cassell
6-0 205 Fr. LB

Lakewood, CA
(Lakewood)

Redshirt available

A three-star recruit according to Rivals.com, Scout.com, ESPN and 247Sports.com ... Rated as the No. 30 outside linebacker prospect by ESPN ... Ranked as the 21st-best player at his position by Tom Lemming of CBS College Sports, No. 49 by Scout.com and No. 60 by Rivals.com ... PrepStar Magazine All-West Region ... Considered the No. 85 prep recruit in the state of California by Rivals.com ... As a senior, tallied 55 tackles, including 38 solo stops, made one sack and forced a fumble for the Lancers, who finished 10-2 and advanced to the second round of the CIF Southern Section Pac-5 playoff bracket
Tyson Coleman
6-1 203 Fr. LB

Lake Oswego, OR
(Lake Oswego)

Redshirt available

A two-way standout and three-year letterwinner for head coach Steve Coury at Lake Oswego High School ... Garnered four stars from Scout.com and ESPN, and three stars from Rivals.com and 247Sports.com ... Rated as the 17th-best outside linebacker prospect by ESPN and the No. 20 prep OLB by CBS College Sports' Tom Lemming and Rivals.com
Ifo Ekpre-Olomu
5-10 182 Fr. DB

Chino Hills, CA
(Chino Hills)

Redshirt available

A three-year letterwinner for Chino Hills High School and head coach Derek Bub as a running back and defensive back ... A consensus four-star recruit, earning the rating from Rivals.com, Scout.com, ESPN and 247Sports.com ... The No. 17 cornerback nationally according the both Rivals.com and ESPN, he ranked as the 18th-best player in the state of California by Rivals ... Considered the No. 18 cornerback by Scout.com and ranked as the No. 12 corner by Tom Lemming of CBS College Sports ... PrepStar Magazine All-American ... As a senior, rushed 126 times for 797 yards and eight touchdowns while accumulating 30 catches for 385 yards and four touchdowns ... Defensively, he accounted for 71 total tackles (38 solo), two interceptions and a pair of forced fumbles
James Euscher
6-7 275 Fr. OL

Beaverton, OR
(Aloha)

Redshirt available

A three-sport athlete at Aloha High School, competing in football, basketball and track & field ... A three-star recruit according to Rivals.com, Scout.com and 247Sports.com, while garnering two stars from ESPN ... PrepStar Magazine All-West Region ... Received honorable mention from the Tacoma News Tribune on their annual list of Northwest Nuggets
Jake Fisher
6-6 270 Fr. OL

Travers City, MI
(Kennedy HS)

Redshirt available

A standout tight end and defensive lineman for Traverse City West High School, garnered four stars from Scout.com and three stars from Rivals.com, ESPN and 247Sports.com ... Rated as the No. 25 offensive tackle prospect in the nation by Scout.com and the fifth-best overall player in Michigan by Rivals.com ... PrepStar Magazine All-Midwest Region
Christian French
6-5 236 Fr. TE

Cedar Rapids, IA
(Kennedy)

Redshirt available

Selected to the U.S. Army All-American game ... A four-star recruit by Rivals.com, ESPN and 247Sports.com, while garnering three stars from Scout.com ... A member of the Rivals 100 (No. 87), the recruiting site also considers him as the top prospect in Iowa and No. 5 athlete nationally ... Rated as the 77th best high school football player in the country by Sporting News and the No. 32 athlete according to ESPN ... No. 85 player on the PrepStar Magazine Dream Team ... Started at outside linebacker during his senior season at Kennedy High School, compiling 71 tackles, three sacks and 10 tackles for loss, while forcing a pair of fumbles and recovering another ... On offense, made 10 receptions for 111 yards and rushed three times for 85 yards and a touchdown 
Carlyle Garrick
6-2 204 Fr. LB

Castro Valley, CA
(Castro Valley)

Redshirt available

Played receiver and defensive back at Castro Valley High School for head coach Nic McMaster ... A three-star recruit by Rivals.com, ESPN and 247Sports.com, despite sitting out his senior season to rehabilitate an injury ... Garnered two stars from Scout.com ... As a junior, recorded 29 catches for 456 yards and four touchdowns ... named to the All-HAAL League first team at wide receiver …  Also competed in track & field in high school, running in the 4x100, 4x200, 4x400 relays, sprint medley, distance medley, 100 meters and 400 meters ... Posted times of 50.75 seconds in the 400 meters and 22.64 in the 200 meters as a sophomore.
Rodney Hardrick
6-1 225 Fr. LB

Colton, CA
(Colton)

Redshirt available

Helped Colton High School to a CIF Southern Section championship in 2010 under head coach Richard Bray ... Played tight end in addition to outside linebacker for the Yellowjackets ... A three-star recruit according to Rivals.com, Scout.com, ESPN and 247Sports.com ... Considered the No. 35 OLB prospect in the country by Scout.com ... Saw his statistical production explode as a senior with 41 catches for 808 yards and 10 touchdowns on offense to go with 98 total tackles (69 solo), six sacks, two interceptions, seven pass deflections, four forced fumbles and a pair of fumble recoveries on defense 
Tyler Johnstone
6-6 250 Fr. OL

Chandler, AZ
(Hamilton)

Redshirt available

A two-year letterwinner in football under head coach Steve Belles at Hamilton High School ... Garnered four stars from Rivals.com, Scout.com and 247Sports.com, and three stars from ESPN ... Ranked as the 16th-best prep offensive tackle in the nation by Rivals.com and No. 22 by Scout.com ... Considered the No. 5 player in the state of Arizona by Rivals.com ... PrepStar Magazine All-West Region ... Helped the Huskies to back-to-back state titles and a 29-1 overall record during his junior and senior seasons, ending his prep career as a part of 25 consecutive victories
Sam Kamp
6-4 247 Fr. DL

Mesa, AZ
(Mountain View)

Redshirt available

A three-year letterwinner for Mountain View High School under head coach Tom Joseph, did not play as a senior due to injury ... A three-star recruit according to Rivals.com, Scout.com, ESPN and 247Sports.com ... Rated as the No.14 overall prospect in the state of Arizona by Rivals.com ... PrepStar Magazine All-West Region ... As a junior, helped the Lions to a 5A Central League title, tallying 68 tackles, eight sacks and one interception with two fumble recoveries and five pass breakups
B.J. Kelley
6-2 175 Fr. WR

Fresno, CA
(Central East)

Redshirt available

A four-star recruit according to ESPN, while garnering three stars from Rivals.com, Scout.com and 247Sports.com ... Considered the No. 26 wide receiver prospect in the nation by ESPN ... As a senior, helped Central High School advance to the second round of the CIF Central Section playoffs under head coach Casey Quinn, recording 51 catches for 1,223 yards (24.0 yards per reception) and 17 touchdowns ... Also ran the ball 12 times for 110 yards and a score
Lake Koa-Ka'ai
6-4- 245 Fr. DL

Honolulu, HI
(Kamehameha School)

Redshirt available

Lettered in football, basketball and track & field while attending Kamehameha Schools Kapalama in Honolulu ... A four-star recruit by Scout.com, while garnering three stars from Rivals.com, ESPN and 247Sports.com ... Tabbed as the No. 30 defensive end prospect by ESPN and No. 31 by Scout.com in the 2011 class ... Rated as the 4th-best high school player in Hawaii by Rivals.com
Colt Lyerla
6-5- 225 Fr. WR

Hillsboro, OR
(Hillsboro)

Redshirt available

Competed in the 2010 Army All-American game, starting at linebacker ... Rated a five-star recruit by Rivals.com while garnering four stars from Scout.com and 247Sports ... Ranked No. 26 on the Rivals 100 as the top player in the state as well as the No. 2 overall athlete in the country ... No. 29 player on PrepStar Magazine Dream Team. Rated as the No. 51 overall prospect and No. 5 athlete by 247Sports ... No. 4 outside linebacker recruit according to Scout.com ... A three-star prospect as rated by ESPN, which ranked him the 34th best athlete overall ... Selected to the Long Beach Post Telegram Best in the West first team and was one of just eight Northwest players recognized on the Tacoma News Tribune's annual Northwest Nuggets list ... Posted 1,519 rushing yards and 352 receiving yards, while averaging 12.5 points per game as a senior for head coach Ken Ingram at Hillsboro High School ... Also contributed 45 tackles and two sacks during final prep season
Marcus Mariota
6-4- 194 Fr. QB

Honolulu, HI
(St. Louis)

Redshirt available

A four-star recruit according to 247Sports.com, garnered three stars from both Rivals.com and Scout.com ... Rated the No. 6 recruiting prospect in the state of Hawaii and No. 12 overall quarterback in the nation by Rivals.com ... PrepStar Magazine All-West Region ... As a senior, threw for 2,597 yards on 165 of 255 passing (64.7%), including 32 touchdowns against only five interceptions ... Guided the Crusaders to an 11-1 record and a state title ... Also rushed the ball 60 times for 455 yards (7.6 yards per carry) and seven scores
Jamal Prater
6-4- 290 Fr. OL

Etiwanda, CA
(Etiwanda)

Redshirt available

A three-year letterwinner in football at Etiwanda High School under head coach Stephen Bryce ... Named a three-star recruit by Rivals.com and Scout.com while garnering two stars from ESPN ... Considered the No. 58 prep offensive guard prospect by Scout.com and No. 73 prep offensive tackle in the country by Rivals.com ... PrepStar Magazine All-West Region
Tacoi Sumler
5-9 166 Fr. WR

Miami, FL
(Columbus)

Redshirt available

A two-sport standout at Christopher Columbus High School, competing in football and track, and considered by some to be the fastest prep football recruit in the country ... Competed in the Under Armour All-American game and was selected to the USA U19 national team roster for the USA vs. the World game ... A four-star prospect by Rivals.com, ESPN and 247Sports.com, garnered three stars from Scout.com ... A member of the ESPN 150 (No. 62) and rated as the 11th-best wide receiver ... Tabbed as the 27th-best receiver nationally and No. 36 overall prospect in the state of Florida by Rivals.com ... No. 87 high school football player in the country according to Sporting News ... PrepStar Magazine All-American ... As a junior, caught 54 passes for 994 yards and 17 touchdowns ... Recorded two scores on kickoff returns and accumulated four interceptions, including one Pick-6 ... Named to the All-State Class 2B second team and All-Dade County first team ... Was the National Underclassman Combine overall MVP two years in a row ... Made 32 grabs for 509 yards with five touchdowns for Gulliver Prep High School (Pinecrest, Fla.) as a sophomore ... Has run a 10.49 in the 100 meters in track and clocked the fastest time in the nation in 2010 according to ESPN's Scouts Inc. with a time of 4.24 seconds in the 40-yard dash ... His time of 4.33 in the 40 at Schuman's National Underclassman Combine was the second-fastest in that camp's history
De'Anthony Thomas
5-9 160 Fr. ATH

Los Angeles, CA
(Crenshaw HS)

Redshirt available

Selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American game ... A five-star recruit according to Rivals.com, Scout.com and 247Sports.com. while garnering four stars form ESPN ... Considered the No. 1 athlete in the nation by Rivals.com and ESPN, and the No. 1 cornerback prospect by Scout.com and 247Sports.com ... Rated as the No. 2 athlete by Tom Lemming of CBS College Sports ... No. 5 player on the PrepStar Magazine Dream Team ... Helped lead Crenshaw High School to 12 consecutive wins to end the season, including the CIF Los Angeles Section state title in 2010 ... Rushed for 1,299 yards on just 114 carries (11.4 yards per carry) with 18 touchdowns, and made 16 catches for 359 yards (22.4 avg.) and four scores as a senior ... On defense, made 42 tackles and had five interceptions totaling 122 return yards in 2010 ... Named MVP by the City Section coaches, All-City first-team on defense and City Section Player of the Year ... Winner of the Glenn Davis Award, presented by the Los Angeles Times to best high school player in the Los Angeles area
Rahsaan Vaughn
6-2 192 Jr. WR

San Mateo, CA
(College of San Mateo)

Redshirt available

A junior college transfer from the College of San Mateo ... A four-star recruit according to Rivals.com and Scout.com ... Rated the top junior college wide receiver in the country by JCGridiron.com ... A first-team All-American as a sophomore at the College of San Mateo, making more than 60 catches and totaling over 1,000 yards while amassing 12 touchdowns in 11 games ... Posted 17 catches for 238 yards and 3 TDs in eight games in 2009 for the Bulldogs ... Will be a true junior upon arriving in Eugene, meaning he will have three years to play two
Anthony Wallace
6-0 221 Fr. LB

Dallas, TX
(Skyline)

Redshirt available

Played in the 2011 Under Armour All-American game ... Garnered four stars from Rivals.com, Scout.com, ESPN and 247Sports.com ... Considered the No. 6 inside linebacker recruit in the nation by Rivals.com and the 15th-best prep player in the state of Texas ... Scout.com pegs him as the No. 6 recruit nationally at middle linebacker ... A member of the ESPN 150 (No. 147) and ranked as the No. 7 ILB by ESPN ... Considered the No. 9 ILB by Tom Lemming and No. 11 by 247Sports.com ... PrepStar Magazine All-American ... As a senior, helped Skyline High School to an unbeaten 7-0 league record in 5A Region II District 9 under head coach Reginald Samples ... Piled up 115 tackles and earned honorable mention All-State distinction at linebacker in 2010
Andre Yruretagoyena
6-5 260 Fr. OL

Scottsdale, AZ
(Chaparral)

Redshirt available

A consensus four-star recruit, earning the distinction from Rivals.com, Scout.com, ESPN and 247Sports.com ... Ranked as the No. 7 prep offensive tackle by both ESPN and 247Sports.com, and rated No. 10 and No. 13 at his position by Rivals.com and Scout.com, respectively ... A member of the ESPN 150 (No. 102), competed in the Under Armour All-American game ... Considered the second-best prep recruit in the state of Arizona by 247Sports.com and fourth-best by Rivals.com ... PrepStar Magazine All-American ... Helped lead Chaparral High School to a perfect 14-0 season in 2010 and back-to-back Class 5A-II state championship under head coach Charlie Ragle ... Contributed to an offensive line that saw the Firebirds rush for nearly 3,700 yards (263 per game), 54 TDs and average more than 7.4 yards per carry
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.
 
    Returning Starters  Returning Players  2010 Redshirt Players  Incoming Players  Walk-0ns   Class/Exp      Showing Rivals.com rating  Showing Scout.com rating  Showing best Scout or Rivals rating  
 
Offense
Wide Receiver
81 
Justin Hoffman  Jr.
 6 
Keanon Lowe  RFr.
84 
Chad Delaney  So.
92 
Ben Butterfield  So.
 
Rahsaan Vaughn  Jr.
 
B.J. Kelley  Fr.
 
Running Back
21 
LaMichael James  Jr.
24 
Kenjon Barner  Jr.
15 
Lache Seastrunk  RFr.
 2 
Dontae Williams  RFr.
33 
Ayele Forde  RFr.
37 
Anthony Blake  Jr.
 
De'Anthony Thomas  Fr.
 
Tra Carson  Fr.
 
Quarterback
 1 
Darron Thomas  Jr.
 3 
Bryan Bennett  RFr.
14 
Dustin Haines  So.
 
Marcus Mariota  Fr.
 
Wide Receiver
 4 
Josh Huff  So.
 9 
Blake Cantu  So.
16 
Daryle Hawkins  So.
41 
Blake Stanton  RFr.
91 
Dane Ebanez  RFr.
 
Tacoi Sumler  Fr.
 
Colt Lyerla  Fr.
 
Wide Receiver
80 
Lavasier Tuinei  Sr.
19 
Eric Dungy  RFr.
90 
Will Murphy  Jr.
30 
Nick Cole  So.
96 
Isiah Burks  Sr.
94 
Blake Tillis  Jr.
 
Devon Blackmon  Fr.
Right Tackle
61 
Nick Cody  Jr.
71 
Everett Benyard  So.
73 
Brenton Spickerman  So.
 
Andre Yruretagoyena  Fr.
 
James Euscher  Fr.
Right Guard
79 
Mark Asper  Sr.
70 
Ramsen Golpashin  Sr.
72 
Nick Rowland  RFr.
 
Jamal Prater  Fr.
Center
60 
Ryan Clanton  Jr.
78 
Karrington Armstrong  So.
52 
Hroniss Grasu  RFr.
 
Jake Fisher  Fr.
Left Guard
77 
Carson York  Jr.
63 
Mana Greig  So.
57 
Trevor Fox  So.
67 
Josh Sanford  Sr.
Left Tackle
74 
Darrion Weems  Sr.
75 
Jamaal Burrell  So.
 
Tyler Johnstone  Fr.
Tight End/H Back
42 
David Paulson  Sr.
87 
Brandon Williams  Sr.
83 
Curtis White  RFr.
86 
Brian Teague  So.
97 
Clint Sager  So.
98 
Dallen Voeller  RFr.
 
Christian French  Fr.
 
Defense
 
Left Defensive End
45 
Terrell Turner  Sr.
85 
Anthony Anderson  So.
91 
Tony Washington  RFr.
 
Sam Kamp  Fr.
Left Defensive Tackle
66 
Taylor Hart  So.
65 
Isaac Remington  Jr.
60 
Ryan Hagen  So.
 
Jared Ebert  Jr.
Right Defensive Tackle
92 
Wade Keliikipi  So.
90 
Ricky Heimuli  So.
97 
Jonathan Witz  RFr.
Right Defensive End
96 
Dion Jordan  Jr.
44 
Brandon Hanna  Sr.
94 
Axel McQuaw  Jr.
 
Lake Koa-Ka'ai  Fr.
 
 
Weakside Linebacker
46 
Michael Clay  Jr.
40 
Blake Thompson  Sr.
59 
Grant Thompson  RFr.
 
Rodney Hardrick  Fr.
 
Tyson Coleman  Fr.
Middle Linebacker
49 
Kiko Alonso  Jr.
53 
Dewitt Stuckey  Sr.
64 
Jennings Stewart  Jr.
51 
Isaac Ava  RFr.
 
Anthony Wallace  Fr.
Strongside Linebacker
56 
Josh Kaddu  Sr.
25 
Boseko Lokombo  So.
22 
Derrick Malone  RFr.
57 
Keloni Kamalani  So.
38 
Mike Garrity  RFr.
89 
Brandon Swepson  RFr.
 
Rahim Cassell  Fr.
 
Carlyle Garrick  Fr.
 
Left Cornerback
13 
Cliff Harris  Jr.
27 
Terrance Mitchell  RFr.
 6 
Dior Mathis  RFr.
 2 
Troy Hill  RFr.
 
Ifo Ekpre-Olomu  Fr.
 
Free Safety
20 
John Boyett  Jr.
12 
Brian Jackson  So.
 4 
Erick Dargan  RFr.
 
Isaac Dixon  Fr.
32 
J.R. Maffie  So.
Rover
11 
Eddie Pleasant  Sr.
 3 
Marcus Davis  Jr.
17 
James Scales  RFr.
 
Right Cornerback
18 
Anthony Gildon  Sr.
31 
Avery Patterson  So.
28 
Scott Grady  Jr.
 
Special Teams
Kick Off
93 
Rob Beard  Jr.
48 
Eric Solis  RFr.
41 
Alejandro Maldonado  So.

Place Kicker
93 
Rob Beard  Jr.
48 
Eric Solis  RFr.
Punter
49 
Jackson Rice  Jr.
41 
Alejandro Maldonado  So.
Kick Returner
 4 
Josh Huff  So.
24 
Kenjon Barner  Jr.
Punt Returner
13 
Cliff Harris  Jr.
24 
Kenjon Barner  Jr.
Long Snapper
50 
Drew Howell  RFr.
59 
Jeff Palmer  Jr.
Holder
49 
Jackson Rice  Jr.
 1 
Darron Thomas  Jr.
 
injury icon = Player is injured   I = Player is ineligible.   R = Player is probably redshirting this season. Last Updated: 02/04/2011