Chile Duck's
Duck Depth Chart
Week 4 - Washington State
September 20, 2014

Player information and summary text has been obtained from GoDucks.com the official web site for Oregon Football. Depth positions are taken from Game 4 Oregon vs Washington State game notes as well as media and internet reports primarily from the blog by Rob Moseley, Editor, GoDucks.com.
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 1  Chance Allen
6-2 200 RSo. WR

Missouri City, Texas
(Fort Bend Elkins HS)

Redshirt year: 2012

2013 — Came off the bench in nine games as one of team’s youngest prospects in a deep receiving corps, grabbing a season-best two catches (30 yards) and his lone touchdown (23 yards) in the season opener vs. Nicholls . . . Added single catches against Tennessee (11 yards), Colorado, and Stanford (20 yards), topped by a 37-yard reception at Colorado . . . Caught two passes for 16 yards in the 2014 Spring Game. 2012 — Member of the scout team during his redshirt campaign . . . Caught one pass for 20 yards in Spring Game.

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 1  Arrion Springs
5-11 203 Fr. DB

San Antonio, Texas
(Roosevelt HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- Participating in the UnderArmour All-America Game, was included among the top 50 prospects and sixth cornerback on the ESPN 300 ledger . . . Posted 75 tackles (46 unassisted), three tackles-for-loss and one interception his senior year to earn second-team All-Area plaudits by the San Antonio Express-News . . . Also added a pair of fumble recoveries and forced one loose ball in addition to 16 catches for 296 yards and six touchdowns . . . Included were single-game bests of nine tackles (7 solo) vs. Johnson as well as five receptions for 110 yards and two scores against Bowie . . . Displayed his versatility by also playing quarterback for the Rough Riders, who finished with a 3-7 record under first-year head coach Matt Carroll . . . His 63 tackles and four interceptions from 2012 pushed his three-year career totals to 180 tackles (113 solo) 11 TFLs, five interceptions and three recovered fumbles . . . Characterized by his quickness and lateral agility, he possesses the speed to close fast on a downfield receiver as well as the frame to make an impact on those carrying the football.

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 2  Tyree Robinson
6-4 200 RFr. DB

San Diego, Calif.
(Lincoln HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

 2013 – His development the latter half of the fall may have caused coaches to rethink his redshirt status but his play in the spring indicated he could become a bigger factor his second time around . . . Contributed to scout teams last fall and credited with four tackles, an interception and one pass break-up in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 3  Ty Griffin
6-0 191 RFr. QB

Powder Springs, Calif.
(Georgia Tech)

Redshirt year: 2013

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 3  Dior Mathis
5-9 179 RSr. DB

Detroit, Mich.
(Cass Tech HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2013 — One of the secondary’s most experienced reserves played in all 13 games while finishing with 18 tackles (11 unassisted) . . . Ranked seventh among the team’s defensive backs in tackles in addition to returning an interception 97 yards at Virginia - the longest non-scoring interception return in school history and tied as the second-longest overall . . . Also added three stops vs. the Cavaliers, included 1.5 tackles for loss . . . Blocked a field goal try in the season opener vs. Nicholls before falling on the loose ball in his longest stint of the season (50 snaps) . . . Matched his career high with five tackles in win over Utah . . . Added three tackles in wins over Washington State (all solo) and Oregon State . . . Was credited with two tackles and an interception in the2014 Spring Game.

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 4  Erick Dargan
5-11 210 RSr. DB

Pittsburg, Calif.
(Pittsburg HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2013 — Earned second-team Pac-12 all-conference honors as a special teams standout in addition to looming as one of the secondary’s top reserves . . . Was credited with 24 tackles (12 unassisted) in 11 appearances, including a season-high four stops in consecutive contests against Virginia, Tennessee (2 solo) and California . . . Finished tied for third on the team in special teams tackles with eight . . . Broke up three of his four passes in the first two weeks of the season, including a pair of deflections vs. the Cavaliers . . . Added a forced fumble against Washington State . . . Took part in 45 snaps or more in nine of his first 10 games, including 71 plays against the Cougars and 68 vs. California.

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 5  Devon Allen
6-0 185 RFr. WR

Phoenix, Ariz.
(Brophy Prep HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

2013 — Collegiate experience limited as a redshirt freshman while struggling to remain healthy yet made the most of his opportunities in the 2014 spring, both on the football field and the oval track . . . Emerged as one of the program’s most promising receivers of the future during spring drills, culminated with a 49-yard touchdown grab among his two catches for 94 yards and two scores in the Spring Game . . . Scored second at the Pac-12 Track & Field Championships in both the 110 (13.47) and 400 hurdles (51.19) before snapping the school’s 10-year-old high hurdles school record in the NCAA regionals (13.27) . . . Culminated his inaugural collegiate track season by surging to the NCAA 110-meter hurdles crown in a championship meet-record 13.16  and the second-fastest collegiate clocking ever.  

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 5  Issac Dixon
5-11 197 RJr. DB

Opa Locka, Fla.
(Monsignor Pace HS)

Redshirt year: 2011

2013 — Completed his sophomore season with 10 tackles in seven appearances, with seven of his stops being unassisted . . . Was credited with a season-best five tackles in the win over Tennessee, including a team-high four takedowns against the Volunteers . . . Contributed three more tackles vs. California . . . Participated in 30 or more snaps in consecutive appearances against Virginia (37), Tennessee and the Golden Bears. 2012 — Made appearances in seven straight games after missing season opener, recording tackles in six of them … Finished year with 14 tackles (7 solo), including single-game best five stops vs. Colorado . . . Also added four stops against Tennessee Tech . . . Contributed a pair of tackles vs. Washington and at Arizona State (2 solo) while returning an interception 4 yards against the Huskies. 2011 — Worked on the scout team during redshirt season … Took part in spring practice.

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 6  Dominique Harrison
5-11 175 Jr. DB

Tracy, Calif.
(Contra Costa College)
(Tracy HS)

Redshirt available

2014 -- Arrived at Oregon for the start of the winter term in order to take part in the Ducks’ off-season conditioning program . . . Tallied a pair of tackles (1 unassisted) in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 6  Charles Nelson
5-9 170 Fr. WR

Daytona Beach, Fla.
(Seabreeze HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- The all-purpose threat emerged as the top-ranked standout on the Orlando Sentinel’s 2014 Central Florida Super60 ledger as well as among the newspaper’s premier 20 players on its Florida Top 100 list . . . Caught 37 passes for 512 yards and seven touchdowns his senior season in addition to contributing a trio of rushing scores and three kickoff returns for TDs . . . Earned first-team all-state acclaim by the Associated Press and received first-team All-Area recognition as a wide receiver by the Daytona Beach News-Journal . . . Added 57 tackles and four interceptions as a defensive back for the Sandcrabs while returning one of the picks for a touchdown . . . Was selected MVP of the U.S. contingent in the Under-19 International Bowl vs. Canada after returning a punt 90 yards for a touchdown in addition to five catches for another 56 yards . . . Took advantage of his low center of gravity and quickness to emerge as an explosive playmaker with breakaway speed, as witnessed by placing fourth in the state 3A 100 meters as a junior.

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 7  Keanon Lowe
5-9 186 RSr. WR

Portland, Ore.
(Jesuit HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2013 — The second-year starter put together his most consistent season to date as team’s fifth-leading receiver caught passes in 10 of his 12 appearances . . . Opened the first nine games of the year as well as the Alamo Bowl win over Texas, finishing the year with 18 catches for 233 yards and three touchdowns . . . Also returned seven kickoffs for 128 yards (18.3 avg.) . . . Grabbed a season-high four catches for 48 yards and one score in the win over Washington State . . . Also contributed three receptions for 26 yards in wins at Virginia (including 1 TD) and Washington, in addition to returning two kicks for 30 yards in Seattle . . . Enjoyed a career-long 40-yard reception in the season-opening victory over Nicholls in addition to returning two kickoffs for 60 yards, including a season-long 48-yarder . . . Also one of team’s kick coverage mainstays, recording a trio of unassisted tackles among his four stops, with two of them occurring against the Cavaliers . . . Yet his forte remained his tenacity as a blocker as he often could be found downfield springing a ball carrier for a sizeable gain . . . Took part in more than 70 plays on five occasions, including 80 snaps against the Huskies.

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 8  Reggie Daniels
6-1 205 RSo. DB

Chandler, Ariz.
(Hamilton HS)

Redshirt year: 2012

2013 —Came off the bench to post six tackles (3 unassisted) in 10 games, including a pair of stops at Virginia and vs. Washington State . . . Also broke up one pass during the win over Tennessee . . . Took part in a season-high 35 snaps in Charlottesville and 24 against the Cougars while making his greatest share of contributions the first half of the season . . . He was credited with three solo tackles in addition to breaking up a trio of passes in the 2014 Spring Game. 2012 — Worked with the scout team during redshirt campaign.

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 8  Marcus Mariota
6-4 219 RJr. QB

Honolulu, Hawaii
(St. Louis HS)

Redshirt year: 2011

Career – One of the most prolific quarterbacks in school history enters his junior year already owning the program’s career record for most rushing yards by an Oregon quarterback (1,467), the highest career completion percentage (.658), and has tied Joey Harrington’s school standard for most total offense TDs (77) . . . The Hawaii native also ranks second in career touchdown passes (63) and fourth on the school’s all-time list for total offense (7,809 yards). 2013 — Few Oregon quarterbacks have performed at such a high level or displayed more courage than the Pac-12 Conference’s two-time first-team all-league signal-caller as he completed 245 of 386 passes (65.8 percent) for 3,665 yards, 31 touchdowns and only four interceptions . . . He ended the year leading the league in passing efficiency (167.7), passing yards per completion (14.96 avg.) and total points responsible for (240) while ranking seventh in the country in the former two categories and tied for ninth in the latter . . . Nationally, he also rated ninth in total offense (336.9), 12th in touchdown passes (31), as well as 14th in passing yards per game (281.9) . . . The All-America candidate and Manning Award finalist was named a semifinalist for the Maxwell Award (college player of the year), the Davey O’Brien Award (national quarterback award) and the Walter Camp Award (most outstanding player) . . .The first player in school history to eclipse 4,000 yards of total offense in a single season (4,380) was one of three league players to surpass the previous Pac-12 season record in 2013

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 9  Arik Armstead
6-8 290 Jr. DL

Sacramento, Calif.
(Pleasant Grove HS)

Redshirt available

2013 — Became a mainstay in the Ducks’ defensive line rotation regardless of his status as a starter or coming off the bench, posting five unassisted tackles among his 15 total stops in 13 appearances . . . Opened the first five games of the year along the defensive front before serving as a reserve the latter half of the year, completing the year with a pair of assisted tackles in the Alamo Bowl win vs. Texas . . . Credited with three tackles at both Virginia and Stanford while picking up tackles-for-losses against the Cardinal and Nicholls . . . Enjoyed his first unassisted quarterback sack in the season opener against Nicholls . . . Took part in 40 or more snaps in five of the first seven games . . . Elevated his game throughout the 2014 spring while he was credited with a quarterback sack and two unassisted tackles in the Spring Game.

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 9  Byron Marshall
5-10 205 Jr. RB

San Jose, Calif.
(Valley Christian HS)

Redshirt available

2013 — Oregon’s 20th 1,000-yard rusher (1,038) and eighth in the past seven years finished fifth in the Pac-12 Conference in rushing (86.5 avg.) and sixth in scoring via touchdowns (7.0 ppg.) . . .  The league’s top returning 2014 rusher earned honorable mention Pac-12 all-conference acclaim while adding 155 receiving yards on 13 catches . . . Ran for more than 100 yards six times, including a career-high 192 yards and three touchdowns in a win over Washington State, despite missing Oregon’s regular-season finale vs. Oregon State and taking only nine snaps the previous week at Arizona . . . Also had a season-high 54 yards receiving in WSU game to finish with career single-game best 246 all-purpose yards . . . Gained 133 yards and matched a season-high with three touchdowns in a win over UCLA to cap a stretch of five straight games rushing over the century mark . . . Averaged a season-high 15.5 yards per carry in his starting debut vs. Nicholls . . . The recipient of team’s Duane J. Cargill Memorial Award as its outstanding offensive impact player accounted for multiple TDs on five occasions and put points on the scoreboard in seven of 12 appearances . . . Carried the football 23 times at Colorado and endured a four-game stretch of taking part in 46 or more plays against California, Colorado (53), Washington and Washington State.

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 10  Johnathan Loyd
5-8 165 RSr. WR

Las Vegas, Nev.
(Bishop Gorman HS)

Redshirt available

2014 – Joined the football program the second week of spring drills after completing a four-year Oregon basketball career as the winningest player in school history (97 career victories in a school-record 144 games)...Dusted off his skills as a standout prep receiver and kick returner, catching one pass for four yards in the 2014 Spring Game...Completed his basketball career fourth on Oregon’s all-time steals list (152) and fifth in assists (468) as the Ducks’ fifth-leading 2013-14 scorer (7.0 ppg) finished second in the Pac-12 in assist-to-turnover ratio (2.7 avg.).

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 11  Bralon Addison
5-10 190 Jr. WR

Missouri City, Texas
(Fort Bend Hightower HS)

Redshirt available

2013 — An honorable mention Pac-12 all-conference pick after starting 11 of Oregon’s 13 games . . . Team’s second-leading receiver stands sixth all-time in single-season receptions with 61, while finishing the year with 890 receiving yards and seven touchdowns . . . Ranked 10th in the Pac-12 in catches with totals that would have led the team’s receiving corps each of the previous two seasons . . . Ranked 14th in the country (second in the league) in punt returns (14.1 avg.) . . . Returned 20 punts for 281 yards and two TDs . . . Shared honors as Oregon’s fifth-best scorer (54 points) . . . Named Pac-12 Special Teams Player of the Week after tying a school record with two punt returns for scores in win over California, in addition to having a third return for a score nullified by a penalty against Utah . . . Led the Ducks in catches on two occasions, including a single-game best eight receptions for 157 yards at Washington,  while sharing team-high nine other times . . . Enjoyed back-to-back 100-yard receiving efforts against Colorado (158) and Washington, finishing with a pair of TD grabs vs. both foes . . . Caught six or more passes four times – vs. Tennessee (78 yards), Washington (157), UCLA (66), and at Arizona (56), and nabbed five catches for 48 yards in Alamo Bowl win against his home-state Longhorns . . . Added 21 yards on three carries during the season.

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 11  Justin Hollins
6-6 220 Fr. LB

Arlington, Texas
(Martin HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- Ranked among North Texas’ top 10 recruits by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram as well as the state’s elite 100 prospects by Rivals.com . . . Accrued 59 tackles (39 unassisted) in 12 games in his lone season with the Warriors after playing at Arlington’s Grace Prep his junior year . . . Also contributed 15 tackles-for-loss, four quarterback sacks, two fumble recoveries and a blocked punt in 2013 for a team that reached the third round of the 5A Division I playoffs . . . Tallied a season-best 11 tackles in the season finale and added five TFLs among his seven stops earlier in the year against Paschal . . . Scored his lone touchdown of his senior season on a 14-yard catch vs. Odessa in addition to registering four tackles and recovering one fumble . . . Characterized as a player with tremendous speed for his size who possesses a great first step off the line of scrimmage . . . Team finished 2013 with a 10-3 record under head coach Bill Wager, with two of the three losses coming at the hands of the state runners-up.

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 12  Taylor Alie
6-0 175 RFr. QB

Eugene, Ore.
(Sheldon HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

2013 — Served as one of Oregon’s scout team quarterbacks while redshirting as a true freshman . . . Impressed coaches during 2014 spring drills while completing three of eight passes for 18 yards and one touchdown (20 yards) in the Spring Game . . . Also carried the ball four times for 18 yards.

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 12  Chris Seisay
6-1 187 RFr. DB

American Canyon, Calif.
(American Canyon HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

 2013 —  Demonstrated the talent to move into the rotation in the secondary in 2014 after exhibiting solid skills on the scout team during his redshirt year . . . Was credited with three tackles and broke up one pass in the 2014 Spring Game.  

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 13  Troy Hill
5-11 175 RSr. DB

Youngstown, Ohio
(St. Bonaventure)

Redshirt year: 2010

2013 — The Ducks’ fifth-leading tackler among their defensive backs assumed the role as the program’s top reserve cornerback and nickel-back stalwart, finishing the year with 29 tackles (21 solo) and four deflected passes . . . Stepped onto the field for the first 11 games, including a season-high 84 snaps in the season-opening win vs. Nicholls . . . Also a contributor on special teams, racking up seven tackles along with 91 yards on five kickoff returns, including a collegiate-best 40-yard run-back  at Arizona . . . Enjoyed a season-high five tackles at Virginia and against Washington State . . . Was credited with four stops three times, with the first coming in the season opener against Nicholls and the last occurring at Washington, along with a forced fumble.

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 14  Ifo Ekpre-Olomu
5-10 195 Sr. DB

Chino Hills, Calif.
(Chino Hills HS)

Redshirt available

2013 — The two-time first-team Pac-12 all-conference selection (Pac-12 coaches) earned first-team All-America acclaim from ESPN.com and Fox Sports . . . Also named to the Walter Camp All-America second team while also receiving second-team accolades from  CBSSports.com, the Football Writers Association of America, and USA Today All-America . . .  The second-year starter extended his string of consecutive opening assignments to 27 games with starts in all 13 games . . . Finished the season second on the team with 84 tackles - including a team-high 53 unassisted stops - was tied for second in interceptions (3) and passes broken up (6), and shared fifth in tackles-for-loss (5 for loss of 14 yards) . . . Also was second on the team in special teams tackles with nine . . . All three interceptions occurred in the end zone to halt opponents’ scoring drives . . . Named a semifinalist for both the Jim Thorpe Award and the Bednarik Award, while also earning a spot on the Bronko Nagurski Trophy watch list . . . Led the Ducks in tackles on two occasions, including a collegiate single-game best 12 tackles in the win over Oregon State (all solo) to go along with an interception and three passes broken up . . . Also contributed 12 stops (5 unassisted) at Stanford as well as eight solo and one assisted tackle at Arizona . . . Picked off passes in wins against California and Washington State in addition to forcing a fumble at Stanford . . . Recorded eight tackles in consecutive weeks vs. the Golden Bears and at Colorado

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 15  Jalen Brown
6-1 188 Fr. WR

Phoenix, Ariz.
(Mountain Pointe HS)

Redshirt available

2014 – Graduated from high school early in order to begin attending Oregon classes during the winter term . . . Held without a catch in the 2014 Spring Game however returned a pair of kickoffs for 22 yards.

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 16  Morgan Mahalak
6-3 195 Fr. QB

Kentfield, Calif.
(Marin Catholic HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- Patiently waited for an opportunity as a starting quarterback but has wasted little time since . . . Evolved from completing 11 of 20 passes for 180 yards and two touchdowns as a junior reserve signal caller to earning California  Division III first-team all-state honors as well as All-Metro acclaim by the San Francisco Chronicle his senior year. . . Also earned listings among the Rivals250 and Scout’s National Top 300 ledgers after tying for 16th in the state in TD passes (38) and ranking third in the North Coast Section in passing yards (2,795) . . . Completed 160 of 260 passes (61.5%) in 2013 in addition to carrying the football 82 times for 575 yards (7.0 avg.) and seven more scores . . . Ended the year with a five-game stretch that saw him complete 77-118 aerials (65.3%) for 1,114 yards and 17 touchdowns along with five more trips into the end zone on the ground . . . Threw for a season-high 314 yards and five touchdown tosses against Novato . . . Chosen to compete in the UnderArmour All-American Game, where he completed six of 12 passes for 40 yards and one TD . . . Engineered an offense that averaged 46.8 points per game, with the Wildcats posting a 12-1 record en route to losing to El Cerrito for the CIF North Coast Section, Division III section championship . . . Spent the majority of his junior season as a wide receiver and backup QB, catching 19 passes for 293 yards and two TDs for a contingent that finished at 14-2 under head coach Mazi Moayed.

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 17  Jeff Lockie
6-2 200 RSo. QB

Alamo, Calif.
(Monte Vista HS)

Redshirt year: 2012

2013 — Came off the bench for nine appearances in relief of program’s all-conference quarterback, with his most extensive duty occurring against Nicholls, Tennessee and Colorado . . . Finished the year completing eight of 13 passes for 57 yards and one interception in addition to carrying the football five times for 22 yards and one touchdown . . . Enjoyed a string of seven completions in eight attempts within a six-game span after succeeding on only one of three throws in his collegiate debut vs. Nicholls . . . Overcame any first-game jitters by reaching the end zone on an 8-yard run . . .  Completed both of his tosses for 15 yards against the Volunteers before connecting on two of three passes for 14 yards while rushing for 12 yards on two carries in Boulder, Colo. . . . Completed seven of 12 tries for 121 yards and one score while adding 18 yards on the ground in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 17  Juwaan Williams
6-0 190 RFr. DB

Tucker, Ga.
(Tucker HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

  2013 – Lauded for his athletic versatility, he spent time as a linebacker and defensive back during his redshirt season in an effort to pinpoint where he could make the greatest contribution . . . He was a tremendous help on the scout teams and adds excitement for the future . . . Led all tacklers in the 2014 Spring Game with nine stops, including seven unassisted.  

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 18  Jimmie Swain
6-3 225 Fr. LB

Olathe, Kan.
(Olathe North HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- One of the state’s top two prospects was included among the upper half of Scout.com’s final Midlands Top 125 listing after keying a defense that allowed only 15.3 points and 102 rushing yards per game . . . The first-team all-Sunflower League and Kansas City All-Metro first-team honoree was credited with 92 tackles as a senior, including 11 tackles-for-loss and nine quarterback sacks . . . Also added a pair of fumble recoveries and forced one fumble for a team that ended the season with an 8-4 record under and a loss in the state sectionals . . . Three regular-season setbacks occurred by a total of seven points under head coach Gene Wier . . . Started at outside linebacker for the Eagles his sophomore season prior to a one-year hiatus at Lee’s Summit (MO) High School . . . Possesses a quick first step off the line of scrimmage and the athleticism to be effective off the edge as well as the physicality to shed blockers inside.

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 19  Austin Daich
6-3 200 RSo. WR

Aptos, Calif.
(Monte Vista Christian HS)

Redshirt year: 2012

2013 — Converted to offense from the defensive secondary in the fall, the redshirt freshman stepped onto the field in games against Nicholls, Tennessee and California . . . Took part in four snaps vs. the Golden Bears while sharpening his skills on the scout team for the second year in a row . . . Named the scout-team’s special teams players of the year . . . Caught two passes for 53 yards and one touchdown in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 20  Tony James
5-9 180 Fr. RB

Gainesville, Fla.
(Gainesville HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- The Semper Fi All-American ranked among the top 10 running backs in Florida by Scout.com and was included on the Rivals250 listing of the nation’s elite prospects . . . The Gainesville Sun all-area selection ran for 1,242 yards and nine touchdowns his senior season while averaging 7.2 yards per carry . . . Also returned a pair of kickoffs for 101 yards while eclipsing 100 yards from scrimmage in seven of 11 appearances . . . Included was a season-high 220 yards (9.6 avg.) vs. Citrus one week after rushing for 182 yards (12.1 avg.) and two TDs against Vangard . . . Breakaway speed epitomized by his 93-yard scoring run to beat Madison County as well as his 10.56 100-meter clocking . . . Characterized as an elusive runner who is hard to bring down in the open field and takes advantage of great vision and feet to maximize his big-play ability . . .The Hurricanes posted a 9-3 record and reached the regional semifinals in 2013 under head coach Mark Latsko . . . Transferred from Buchholz High School after running for 583 yards his sophomore season.

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 21  Royce Freeman
6-0 229 Fr. RB

Imperial, Calif.
(Imperial HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- Rated among the top running backs in the country, the U.S. Army All-American is included on the Rivals250 listing as one of the top prospects in the state by 247 Sports . . . Accumulated 2,824 yards and 41 touchdowns rushing his senior year (11.0 avg.) in addition to catching eight passes for 116 yards and two more scores . . . Topped 300 rushing yards on three occasions in 2013, including a season-high 340 yards and five scores vs. Cibola (AZ) one week prior to tallying a season-best 21.6 yards per carry (194 yards) at Yuma (AZ) . . . Ran for five touchdowns in each of four of his first five games his final prep campaign . . . Proved equally adept against some of the nation’s best players, scoring three touchdowns in the West Team’s 28-6 win in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in January . . . MaxPrep’s California Division II first-team all-state honoree also was crowned the state’s medium school’s Player of the Year by CalHi Sports . . . Characterized as a powerful runner with great balance, the Imperial Valley League’s Offensive Player of the Year also earned San Diego Section Offensive Player-of-the-Year acclaim after completing his high school career with a sectional-record 7,601 yards on the ground . . . Averaged 11.8 yards per carry over the course of his four seasons while tallying 111 rushing TDs . . . Accumulated a single-game school-record 353 rushing yards vs. Parker in addition to six touchdowns (5 rushing) against Central as a junior, finishing the year running for  2,482 yards and 34 touchdowns

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 21  Mattrell McGraw
5-10 180 Fr. DB

New Orleans
(John Curtis HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- Received Semper Fi All-America accolades as well as Greater New Orleans region honors for the state’s second-ranked program that allowed only 12.4 points per game . . . Garnered 41 tackles in 11 games his senior season to earn a spot among the top 200 players on the 2014 ESPN 300 ledger . . . Included was a season-high nine tackles  vs. St. Thomas Aquinas (FL) as he completed his prep career with 122 stops and five interceptions . . . Contributed 49 tackles as a junior, with his three interceptions including a 55-yard return for a score against Cohen . . . Characterized for his athleticism and instincts yet benefitted from his toughness and physical style of play to emerge as a solid tackler . . . The Patriots accumulated a 22-2 record the last two seasons under J.T. Curtis and captured Class 2A state championships in 2011 and ’12.

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 22  Derrick Malone Jr.
6-2 220 RSr. LB

Colton, Calif.
(Colton HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2013 —  Emerged to take advantage of his opportunity when called upon, earning Pac-12 honorable mention all-conference honors as a first-year starter . . . Opened the first 12 games of the season at inside linebacker while making appearances in all 13 contests . . . The three-time academic all-conference honorable mention recipient also was named team’s most improved player in vote of teammates . . . Led the Ducks in tackles with 105 stops (45 unassisted) to rank seventh in the conference in addition to posting two-and-a-half tackles for loss and a pair of quarterback sacks . . . Also nabbed an interception against Washington State before delivering the knockout blow in the Alamo Bowl win with a 38-yard interception return for a touchdown against Texas . . . Added a forced fumble in the regular-season finale against Oregon State . . . Accumulated double-digit tackles in six games and led Oregon in takedowns on five occasions, including a career-high 12 tackles at Virginia (3 solo) and Arizona . . . Tallied 11 tackles in first career start against Nicholls before duplicating output at Stanford, and credited with seven unassisted stops among his 10 hits vs. UCLA . . . Took part in more than 70 plays on three occasions, including 78 snaps at Arizona.

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 23  B.J. Kelley
6-2 185 RJr. WR

Fresno, Calif.
(Central HS)

Redshirt year: 2011

2013 — The reserve wide receiver encountered the majority of his playing time in the first four games of the year, including 21 snaps against both Nicholls and California . . . Stepped onto the field for 10 outings, accumulating all of his production against Washington State . . . Converted an opening-quarter 13-yard catch into a first down in addition to returning a pair of kickoffs for 53 yards, including a collegiate-long 29 yard gain . . . Grabbed two receptions for 38 yards in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 24  Thomas Tyner
5-11 215 So. RB

Aloha, Ore.
(Aloha HS)

Redshirt available

2013 — Named first-team true freshman All-America by 247Sports and second-team freshman All-America by Athlons and College Football News . . . Played in 12 of 13 games and finished third on the team in rushing with 711 yards (6.2 yards per carry) and nine touchdowns  . . . Also caught 14 passes for 134 yards to finish with 845 all-purpose yards . . . Enjoyed his first career 100-yard game in the regular-season finale, rushing for a team-high 140 yards and one TD vs. Oregon State, yet came close on several other occasions. . . Was credited with 99 yards and two scores against Washington State – including a 66-yard gain which represented the Ducks’ longest 2013 run from scrimmage by a running back – and 94 yards and one touchdown vs. California . . . His 141 all-purpose yards in win over the Cougars also represented his collegiate best as he averaged 14.1 yards each time he touched the ball . . . Found his way into the end zone in seven games, including twice in his collegiate debut at Virginia . . . Encountered his most extensive play of the season in the season’s final three games, including 51 snaps in the Civil War . . . Led all rushers with 58 yards in the 2014 Spring Game in addition to catching two passes for 26 yards and one score.

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 25  Glen Ihenacho
5-11 185 Fr. DB

Gardena, Calif.
(Serra HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- Included among Scout.com ’s listing of the top 100 prospects in the state and was a key component at safety for a team that finished 2013 with a 13-1 record and ranked 11th in California . . . Completed his senior season with 54 tackles (21 unassisted), including one quarterback sack, in addition to intercepting one pass and forcing one fumble . . . Credited with a season-high 12 tackles in the Cavaliers’ lone loss of the year under head coach Scott Altenberg after blocking a punt and scooping up the loose ball for an 18-yard touchdown run in a 40-6 win over Buena . . . Characterized as an instinctive standout and “big hitter” who took advantage of his athletic prowess to play a number of positions for the 2013 Mission League champions . . . The two-time all-conference honoree tallied 64 tackles as a junior in addition to returning one of his three interceptions into the end zone . . . Also deflected nine passes and recovered one fumble . . . Is the younger brother of Duke Ihenacho, who completed his second season with the Denver Broncos.

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 26  Casey Eugenio
5-8 176 Fr. RB

San Clemente, Calif.
(JSerra Catholic HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- All-purpose player who saw time at running back, defensive back, kick returner and punt returner ... named first team All-County all-purpose as a senior ... 2013 All-Trinity League Offensive MVP ... 2013 JSerra Varsity MVP ... named the No. 3 Player to Watch by the Orange County Register ... first team All-State and first team All-Trinity League as a junior ... selected to Cal-Hi Sports All-State at defensive back in 2012 ... first team All-Orange County and first team All-Trinity League in 2012 ... 2011 first team All-Trinity League at running back ... 2011 all-state at running back and defensive back

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 26  Khalil Oliver
6-1 197 Fr. DB

Meridian, Idaho
(Rocky Mountain HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- Included on Scout.com’s final 2014 West Top 150 ledger after the two-time All-Idaho selection was singled out as the 5A Southern Idaho Conference’s Defensive Player of the Year following his senior season . . . Was credited with 10 tackles-for-loss and seven quarterback sacks among his 62 tackles as a safety and linebacker to help the Grizzlies claim a share of the conference championship under head coach Scott Criner . . . School lost to Highland in the semifinals of the 5A state championships to finish 2013 with a 10-3 record . . . Contributed 75 tackles  (43 unassisted), five TFLs, two interceptions and broke up seven passes as a junior to help team lead the conference in total defense . . . Also played major role in pacing Meridian to the 2013 5A state track & field title, placing first in the 110 hurdles (season-best 14.21), second in the triple jump (season-best 46-02.50) and sixth in the long jump (21-06.50).

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 27  Jeff Bieber
6-2 178 Fr. WR

Beaverton, Ore.
(Sunset HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- 2013 Class 6A second team all-state selection ... made 48 receptions for 624 yards (13.0 avg.) as a senior at Sunset High School ... recorded five touchdowns in 2013 ... recorded a season-high 134 yards on seven receptions against Grant (9/13) ... named Beaverton Leader's Male Athlete of the Year ... led Sunset and the Metro League in catches ... also played basketball and lacrosse ... led the basketball team to the Class 6A state tournament in 2013 and 2014 ... helped Apollos lacrosse make the state playoffs ... named all-league in all three sports.

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 27  Johnny Ragin III
6-3 225 So. LB

Wilsonville, Ore.
(California)
(Wilsonville HS)

Redshirt year: 2014

2014 -- The transfer arrived at Oregon in time for the start of winter term and to participate in spring drills . . . Will benefit from the experience gained at the BCS level a year ago and spent spring drills becoming acclimated with the Ducks’ defense as well as the anticipation of becoming a factor in the fall in one form or another.

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 29  Stephen Amoako
5-11 185 RSo. DB

Arlington, Texas
(Martin HS)

Redshirt year: 2012

2013 — While acquiring further experience on the Ducks’ scout teams, he made his collegiate debut in the season opener (11 plays) . . . Also accounted for a pair of solo tackles in the 2014 Spring Game. 2012 — Redshirt campaign, worked on the scout team . . . Credited with five tackles (four solo) in Spring Game.

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 30  Ayele Forde
5-7 181 RSr. RB

Victorville, Calif.
(Silverado HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2013 — The former walk-on accented his versatility as an offensive and special teams contributor in 12 of 13 games, missing only the loss at Stanford . . . The Ducks’ fifth-leading rusher (223 yds.) finished as team’s top tackler among non-full-time defenders, leading all specials teams standouts with 10 tackles . . . His 6.4 yards per carry average loomed second on the team among players with double-digit carries behind only Oregon’s prolific quarterback . . . Added one catch for 9 yards against Washington State . . . Ran for a collegiate-high 88 yards, including a career-long 40-yard run, in a season-high 28 snaps in the win at Colorado . . . Contributed 53 yards on three carries in win over Nicholls, while recording one solo and one assisted tackle . . . Rushed for 22 yards on six carries, while recording three tackles on special teams at Virginia . . . Gained nine yards on two runs against Texas in the Alamo Bowl.

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 31  Kenny Bassett
5-9 185 RSr. RB

Beverly Hills, Calif.
(Beverly Hills HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2013 — Played in six of Oregon’s first seven games before finishing the year with one snap in the Alamo Bowl victory over Texas . . . Accumulated 34 rushing yards and 17 carries in addition to one special teams tackle . . . Rushed for a single-game high 18 yards on four attempts during the season-opening win against Nicholls . . . Also gained yards against Tennessee, Colorado, Washington State, and the Longhorns . . . Ran for 26 yards on 11 carries in the 2014 Spring Game along with two catches for 22 yards . . . Was awarded a scholarship following spring drills.

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 32  Eddie Heard
6-3 245 So. LB

Oakland, Calif.
(Laney College)
(McClymonds HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- Played one season at Laney College for a squad that finished with an 8-3 record and second in the NorCal Association’s Golden Gate – Central Conference . . . Credited with 23 tackles in 11 games for the Eagles, including seven for a losses and four quarterback sacks for 38 yards . . . Also defended three passes, forced one fumble and recovered two others for touchdown in consecutive games vs. West Hills Coalinga and Chabot . . . Recorded a season-high six stops (five unassisted) against West Hills Coalinga in addition to one catch for 10 yards, and added two TFLs for 10 yards in losses against San Mateo . . .  Migrated to junior college to pursue baseball . . . Helped lead McClymonds High School to a 12-0 record and the CIF Oakland Section title as a prep junior in 2010 . . . The quarterback/defensive end passed for over 1,200 yards and 13 TDs for the Warriors as well as ran for another 400 yards and eight scores his junior year to earn all-league honors.

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 33  Tyson Coleman
6-1 235 RJr. LB

Lake Oswego, Ore.
(Lake Oswego HS)

Redshirt year: 2011

2013 — Played in all 12 regular-season games before health prevented an appearance in the Alamo Bowl win . . . Recorded 21 total tackles (eight unassisted) while earning consecutive starting assignments vs. Washington State and UCLA, with seven of his tackles taking place while covering kicks . . .  Matched a career-high with five tackles, including three solo stops, against the Cougars . . . Added three tackles in the season-opening win against Nicholls (2 solo) and vs. California (1 solo) . . . Credited with 0.5 tackles-for-loss in the win over the Golden Bears while taking part in a season-high 51 snaps . . . Added one tackle in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 34  Lane Roseberry
6-1 233 RSo. RB

Bly, Ore.
(Lakeview HS)

Redshirt year: 2012

2013 — The honorable mention academic all-conference selection provided depth in the backfield in the latter stages of six games, rushing for 40 yards on 15 carries . . . Ran for a season-high 16 yards on three carries, including a season-long 12-yard run, against Tennessee . . . Gained 11 yards on two carries in first career appearance against Nicholls . . . Gathered his most extensive experience of the year at Colorado, taking part in five plays, and logged four carries vs. Utah.

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 35  Joe Walker
6-2 240 Jr. LB

Palos Verdes, Calif.
(L.A. Harbor College)
(Palos Verdes HS)

Redshirt available

2013 — Team’s top reserve linebacker came off the bench to play in the Ducks’ first 12 games before drawing the starting nod in the Alamo Bowl win over Texas . . . Ranked 11th on the team in tackles and third among interior linebackers, with his 37 stops (25 unassisted) including three tackles for loss and two quarterback sacks . . . Contributed tackles in 11 of 13 appearances in addition to being a key special teams component . . . Credited with a single-game high nine tackles (six solo) and a TFL in his most extensive play of the year (61 snaps) in the win over California . . . Added six tackles (five unassisted) in the win over Washington State . . . Accumulated four tackles in the 2014 Spring Game, including a quarterback sack for a 9-yard setback.

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 36  Kani Benoit
6-0 205 RFr. RB

Phoenix, Ariz.
(Phoenix Thunderbird HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

2013 — Contributed to the scout team while redshirting his initial collegiate campaign . . . Completed the 2014 Spring Game as the Ducks’ second-leading rusher, gaining 44 yards on only five carries . . . Included was the longest run from scrimmage by a non-quarterback of 20 yards.

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 36  Devin Melendez
6-2 205 Fr. LS

La Habra, Calif.
(La Habra HS)

Redshirt available

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 37  J.J. Jones
5-9 170 RSo. RB

Los Angeles, Calif.
(Harvard-Westlake HS)

Redshirt available

2013 — The walk-on completed his first year with the Ducks as an asset on the scout teams while sharpening his skills for the future . . . Ran for 20 yards on six carries in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 37  Michael Manns
5-11 172 RSo. DB

Molalla, Ore.
(Molalla HS)

Redshirt year: 2012

BEFORE OREGON — Lettered two years in football for head coach Kaleb Mitchell at Molalla High School … Invited to play in the Shrine all-star game in 2012 … Named 2011-12 Athlete of the Year at Molalla HS … Was a first-team all-league defensive back and honorable mention wide receiver as a senior … Second-team all-league DB as a junior … Also lettered three times in basketball and once in track and field as a prep.

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 38  Mike Garrity
6-1 235 RSr. LB

San Carlos, Calif.
(Archbishop Riordan HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2013 —Made appearances in three games, recording one assisted tackle in the victory over Tennessee . . . Experienced his most extensive playing time in the season-opening win over Nicholls (9 plays) while also playing a significant role on the school’s scout teams . . . Was credited with three tackles in the 2014 Spring Game, including an assisted tackle-for-loss. 2012 — Appeared in three games … Made one stop in victory at Oregon State … Recorded three tackles in win vs. Colorado. 2011 —  Appeared in two games, registering solo stops in consecutive wins vs. Missouri State and Nevada … Benched 335 lbs., fourth among linebackers. 2010 — Participated as a member of the scout team during redshirt season.

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 38  Ian Wheeler
6-0 200 RFr. P

Demorest, Ga.
(Habersham Central HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

2013 – The walk-on added to the Ducks’ roster in September to provide depth to the kicking game as well as contribute to the scout teams.

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 40  Jesse Kelly
6-0 168 Fr. PK

Ventura, Calif.
(St. Bonaventure)

Redshirt available

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 40  Taylor Stinson
6-5 225 Fr. TE

Happy Valley, Ore.
(Clackamas HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- Recorded 24 receptions for 346 yards (14.4 avg.) as a senior in 2013 ... notched 412 career yards in 22 games ... also played basketball and baseball at Clackamas.

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 41  Jarret LaCoste
5-11 199 Jr. RB

Albany, Ore.
(College of the Siskiyous)
(West Albany HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- Competed for track & field at College of the Siskiyous … was ranked No. 3 in Nor Cal in the javelin in 2013 … earned scholar athlete and President’s List honors in 2013 … recorded 196 yards for a 24.5 ypg average as a senior at West Albany in 2011 … also played at linebacker … named most outstanding offensive back and most inspirational by the team while at West Albany.

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 41  Aidan Schneider
6-4 240 Fr. PK

Portland, Ore.
(Grant HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- Played as a punter and kicker in 2013 ... made 13-of-16 PATs in 2013, including a long of 40 yards ... made 26 punts, averaging 35.2 yards per punt ... made a punt long of 54 yards.

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 42  Cody Carriger
6-6 240 RSo. LB

Butte, Mont.
(Butte HS)

Redshirt year: 2012

2013 — Logged playing time in seven of the Ducks’ first nine games, including 26 snaps vs. Washington State . . . Was credited with a solo tackle in his collegiate debut against Nicholls as well as an unassisted stop against California . . . Posted one quarterback sack among his two takedowns in the 2014 Spring Game. 2012 — Redshirt season … Worked on scout team . . . Posted two solo tackles in the annual Spring Game.

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 43  Bronson Yim
5-10 185 RJr. DB

Kapahulu, Hawaii
(St. Louis HS)

Redshirt year: 2011

2013 — Took part in 11 snaps in the season-opening win over Nicholls while also making an impact on the scout teams. 2012 — The walk-on saw action in two games, taking snaps vs. Tennessee Tech and Colorado. 2011 — Refined his skills while spending time on the Ducks’ scout team during his redshirt season.

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 44  DeForest Buckner
6-7 290 Jr. DL

Waianae, Hawaii
(Punahou HS)

Redshirt available

2013 — The Ducks’ second-leading tackler among down linemen posted 39 stops  (12 unassisted) while finishing with 2.5 sacks and 3.5 tackles-for-loss . . . Starting the last eight games among his 13 appearances, was credited with a forced fumble and a fumble recovery in the opening quarter against California in addition to posting one quarterback sack among his three tackles . . . Recording a career-high six tackles at Stanford  along with five stops vs. Washington, UCLA, and Arizona, he was responsible for takedowns on 12 occasions . . . Finished with a pair of unassisted tackles in his season’s first start at Washington as well as the win over Tennessee . . . Also credited with QB sacks against Nicholls and Washington State along with an additional TFL  vs. UCLA . . . Logged his most extensive playing time in Tucson, Ariz., with his 79 snaps against the Wildcats representing one of four outings (including each of the last three games) when he took part in 70 or more plays . . . Forced one fumble, recovered a second loose football and was credited with 2.5 TFLs among his three tackles in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 45  T.J. Daniel
6-6 270 RSo. DL

Oakland, Calif.
(Bishop O

Redshirt year: 2013

2013 — Redshirted his second season to allow him to adjust to the defensive line after being converted from tight end. . . Was named the Ducks’ defensive scout team player of the year following the season . . . Demonstrated ability to work into the program’s regular rotation in the near future after accounting for 0.5 tackles-for-loss among his five stops (2 unassisted) in the 2014 Spring Game. 2012 — Appeared in nine of the first 10 games, primarily on special teams … Credited with first collegiate tackle in win vs. Arizona before returning  to duplicate effort at Arizona State.

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 46  Danny Mattingly
6-5 235 RFr. LB

Spokane, Wash.
(Mead HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

 2013 — Coaches successfully resisted the temptation to play the true freshman due to his standout play on scout teams as the Ducks should benefit down the road.  

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 48  Rodney Hardrick
6-1 247 RJr. LB

Colton, Calif.
(Colton HS)

Redshirt year: 2011

2013 — Earned academic all-conference honorable mention acclaim as a first-year starter while finishing the year as Oregon’s sixth-leading tackler (65) . . . Opening all 13 games, was credited with five or more tackles in five of his last seven appearances of the season . . . Included was a single-game high nine tackles (2 unassisted) at Stanford, where he also returned a blocked field goal 65 yards for a touchdown . . . The previous week, he registered eight tackles (season-high six unassisted) in a win over UCLA while running 66 yards on a fake punt to set up a tying score against the Bruins . . .    Ranked third in the Pac-12 with three fumble recoveries, including picking up a loose ball against California to accompany his six tackles . . . Also recovered fumbles vs. Tennessee and Washington State in addition to forcing a mishandled football against UCLA . . . Finished with four tackles, an interception and a pass breakup at Virginia . . . Won the team’s Bob Officer Award for playing through physical adversity despite taking the most snaps among the linebacking corps in three appearances . . . Took part in 70 or more plays in each of Oregon’s final four regular-seasons appearances . . . Was credited with six tackles and a forced fumble in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 48  Eric Solis
5-10 192 RSr. PK

Panorama, Calif.
(Notre Dame HS)

Redshirt year: 2011

2013 — There is hope that his persistence will eventually pay off as he continued his work on the Ducks’ scout teams . . . Converted all three PAT attempts while accumulating 120 yards on two kickoffs in the 2014 Spring Game. 2012 – Kicked a trio of PATs in the 2013 Spring Game. 2011 — Member of the travel squad … Was perfect on three PAT tries and field goals of 37 and 26 yards in the 2012 Spring Game. 2010 — Filled in for Rob Beard in the season opener vs. New Mexico and delivered what turned out to be a Pac-10 season-high for kickers with 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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 49  Matt Wogan
6-2 210 So. PK

Indian Trail, N.C.
(Porter Ridge HS)

Redshirt available

2013 — Handled 100 of the Ducks’ 101 kickoff from the outset while splitting the team’s placement duties the first eight games . . . Assumed the team’s exclusive rights for all PAT and field goal attempts during his last five appearances, connecting on six of eight FGs as well as 14-15 extra points down the stretch . . . Completed his first season as Oregon’s third-leading scorer (63 points), succeeding on 42 of 44 points-after-touchdown and seven-of-nine three-point tries . . . Included was a season-long 38-yarder in the win over Tennessee while one of his misses came from 43 yards out against Oregon State . . . Converted seven of eight field goal attempts inside of 40 yards, including three-of-four tries in the Alamo Bowl win over Texas . . . Successfully booted 22 footballs into the end zone for touchbacks on 100 kickoffs, including three of four at Arizona.

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 50  Austin Maloata
6-1 313 Fr. DL

Corona, Calif.
(Centennial HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- The CIF all-Inland Division selection was included among Scout’s West Top 150 honorees following his initial U.S. campaign as a prep senior . . . Played a Leone High School in Pago Pago, Somoa in 2012 . . . Was credited with 30 tackles (8 unassisted) and one fumble recovery for the Huskies, who sported a 12-3 record and ended the year ranked sixth in the state under Matt Logan . . . Included was a single-game best seven tackles in the season opener vs. Liberty as well as Long Beach Poly, adding a recovered fumble for a touchdown in the former outing . . . Displayed a relentless motor for the sectional champions while he benefitted from raw strength .

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 51  Isaac Ava
5-10 265 RSr. LB

Ewa Beach, Hawaii
(St. Louis HS)

Redshirt available

2013 — Made appearances in six games, recording three unassisted tackles among his seven stops . . . Notched six stops in Ducks’ first four games, including two solo takedowns vs. California and a pair of assists at Virginia . . . Added another unassisted tackle against Washington State . . . Added two assisted tackles in the 2014 Spring Game. 2012 — Forced a fumble and had one solo tackle in win at Arizona State … Added one tackle vs. Washington in one of 12 appearances … Posted career-high two stops in win over Tennessee Tech … Recorded one stop in victory vs. Arkansas State . . . Accumulated four tackles and one interception for 3 yards in the Spring Game . . . Tested a best of 525 lbs. squat following off-season workouts. 2011 — Appeared in two games … Made first tackle of collegiate career in victory over Nevada. 2010 — Key member of the scout team during redshirt season … Recognized as team’s scout team player of the week on defense for work during preparations leading up to win vs. Washington … Scout team player of the week on special teams for looks he provided in practice before victory vs. Arizona.

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 52  Ivan Faulhaber
6-2 224 RFr. LB

Eugene, Ore.
(Sheldon HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

2013 – Transitioned to the next level by accumulating experience on the Ducks’ scout team during his redshirt year.

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 53  Connor Johnson
6-3 222 RFr. LS

Moorpark, Calif.
(Oaks Christian HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

BEFORE OREGON – Lettered his junior and senior years playing center and long snapper … Played in a career total of two games with three total tackles … Named second-team offensive unit and special teams player of the year his senior year … Also lettered for three years as middle blocker on Oaks Christian’s volleyball team under head coach Chris Forrest and George Hess … Earned the academic honor of making the Headmaster’s List his senior year.

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 54  Hamani Stevens
6-3 307 RSr. OL

Hemet, Calif.
(Hemet HS)

Redshirt year: 2008

2013 — The eldest of the program’s veteran offensive line corps broke into the starting lineup for the first time as a junior but once he did, he was difficult to displace . . . Started all 13 games, with first eight opening assignments occurring at right guard before shifting to left guard for the final five games . . . He took part in more plays than any other of the team’s offensive interior stalwarts against Tennessee, Washington State and UCLA – including 90 snaps vs. UCLA – and shared team’s longevity distinction in two others . . . His 898 plays were more than any other of Oregon’s offensive players and were surpassed by only five others on defense . . . Was an integral part of an offensive line that led the Pac-12 in rushing for the eighth year in row (273.5 ypg), in addition to pacing the league in total offense (565.0 ypg) and scoring (45.5 ppg) . . . Originally joined the program in the fall of 2008 before embarking on a two-year mission.

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 55  Hroniss Grasu
6-3 297 RSr. OL

Los Angeles, Calif.
(Crespi HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2013 —  The consensus leader of the Ducks’ offensive line extended his string of consecutive opening assignments to all 40 games as a collegian with his 13 2013 starts . . . The two-time first-team Pac-12 all-conference selection earned first-team All-America acclaim from SI.com and SB Nation . . . One of six finalists for the Rimington Trophy as the nation’s top center was a second-time recipient of the program’s Todd Doxey Award, exemplifying the spirituality, dedication and brotherhood associated with being an outstanding teammate exhibited by the school’s former defensive back who drowned prior to the 2008 season . . . Logged more than 65 snaps on seven occasions, including 83 plays on consecutive weekends vs. Arizona and Oregon State . . . Anchored an offensive line that led the Pac-12 in rushing for the eighth year in row (273.5 ypg), in addition to ranking second nationally  in total offense (565.0 ypg) and fourth in the country in scoring (45.5 ppg) . . .  Team also was third in the league in fewest quarterback sacks allowed (1.38 sacks per game) . . . Possesses the traits that allows him to open running lanes at the point of attack as well as the athleticism to make his way downfield for a second and third strike.

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 55  Tui Talia
6-5 285 Jr. DL

Concord, Calif.
(Diablo Valley College)
(Ygnacio Valley HS)

Redshirt available

 2014 – Began attending classes at Oregon for the start of the spring term in order to take part in spring practice . . . Recruited with the intent that he could immediately make an impact along the interior defensive front . . . Recorded five tackles (4 unassisted), including one tackle-for-loss, and broke up one pass in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 56  Alex Balducci
6-4 310 Jr. DL

Portland, Ore.
(Central Catholic HS)

Redshirt available

2013 — Team’s fifth-leading tackler among interior linemen and second-best off the bench . . . Saw action in all 13 games, recording 10 of his 18 stops unassisted  . . . Posted a personal-best three takedowns at Arizona (all unassisted) and Virginia (two solo), in addition to a pair of unassisted tackles vs. Oregon State . . . Also credited with fumble recoveries in wins at Charlottesville and over California . . . Broke up one pass against Utah . . . Experienced his most extensive play of the year on the road, taking part in 33 snaps at Arizona and 31 at Virginia . . . Accumulated one solo stop among his four tackles in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 57  Doug Brenner
6-2 305 RFr. OL

Portland, Ore.
(Jesuit HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

2013 — Positioned himself for a contributing role among a veteran group of offensive line returnees during a redshirt year and solid 2014 spring showing.

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 57  Ryan McCandless
6-2 225 RJr. LB

Santa Rosa, Calif.
(Cardinal Newman HS)

Redshirt year: 2011

2013 —  Took part in nine snaps in the season-opening win against Nicholls while contributing to the scout teams throughout the season . . . Was credited with two unassisted tackles in the 2014 Spring Game. 2012 —  Worked on improving skills on Ducks’ scout team in addition to making four game appearances . . . Recorded one tackle-for-loss for one yard in 2013 Spring Game . . . Timed in 5.08 in electronic 40 meters and 4.22 in shuttle run. 2011 — The walk-on utilized a redshirt season.

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 58  Tanner Carew
6-1 200 Fr. LS

La Verne, Calif.
(Damien HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- Considered the nation’s top prep long snapper prospect after working with Chris Rubio at the acclaimed Chris Sailer Kicking Camp the previous two years . . . Snaps to punters have been timed in less than 0.70 seconds . . . The U.S. Army All-America Game participant also started at tight end and linebacker for the Spartans, who finished 2013 with a 5-5 record under head coach Mark Paredes . . . Tallied 29 tackles his senior season as well as one catch for a 10-yard touchdown . . . Added 52 tackles in 2012 . . . The first-team all-Sierra League long snapper has been cited for his athleticism and lower-body strength, which contributes to the power the football explodes out of his hands, and takes great pride in his accuracy and consistency.

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 59  Grant Thompson
5-11 230 RSr. LB

Cottage Grove, Ore.
(Cottage Grove HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2013 — The former walk-on was credited with tackles in four of five appearances, finishing the year with four stops (three assists) . . . Took part in a season-high 12 plays vs. Washington State, where he aided in one takedown . . . The Pac-12 academic all-conference honorable mention selection picked up his lone solo tackle of the year vs. Tennessee . . . Was credited with three tackles (two unassisted) in the 2014 Spring Game . . . Was rewarded for his contributions by being awarded a scholarship for the 2014 season.

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 60  Jim Weber
6-2 257 Fr. OL

Beaverton, Ore.
(Southridge)

Redshirt available

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 61  Brigham Stoehr
6-0 274 RFr. OL

Moorpark, Calif.
(Moorpark HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

2013 – The walk-on redshirted the season in hopes enhancing his strength and technique for the future.

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 62  Matt Pierson
6-6 285 RJr. OL

West Linn, Ore.
(Jesuit HS)

Redshirt year: 2011

2013 —  Increased proficiency resulted in more playing time for the offensive line reserve as he stepped onto the field for six of the first seven games before finishing with seven appearances . . . Took part in 27 plays at Colorado. 2012 —  Made appearances vs. Arkansas State, Tennessee Tech and Colorado . . . Most extensive playing time occurred in lone Pac-12 action, taking part in 13 snaps. 2011 —  Worked with the scout team.

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 63  Davis Miyashiro
6-2 300 Fr. OL

Honolulu, Hawaii
(Punahou HS)

Redshirt available

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 64  Tyler Johnstone
6-6 289 RJr. OL

Chandler, Ariz.
(Hamilton HS)

Redshirt year: 2011

2013 — Extended his string of consecutive starts to 26 games at left tackle before he was forced to an early exit in the Alamo Bowl win over Texas . . . The two-time honorable mention academic all-conference choice was bestowed second-team Pac-12 all-league accolades by Athlons as well as honorable mention all-conference recognition by the league coaches . . .  Starting all 13 games in 2013, he eclipsed 80 snaps in four of Oregon’s final seven regular-season appearances, including 83 plays against both Washington and Oregon State . . . Served as a key component on an experienced offensive line that helped the Ducks accumulate a single-game school record 772 total yards vs. Nicholls . . . He also helped Oregon lead the Pac-12 in rushing (273.5 ypg), total offense (565.0 ypg) and scoring (45.5 ppg) while ranking third in the fewest quarterback sacks allowed (1.38 avg.).

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 67  Tanner Davies
6-3 294 Fr. OL

Eugene, Ore.
(Sheldon HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- Three-year starter for the Irish ... named Class 6A all-state honorable mention as a senior in 2014 ... notched 50 blocks in 14 games in 2014 ... helped Sheldon to the state championship in 2013 ... second team all-state selection as a junior ... recorded 112 blocks in 33 career games.

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 68  Jamal Prater
6-4 296 RJr. OL

Etiwanda, Calif.
(Etiwanda HS)

Redshirt year: 2011

2013 — Working to improve his consistency, he was limited to a pair of appearances against Nicholls and California . . . He took part in six plays vs. the Golden Bears. 2012 — Reserve lineman made appearances vs. Tennessee Tech and Colorado . . . Most extensive playing occurred against the Buffaloes, taking part in four snaps. 2011 — Worked on the scout team.

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 70  Matt McFadden
6-4 300 RSo. OL

Novato, Calif.
(Marin Catholic HS)

Redshirt year: 2012

2013 — The redshirt freshman made his collegiate debut with two snaps in the season opener vs. Nicholls and added three plays against California . . . Continued to gain experience on the program’s scout team as well as during 2014 spring drills. 2012 —  The walk-on joined the Ducks following the first game . . . Improved skills as member of the scout team.

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 71  Braden Eggert
6-6 320 Fr. OL

Napa, Calif.
(Napa HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- Garnered mention on Scout.com’s final West Top 150 chart his senior year, ranking among the top 50 prospects in the state by 247 Sports as well as the No. 6 offensive tackle according to NorCalPreps.com . . . Solidifying the Indians’ left tackle outpost his final two seasons, the first-team all-Monticello Empire League and all-state nominee played a key role for a running game that averaged 225.0 yards per outing . . . The conference runners-up capped 2013 with a 6-5 record following a first-round setback in the CIF Sac-Joaquin Section Division I playoffs under head coach Troy Mott.

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 72  Andre Yruretagoyena
6-5 290 RJr. OL

Scottsdale, Ariz.
(Chaparral HS)

Redshirt year: 2011

2013 — Stepped onto the field for seven of the first eight games in a reserve role while providing the flexibility to play a number of positions along the offensive front line . . . Experienced his most extensive play against Colorado (27 snaps) and Nicholls (26) . . . Benefitted from receiving lots of repetitions during 2014 spring drills and projected to challenge for a slot in the regular rotation in the coming years. 2012 — Appeared in four games during the season, including 15 snaps vs. Tennessee Tech and 13 against Colorado . . . Majority of development took place due to the repetitions acquired via the scout team. 2011 — Worked as a member of the scout team his redshirt year.

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 73  Tyrell Crosby
6-5 310 Fr. OL

Henderson, Nev.
(Green Valley HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- The first-team all-state honoree (Nevadapreps.com) took part in the Semper Fi All-America game following a senior season that concluded with him ranked among the top two prospects in the state as well as the nation’s top 40 offensive tackles . . . Reported to have been a part of 18 pancake blocks in one game his senior year for a team which finished the season with a 9-3 record and ranked sixth in the state (Division I) . . . Included on Scout.com’s National Top 300 and the West’s Top 150 ledgers, earning first-team all-Northeast League acclaim for the Gators while paving the way for an offense that ranked fourth in the state in total offense (466.4 avg.) and sixth in the district in scoring (37.3 avg.) . . . Also a mainstay on defense, accumulating 33 tackles and seven quarterback sacks in 2013 for head coach Brian Castro’s squad . . . Agility epitomized by his play on the basketball court as the center ranks second in the state in rebounding (16.2 avg.) in addition to averaging 12.8 points through the first 18 games this season.

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 74  Elijah George
6-5 275 RFr. OL

Las Vegas, Nev.
(Arbor View HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

2013 — The redshirt preserved four years of eligibility while acquiring experience at the collegiate level on the program’s scout team.

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 75  Jake Fisher
6-6 300 Sr. OL

Traverse City, Mich.
(Traverse City West HS)

Redshirt available

2013 — Earned Pac-12 honorable mention all-conference acclaim for the second year in a row as well as repeated as the recipient of the Ducks’ Pancake Club award . . . The second-year starter had his string of consecutive starts interrupted at 12 games before resuming his right tackle role for his final five appearances . . . Stepped onto the field for 12 of 13 games and was at his best when Oregon rushed for better than 300 yards against Virginia, Colorado and UCLA . . . Logged more playing time than any of the team’s offensive linemen in six games, including 88 snaps against Oregon State . . . Anchored an offensive line that led the Pac-12 in rushing for the eighth year in row (273.5 ypg), in addition to pacing the league in total offense (565.0 ypg) and scoring (45.5 ppg).

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 76  Jake Pisarcik
6-2 295 RFr. OL

Medford, N.J.
(Shawnee HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

2013 — Redshirted his freshman year while gaining experience on the Ducks’ scout team.

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 77  Haniteli Lousi
6-5 308 Jr. OL

Fremont, CA
(College of San Mateo)
(Washington HS)

Redshirt available

 2014 -- Arrived for the start of the spring term and made a push to contend for a spot in the Ducks’ offensive line rotation during spring drills.  

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 78  Cameron Hunt
6-4 290 So. OL

Corona, Calif.
(Centennial HS)

Redshirt available

2013 — After the true freshman played a season-low two snaps at Washington, he proceeded to start the final seven games of the year . . . Became the program’s first true freshman offensive lineman to move into the starting lineup in 16 years, setting the stage to potentially become entrenched as a starter for years to come . . . Made his starting debut at right tackle vs. Washington State before shifting inside to right guard for the final five games . . . The honorable mention freshman All-American played in all 13 Oregon games, including 80 snaps at Stanford and 71 vs. Oregon State . . . Was a key component on an offensive line that led the Pac-12 in rushing for the eighth year in row (273.5 avg.), in addition to pacing the league in total offense (565.0 avg.) and scoring (45.5 avg.), and helped pave the way for the school’s 1,000-yard rusher for the seventh year in a row.

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 79  Evan Voeller
6-5 295 RFr. OL

West Linn, Ore.
(West Linn HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

 2013 – Elicited positive reviews during his redshirt year for his contributions on the Ducks’ scout team and figures to make his way into the offensive line rotation in the future.  

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 80  Koa Ka'ai
6-4 245 RJr. TE

Honolulu, Hawaii
(Kamehameha HS)

Redshirt year: 2011

2013 — Returned to the offensive side of the ball after filling in along the defensive front a year ago . . . The tight end and special teams contributor was held without a catch in six appearances, including nine snaps at Colorado and vs. Utah . . . Caught one pass for 11 yards in the 2014 Spring Game. 2012 — Appeared in 11 of 13 games while earning distinction as one of few Oregon players in recent years to play on both sides of the football in the same season . . . Switched from defensive line to tight end at start of fall camp and proceeded to start there vs. Tennessee Tech … Made the most of the opportunity, catching only two passes of the year for 18 yards against the Golden Eagles . . . Also added one special teams tackle . . . Returned to defensive trenches for several games late in the season when depth was thinning, contributing three tackles in win over California . . . Took part in season-high 45 snaps in opener against Arkansas State and 33 to end the regular season at Oregon State. 2011 — Defensive scout team player of the week for prep work ahead of team’s win at Washington.

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 81  Evan Baylis
6-6 250 RSo. TE

Centennial, Colo.
(Grandview HS)

Redshirt year: 2012

2013 — Played in all 13 games, including his first career start against Oregon State and the following game against Texas in the Alamo Bowl . . . Completed the season with four receptions for 71 yards . . . Enjoyed a season-long 27-yard catch during the win over the Longhorns . . . Also nabbed single grabs in each of his last four outings against Utah, Arizona, and Oregon State . . . Added a pair of special teams tackles . . . Increased his productivity from playing one snap in the opener to a season-high 62 in post-season play.

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 82  Zac Schuller
5-10 180 Jr. WR

Moss Beach, Calif.
(City College of SF)
(St. Ignatius HS)

Redshirt year: 2011

BEFORE OREGON -- Made 41 catches for 621 yards and three touchdowns in 2013 with City College of San Francisco ... returned 13 punts for 94 yards ... named first team All-City and best All-Around Athlete by San Fran Preps after his senior season at St. Ignatius ... also competed on the track, where he clocked City College of San Francisco's top performance of 2013 in the 100-meter dash with a time of 10.56 seconds ... helped CCSF advance to the 4x100-meter final of the California JC State Championship meet in the spring of 2014, earning JC all-America accolades.

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 83  Johnny Mundt
6-4 250 So. TE

Modesto, Calif.
(Central Catholic HS)

Redshirt available

2013 — Broke onto the scene in impressive fashion as the team’s sixth-leading receiver caught five passes for 121 yards and two touchdowns in his third game as a collegian against Tennessee . . . Was bestowed John Mackey Tight End of the Week national honors for his effort in his starting debut as he proceeded to play in all 13 games as a true freshman . . . Started five of his appearances, finishing the year with 16 catches for 281 yards and three scores . . . Added a 14-yard TD catch against Utah . . . Also enjoyed multiple-reception outings vs. Washington (3-19 yards) and Washington State (2-35 yards) in consecutive weeks . . . Was the recipient of program’s Len Casanova Award as the team’s first-year player who exemplified the ideals and inspiration of the program’s former head football coach and athletics director.

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 84  Stetzon Bair
6-9 290 RJr. DL

St. Anthony, Idaho
(Iowa Western CC)
(South Fremont HS)

Redshirt year: 2012

  2013 — Made appearances in four games along the defensive line, recording a solo stop in the victory over California . . . While enhancing his skills on the Ducks’ scout team, he stepped onto the field for 13 snaps against both California and Washington State . . . Led all defensive linemen with seven tackles (four unassisted) in the 2014 Spring Game in addition to recording one quarterback sack and recovering one fumble. 2012 — Worked on the scout team during his redshirt campaign . . . Credited with three tackles in the Spring Game, including one tackle for loss for 4-yard setback.

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 85  Pharaoh Brown
6-6 250 Jr. TE

Lyndhurst, Ohio
(Brush HS)

Redshirt available

2013 — Started five of the first nine games after missing the first three games of the year . . . Credited with 10 receptions for 123 yards and two touchdowns during the season, including a career-long 28-yard catch against Utah . . . Enjoyed a trio of multi-catch appearances among his six outings with at least one reception, catching three passes for 17 yards and one score at Stanford and two receptions 42 yards against Utah . . . Added a 1-yard TD grab at Arizona in his most extensive play (58 snaps) of the year.

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 86  Torrodney Prevot
6-3 222 So. LB

Houston, Texas
(Alief Taylor HS)

Redshirt available

2013 — The true freshman displayed tendencies of becoming a big-play artist as he was particularly effective coming off the edge from the line of scrimmage . . . He also was a standout on special teams, registering the team’s third-most tackles covering kicks (8) . . . Was credited with 14 tackles in 11 games, including quarterback sacks against Nicholls, California, and Oregon State . . . Posted tackles in eight games, including a season-high five stops (3 unassisted) and one forced fumble vs. the Colonels, a recovered loose football at Washington, and broke up a pair of passes vs. the Golden Bears . . .  Experienced his most play in the season opener, taking part in 34 snaps vs. Nicholls.

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 87  Darren Carrington
6-2 191 RFr. WR

San Diego, Calif.
(Horizon HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

2013  — His impact during his redshirt season was limited due to being at less than full strength yet he made up for lost time during the 2014 spring . . . Benefitted from others’ misfortunes to take advantage of a lot of repetitions to place himself in the mix for significant playing time in the fall despite maladies of his own . . . Was the recipient of a 20-yard touchdown pass in the Spring Game among his three catches for 47 yards.

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 88  Dwayne Stanford
6-5 201 RSo. WR

Cincinnati, Ohio
(Taft HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

2013 — A preseason injury contributed to the decision for a redshirt year . . . Demonstrated ability to contribute as a true freshman the previous year as well as part of the 2013 scout team . . . Caught three passes for 14 yards and garnered a 17-yard run in the 2014 Spring Game. 2012 —  Appearing in all 13 games, caught  passes in each of first four outings… Completed first year with 11 catches for 106 yards in addition to picking up 8 yards on the ground at Arizona State … Hauled in team-high five catches for 41 yards in win vs. Arizona … Also grabbed pair of receptions vs. Arkansas State, Fresno State and Tennessee Tech . . . Opened his collegiate career with a pair of catches in each of his first three games, topped by 25 yards in receptions vs. Tennessee Tech … Second among receivers with 35-inch vertical leap.

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 89  Chris Tewhill
5-8 180 RSo. WR

Corte Madera
(College of Marin)
(Marin Catholic HS)

Redshirt year: 2012

BEFORE OREGON — Played one year at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps in the Southern California Intercollegiate Conference as a wide receiver, appearing in 8 games and accumulating 13 receptions for 90 yards . . .Known for his versatility in high school, the three-year letterman played wide receiver, defensive back, running back and quarterback for the Wildcats . . .Named to the All-League first team defense as a back in 2009, 2010 and 2011 . . . Made All-league second team offense as a receiver in 2011 and first team offense as the signal caller in 2010 . . . Also a three-year letterwinner in baseball, where he made the All-League team all three years.

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 90  Jake McCreath
6-3 242 RSo. TE

Ripon, Calif.
(Modesto)
(Ripon HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- Recorded 33 catches for 587 yards and four touchdowns in 2013 at Modesto ... named to the All-North Division Valley Conference team ... helped Modesto to the Golden Valley Bowl ... earned two letters at Ripon High School ... recorded 757 career yards for a 14.6 average ... scored 11 touchdowns in two seasons.

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 91  Tony Washington
6-3 250 RSr. LB

Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.
(Los Osos HS)

Redshirt year: 2010

2013 — Ducks’ eighth-leading tackler and top-five returnee earned Pac-12 honorable mention all-conference acclaim after finishing 13th in the country (3rd in the league) with four forced fumbles . . . Assuming the role from program’s 2013 first-round NFL draft pick, posted comparable numbers to the former standout’s junior season . . . The first-year starter opened all 13 games, finishing with 60 tackles and team highs in tackles-for-loss (12-50 yards) and quarterback sacks (7.5) . . . Accumulated a season-best seven tackles (4 unassisted) in season-opening win over Nicholls . . . Totaled six solo tackles and a 2013  two quarterback takedowns in win vs. Washington State . . . Finished with six tackles and 1.5 tackles for loss in win against California . . .  Credited with QB sacks in seven of his first eight outings, including drops against Virginia, Cal, Colorado, Washington and UCLA, as well as tackles for losses in nine games . . . Also jarred the ball loose against Nicholls, the Cavaliers, the Golden Bears and the Bruins . . . Tallied five tackles four times – at Washington, at Stanford, at Arizona and vs. Oregon State . . . Took part in more than 60 plays in 11 contests and a collegiate-best 108 snaps against the Beavers.

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 92  Henry Mondeaux
6-5 256 Fr. DL

Portland, Ore.
(Jesuit HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- Attracted attention for his prowess on the offensive side of the ball as he displayed the athleticism to play tight end, fullback, defensive end and linebacker throughout his prep tenure . . . The three-year starter on both sides of the line of scrimmage and 2013 Metro League Player of the Year garnered first-team all-state accolades at tight end his junior and senior seasons while adding first-team defensive honors in 2012 . . . Caught 12 passes for 223 yards and two touchdowns his final prep campaign in addition to carrying the ball twice for 19 yards and two scores . . . The Crusaders completed 2013 with an 11-3 record under head coach Ken Potter after falling to Central Catholic for the 6A state championship . . . Placed second in the discus and sixth in the shot put in the 2013 Oregon High School State Track & Field Championships.

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 93  Alec Eickert
5-10 175 Jr. PK

St. Charles, Ill.
(Taylor University)
(Aurora Christian)

Redshirt available

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 93  Jason Sloan
6-3 210 RFr. DL

Salem, Ore.
(McKay HS)

Redshirt available

 2013 — The walk-on defensive lineman worked on his transition to the next level by his diligence on the scout team . . . Was credited with one unassisted tackle in the 2014 Spring Game.  

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 94  Jonathan Kenion
6-2 275 RFr. DL

Happy Valley, Ore.
(Southern Oregon)
(Clackamas HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

2013 –  Added to the Oregon roster in September after attending Southern Oregon in the spring . . . Redshirted the year while fulfilling his year in residency and contributing to the Ducks’ scout teams . . . Credited with two tackles in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 95  Spencer Stark
6-2 270 Fr. DL

Modesto, Calif.
(Central Catholic HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- Named Division 4 state Player of the Year by MaxPreps.com ... first team All-State after the 2013 season ... MaxPreps 2013 Small-Schools All-American ... All-Sac-Joaquin Secton Team selection ... recorded 48 tackes (24 solo) as a senior ... made 2.0 sacks ... notched 53 tackles as a junior in 2012, including 2.5 tackles for loss ... recorded 101 career tackles.

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 96  Christian French
6-5 245 RJr. LB

Cedar Rapids, Iowa
(John F. Kennedy HS)

Redshirt year: 2011

2013 — Working into the rotation as a reserve defensive end, he made appearances in 11 games while finishing the season with eight tackles (2 unassisted) . . . Equaled his career best with four stops, including one tackle for a loss of 1 yard, in the victory at Virginia . . . Also credited with aiding a TFL among his two assists in his most extensive playing time of the year (39 snaps) in the Alamo Bowl win over Texas . . . Took part in 38 plays against Utah, which resulted in one assisted takedown . . . Added 0.5 TFL among his two tackles in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 97  Will Genske
6-4 215 Fr. TE

Pasadena, Calif.
(Pasadena Poly)

Redshirt available

First-team all-Prep League selection reached the end zone six times and had 310 receiving yards as a senior. ... As a junior, was a first-team all-league offensive lineman and a second-team all-area defensive lineman. ... Also an accomplished basketball player who averaged 16 points, 12 rebounds and four assists as a senior. ... First-team all-league, all-area and all-CIF Southern Section in basketball as a senior. ... First-team all-league and second-team all-CIF Southern Section as a junior on the hardwood.

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 97  Jalen Jelks
6-6 268 Fr. DL

Phoenix, Ariz.
(Desert Vista HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- Has made rapid progress in refining his skills despite playing the game on an organized level for only three years . . . The Arizona Division I first-team all-state selection (Arizona Football Coaches Association) and Top-25 all-Arizona pick (AFCA) was included among Scout.com’s list of 100 best standouts in the West . . . Posted 12 tackles for loss and 10 quarterback sacks (67 yards) among his 72 tackles (53 unassisted) in nine games his senior season, as well as forced three fumbles and blocked one field goal . . . Enjoyed consecutive weeks with 13 tackles (vs. Boulder Creek), 13 tackles (vs. Mountain View) and 12 stops (against Cienega), with 30 of the 38 takedowns coming unassisted . . . Also recorded four TFLs in the season opener vs. Mission Hills for the Thunder, who ended the year with a 4-6 record . . . Turned in one of the top defensive efforts at last summer’s Nike Football Training Camp (Los Angeles) and has been selected to represent the U.S. in the Under-19 International Bowl vs. Canada in Arlington, Texas on Feb. 7 . . . The two-way starter also stepped in at left offensive tackle in 2013 . . . Completed his prep career with 113 tackles (78 solo), 17 TFLs, 15 QB sacks, four caused fumbles and three fumble recoveries, with his junior-year totals including a 38-yard fumble return for a touchdown against Mesa . . . Considered to possess good lateral mobility and quickness, along with a toughness and motor to match . . . Head coach Dan Hines led Desert Vista to a 9-3 record and a state semifinal loss to eventual state champion Hamilton in 2012.

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 98  Jordan Kurahara
6-8 220 Fr. DL

Sherwood, Ore.
(Sherwood HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON -- Earned three letters at tight end and defensive end ... recorded 47 total tackles (32 solo, 15 asst.) as a senior in 2013 ... averaged 3.6 tackles per game ... notched 6.5 sacks and four hurries ... made one interception ... made 39 tackles and 6.0 sacks as a junior ... averaged 5.6 tackles per game in 2012 ... also played at forward for the basketball team.

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 99  Sam Kamp
6-4 290 RJr. DL

Mesa, Ariz.
(Mountain View HS)

Redshirt year: 2011

2013 — Added to the Ducks’ depth along the defensive front, stepping onto the field for appearances in 11 games . . . Garnered the majority of his playing time during the first half of the season, including a season-high 37 snaps the third week of the season vs. Tennessee, but has conditioned himself to make a season-long presence in 2014 . . . Was credited with five of his nine tackles during the first five games of the season, including two takedowns vs. both Nicholls and Tennessee, before recording two solo stops at Arizona . . . Posted a pair of tackles in the 2014 Spring Game.

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Offense
Wide Receiver
88 
Dwayne Stanford  RSo.
87 
Darren Carrington  RFr.
23 
B.J. Kelley  RJr.
19 
Austin Daich  RSo.
89 
Chris Tewhill  RSo.
 
Running Back
24 
Thomas Tyner  So.
or 9 
Byron Marshall  Jr.
or 21 
Royce Freeman  Fr.
31 
Kenny Bassett  RSr.
36 
Kani Benoit  RFr.
30 
Ayele Forde  RSr.
20 
Tony James R Fr.
26 
Casey Eugenio R Fr.
37 
J.J. Jones  RSo.
41 
Jarret LaCoste R Jr.
34 
Lane Roseberry  RSo.
 
Quarterback
Marcus Mariota  RJr.
17 
Jeff Lockie  RSo.
12 
Taylor Alie  RFr.
16 
Morgan Mahalak R Fr.
Ty Griffin I RFr.
 
Slot Receiver
Keanon Lowe  RSr.
Charles Nelson  Fr.
82 
Zac Schuller  Jr.
10 
Johnathan Loyd  RSr.
11 
Bralon Addison + Jr.
 
Wide Receiver
Devon Allen  RFr.
Chance Allen  RSo.
15 
Jalen Brown R Fr.
27 
Jeff Bieber R Fr.
Right Tackle
73 
Tyrell Crosby  Fr.
78 
Cameron Hunt  So.
71 
Braden Eggert R Fr.
74 
Elijah George  RFr.
70 
Matt McFadden  RSo.
72 
Andre Yruretagoyena + RJr.
Right Guard
78 
Cameron Hunt  So.
76 
Jake Pisarcik  RFr.
79 
Evan Voeller  RFr.
63 
Davis Miyashiro R Fr.
Center
55 
Hroniss Grasu  RSr.
57 
Doug Brenner  RFr.
61 
Brigham Stoehr  RFr.
60 
Jim Weber R Fr.
Left Guard
54 
Hamani Stevens  RSr.
77 
Haniteli Lousi  Jr.
68 
Jamal Prater  RJr.
67 
Tanner Davies R Fr.
Left Tackle
75 
Jake Fisher + Sr.
or 62 
Matt Pierson  RJr.
64 
Tyler Johnstone + RJr.
Tight End
85 
Pharaoh Brown  Jr.
83 
Johnny Mundt  So.
or 81 
Evan Baylis  RSo.
80 
Koa Ka'ai  RJr.
90 
Jake McCreath  RSo.
40 
Taylor Stinson R Fr.
97 
Will Genske R Fr.
 
Defense
 
Defensive End
Arik Armstead  Jr.
55 
Tui Talia  Jr.
92 
Henry Mondeaux  Fr.
97 
Jalen Jelks R Fr.
95 
Spencer Stark R Fr.
Nose Guard
56 
Alex Balducci  Jr.
99 
Sam Kamp  RJr.
50 
Austin Maloata  Fr.
94 
Jonathan Kenion  RFr.
Defensive End
44 
DeForest Buckner  Jr.
45 
T.J. Daniel  RSo.
84 
Stetzon Bair  RJr.
93 
Jason Sloan  RFr.
98 
Jordan Kurahara R Fr.
 
Outside Linebacker
91 
Tony Washington  RSr.
96 
Christian French  RJr.
42 
Cody Carriger  RSo.
57 
Ryan McCandless  RJr.
52 
Ivan Faulhaber  RFr.
Inside Linebacker
22 
Derrick Malone Jr.  RSr.
35 
Joe Walker  Jr.
59 
Grant Thompson  RSr.
18 
Jimmie Swain  Fr.
Inside Linebacker
48 
Rodney Hardrick  RJr.
46 
Danny Mattingly  RFr.
27 
Johnny Ragin III  So.
51 
Isaac Ava  RSr.
Outside Linebacker
33 
Tyson Coleman  RJr.
86 
Torrodney Prevot  So.
11 
Justin Hollins  Fr.
32 
Eddie Heard R So.
38 
Mike Garrity  RSr.
 
Left Cornerback
13 
Troy Hill  RSr.
Dior Mathis  RSr.
29 
Stephen Amoako  RSo.
21 
Mattrell McGraw R Fr.
37 
Michael Manns  RSo.
 
Free Safety
Erick Dargan  RSr.
17 
Juwaan Williams  RFr.
Issac Dixon  RJr.
25 
Glen Ihenacho R Fr.
Rover
Reggie Daniels  RSo.
Tyree Robinson  RFr.
26 
Khalil Oliver R Fr.
43 
Bronson Yim  RJr.
 
Right Cornerback
14 
Ifo Ekpre-Olomu  Sr.
12 
Chris Seisay  RFr.
Arrion Springs  Fr.
Dominique Harrison +R Jr.
 
Special Teams
Place Kicker
49 
Matt Wogan  So.
41 
Aidan Schneider  Fr.
48 
Eric Solis  RSr.
40 
Jesse Kelly R Fr.
93 
Alec Eickert R Jr.
Punter
38 
Ian Wheeler  RFr.
49 
Matt Wogan  So.
Kick Returner
Keanon Lowe  RSr.
Devon Allen  RFr.
24 
Thomas Tyner  So.
Charles Nelson  Fr.
Punt Returner
14 
Ifo Ekpre-Olomu  Sr.
Keanon Lowe  RSr.
or 6 
Charles Nelson  Fr.
Long Snapper
58 
Tanner Carew  Fr.
36 
Devin Melendez R Fr.
53 
Connor Johnson  RFr.
Holder
12 
Taylor Alie  RFr.
17 
Jeff Lockie  RSo.
 
+ = Player is injured   I = Player is ineligible.   R = Player is probably redshirting this season. Last Updated: 09/16/2014