Chile Duck's
Duck Depth Chart
Summer Roster 2017
Jul 22, 2017

Player information and summary text has been obtained from GoDucks.com the official web site for Oregon Football. Depth positions are taken from Game Notes, media and internet reports primarily from the blog by Rob Moseley, Editor, GoDucks.com. INJURY MARKINGS ARE SPECULATIVE. Oregon does not report or discuss player injuries.

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 10  Ty Griffin
6-0 200 R-Sr. CB

Powder Springs, Ga. / McEachern

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201630
201560
2017 – Recorded one solo tackle during the Spring Game.
2016 — Saw action in three games over the season . . . Recorded three (2-1) tackles.
2015 — The converted quarterback came off the bench to contribute in six games in the defensive secondary and on special teams, accumulating a season-high three tackles (one unassisted) against Utah in his most extensive play of the year (36 snaps) . . . Made his collegiate debut in the season opener vs. Eastern Washington . . . Was credited with his first collegiate stop (one unassisted) and a pass breakup the third week of the season against Georgia State . . . Demonstrated a better understanding of the position with additional reps during the 2016 off-season workouts, including five tackles (four unassisted) and an interception in the Spring Game.
2014 — Sat out the season due to NCAA requirements after transferring from Georgia Tech . . . Spent the year gaining a grasp of the Oregon offense while concentrating his efforts on quarterbacking the scout team . . .  Completed four of 12 passes for 67 yards, throwing one touchdown and one interception in the 2015 Spring Game . . . Added 15 yards on eight carries.
BEFORE OREGON —  Redshirted his only season at Georgia Tech while running the scout team . . . The dual-threat quarterback earned all-region MVP and all-Cobb County acclaim in his lone season at McEachern High School under head coach Kyle Hochman

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 10  Justin Herbert
6-6 225 So. QB

Eugene, Ore. / Sheldon

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201697
2017 – Guided his team to a win during the Spring Game by rushing 17 yards on eight carries, and completing 16-of-26 passes and three touchdowns.
2016 — First true freshman to start a game as quarterback since 1983 . . . Made his collegiate debut in the season opener vs. UC Davis, taking the final snap from center in a 53-28 win . . . Didn’t return again until four games later, culminating a 2-minute, 85-yard drive late in the fourth quarter with a 4-yard scoring run . . . Faced an undaunting task by breaking into the starting lineup the following week against No. 5 Washington, completing 21 of 34 passes for 179 yards and two touchdowns despite throwing an interception on his first play from scrimmage . . . In the second start the next week against Cal, he tied the Oregon single-game record for most touchdown passes with six for 258 yards . . . The following game he again put up unprecedented numbers against Arizona State, setting a school record for total offensive yards with 512 yards and tying the single-game passing record with 489 yards (31-of-42), which was first set in 1989 by Bill Musgrave . . . He equaled the school record for most touchdown passes thrown in a three-game stretch with 12, matching Marcus Mariota (2012) and Joey Harrington (2000) . . . During the same three-game stretch, his completions (74), attempts (116), and yards (926) also were a first by a freshman quarterback . . . His calm demeanor was at its finest in a come-from-behind win at Utah, accounting for four touchdowns in the final 15:27 of the game to help the Ducks overcome a 14-3 deficit

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 11  Thomas Graham Jr.
5-11 188 Fr. CB

Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. / Rancho Cucamonga

Redshirt available

2017 – Contributed to the Spring Game by recording two solo tackles.  BEFORE OREGON: The sixth-ranked cornerback in the country and 49th-ranked overall recruit by ESPN … Also 10th overall cornerback and the 82nd overall recruit by 247Sports.com … A consensus four-star recruit … Ranked 10th in the country at his position and 10th overall in the state of California … Invited to play in the 2017 Under Armour All-America Game … Named one of the top 100 recruits on the West Coast by the Tacoma News Tribune … Selected to the Los Angeles Times’ All-Star team as a senior … Intercepted two passes, returning one for a touchdown, while making 45 tackles and breaking up seven passes as a senior … Also caught 39 passes for 490 yards and six touchdowns while helping lead Rancho Cucamonga to a CIF-Southern Section Division 1 semifinal appearance … Racked up 890 all-purpose yards and eight total touchdowns in 2016 … Voted the SoCal Prep Legends Boys Athlete of the Week after catching a touchdown pass, returning an interception for a touchdown and making five tackles in a 42-26 win over Mission Viejo in the CIF-SS Division 1 quarterfinals …. Named to the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin’s All-Area second-team as a junior after recording 103 tackles while intercepting one pass and returning it 82 yards for a touchdown … Also received offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Alabama, Boise State, BYU, California, Colorado, Illinois, Louisville, LSU, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon State, UCLA, USC, Utah, Washington and Washington State.

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 11  Justin Hollins
6-6 237 R-Jr. OLB

Arlington, Texas / Martin

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
20161212
201500
2014140

2016 — Started at defensive end in all twelve games of the season . . . Recorded 51 (27-24) tackles with 9.5 tackles for loss for 33 yards . . . Stood out vs Utah with a career-high of nine (7-2) tackles, 2.5 tackles for loss and a sack. 
2015 — Injuries relegated him to the sidelines for the entire year after he contributed to the Ducks' success as a true freshman . . . Was shifted from outside linebacker to defensive end prior to the 2016 spring as part of the program's realignment to a 4-3 defensive and if the Spring Game was any indication, the change would appear to be to his liking . . . Led all tacklers with eight stops in the final exhibition of the off-season.
2014 — The true freshman appeared in 14 games primarily on the kickoff coverage team and as a reserve outside linebacker, posting 10 tackles (three of which came on special teams) . . . Recovered a fumble in the final quarter of a victory over Oregon State . . . Logged two tackles in four different games (Wyoming, Washington, California, and Arizona), including one tackle for loss against the Cowboys . . . Took part in 20 or more snaps on five occasions, topped by 29 plays vs. Wyoming.
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

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 12  Taylor Alie
6-0 186 R-Sr. QB

Eugene, Ore. / Sheldon

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2016100
2015120
2014150
201300
2017 – Recorded one 11-yard reception during the Spring Game.  2016 —Holder for 10 games this season, totaling 38 games over the last three seasons. 
2015 — Experienced his first significant time at quarterback in the win at Colorado, coming off the bench to complete four of nine passes for 83 yards and his first career touchdown pass (43 yards) . . . Also ran five times for 22 yards . . . Returned the following week to split time vs. Washington State, scoring his third TD of the year on an 8-yard run  . . . Highlighting his first action under center as a collegian was a 87-yard scoring run against Georgia State - the second-longest run by a quarterback in school history . . . Followed that up the next week with a 14-yard scoring scamper vs. Utah in addition to completing two of three passes for 13 yards . . . Completed the year connecting on six of 14 passes for 96 yards and one touchdown while running with the football 10 times for 142 yards and three scores . . . Was the holder for 42 consecutive successful placements into the first seven games before finishing the year holding for kickers who put points on the scoreboard on 89 of 91 attempts . . . Orchestrated a trio of unsuccessful two-point conversion attempts . . . The academic all-conference honorable mention selection spent the majority of the 2016 spring tutoring program's young quarterbacks while expanding his resume as a receiver.
2014 — Emerged into the role as the team’s holder on all placements in 15 games, resulting in the Ducks converting 18 of 21 field goal tries and 79 of 83 PATS

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 12  Sampson Niu
6-1 217 Fr. ILB

San Diego, Calif. / Madison

Redshirt available


BEFORE OREGON — The 12th-ranked inside linebacker in the country and 39th overall prospect in the state of California by Rivals.com ... Ranked 16th in the nation at his position and 39th in the state by 247Sports.com ... Rated the 18th best inside linebacker by ESPN ... A Rivals.com four-star recruit ... Selected to play in the 2017 U.S. Army All-American Bowl ... Played in the 2017 Polynesian Bowl ... Named one of the top 100 recruits on the West Coast by the Tacoma News Tribune ... Named rst-team All-CIF San Diego Section as a senior ... Helped lead Madison to a CIF Division 2-AA state championship after recording 160 tackles, 16 for loss, eight sacks and one interception ... Recorded 14 tackles in the Warhawks’ 21-17 state championship victory over Valley Christian ... Earned rst-team All-CIF San Diego Section honors as a junior ... Made 90 tackles, eight for loss, 1.5 sacks and forced a fumble ... Made 90 stops along with two sacks, four tackles for loss and two interceptions as a sophomore ... Helped Madison to a CIF San Diego Section semi nal appearance in 2014 ... Also received o ers from Arizona, Arizona State, Boston College, California, Colorado, Colorado State, Louisville, LSU, Michigan, Nevada, Notre Dame, Ole Miss, Oregon State, San Diego State, South Carolina, UCF, UNLV, USC, Utah, Vanderbilt, Washington, Washington State and Wisconsin. 

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 13  Dillon Mitchell
6-1 195 So. WR

Memphis, Tenn. / White Station

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201660
2017 – Recorded three receptions for 75 yards during the Spring Game.
2016 — Graduated early from high school in time to enroll at Oregon for the start of the winter term and participate in off-season workouts . . . Quickly displayed an unsurpassed athleticism that set him apart from others as well as a maturity that could accelerate his timetable for immediate contributions in the fall . . . Appeared to be unfazed by the spotlight in the 2016 Spring Game, leading all receivers with seven catches for 104 yards and touchdowns of 32 and 31 yards . . . Made his season debut in the game against Colorado . . . Made his career debut against Colorado becoming the eighth true freshman of the season to play . . . Became the primary punt returner against Stanford . . .  Recorded career-best two kick returns for 34 yards against Washington . . . Recorded two receptions for nine yards, seven punt returns for 26 yards, and three kick returns for 49 yards during the season. BEFORE OREGON – Has positioned himself as an athletic standout as demonstrated by being named Tennessee’s football Gatorade Player of the Year as well as one of the top basketball point guards in the country . . . Receiving countless scholarship offers from Power Five conference schools in both sports, the two-time first-team football all-state athlete (Tennessee Sports Writers Association and Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association) was included among Rivals.com Rivals250 listing

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 13  Arrion Springs
5-11 205 Sr. CB

San Antonio, Texas / Roosevelt

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2016128
20151312
201490
2017 – Returned the the field during the Spring Game and recorded three solo tackles, one tackle-for-loss for seven yards and one interception.
2016 — Became one of Oregon's top defensive leaders over the season . . . Started at cornerback in nine games but saw action in all twelve throughout the season . . . Recorded 39 tackles, 29 of those being unassisted, 3.5 tackles for loss for 7 yards . . . Team-high twelve pass break-ups through twelve games, putting him in the career top 10 at Oregon . . . Stood out against USC for his pass breakups . . . Had one fumble return against Nebraska to gain 34 yards.
2015 — The 12-game starter made the most of his first season of extensive action from the line of scrimmage, finishing the year third in tackles among the defensive secondary (53) and the team-leader in passes broken up (12) . . . Also concluded the year with forced fumbles against Washington State and USC . . . Benefitted from the unfortunate injuries to others to play a bigger role than might have been expected at the start of the year yet made the most of his opportunities as he was difficult to dislodge down the stretch . . . Averaged better than 88 plays per game over the course of his final eight appearances . . . Accumulated 117 plays vs. Washington State and 116 at Arizona State to log the second-most snaps of any of the team's defensive backs . . . Made his first career start in the season opener against Eastern Washington, notching seven unassisted tackles and two pass breakups, before pacing the Ducks with a career-high 13 tackles in addition to breaking up a pair of passes at Michigan State

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 14  Ugochukwu Amadi
5-10 195 Jr. CB

Nashville, Tenn. / Overton

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2016129
2015134
2017 – Recorded two solo tackles during the Spring Game. 2016 — In his sophomore year he started eight games, including the last four, but saw action in all 12  . . . Recorded 31 solo tackles and 11 assisted tackles this season . . . Broke up six passes this season . . . Stood out vs. USC teaming up with Arrion Springs to break up three passes which was a personal best . . . Third best in tackles vs. Washington State with six recorded tackles (5-1) . . . Eighth best defensive leader of the season.
2015 — The true freshman earned his first two starting nods as a collegian against Georgia State and Utah before returning to the opening lineup the last two games of the regular season vs. USC and Oregon State . . . Stepping onto the field for all 13 games, he posted a season-high seven tackles (6 unassisted) against the Trojans while participating in more snaps (499) on the year than any other first-year defender . . . Added five stops (4 solo) in each of his first two opening assignments, with his 25 tackles ranking sixth among the team's defensive backs . . . Included were tackles-for-loss in wins over the Panthers and USC . . . Was credited with his first collegiate theft at Michigan State, returning the pick 25 yards, before preserving the win at Washington with an interception and 6-yard return in the closing seconds in Oregon territory . . . Enrolled in classes at the start of the winter term in order to take part in the 2015 spring drills

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 14  Demetri Burch
5-11 181 Fr. ATH

Apopka, Fla. / Apopka

Redshirt available


BEFORE OREGON — The 57th-ranked athlete in the country and 93rd-overall prospect in the state of Florida by Rivals.com … Rated the 65th-best athlete in the nation and 136th overall recruit in the state by 247Sports.com … Also ranked 27th among wide receivers in Florida by Scout.com … A consensus three-star recruit … Selected to the All-Metro Conference West team as a senior … Ran for 762 yards and 15 touchdowns on just 71 carries for an average of 10.7 yards per rush … Named second-team 8A all-state as a junior … Also named to the second-team All-State Elite Team by FloridaHSFootball.com … Ran for 1,117 yards and 10 touchdowns to help lead Apopka to an 8A state playoffs regional semifinal appearance … Earned 8A honorable mention recognition after helping lead Apopka to an 8A state title as a sophomore … Also received offers from Kentucky, Louisville, Marshall, Ohio, South Florida, Toledo and West Virginia.

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 15  Deommodore Lenoir
5-11 183 Fr. CB

Los Angeles, Calif. / Salesian

Redshirt available


BEFORE OREGON — The top-ranked athlete in the nation, seventh overall prospect in the state of California and 54th-ranked recruit in the country by Rivals.com … The seventh-ranked cornerback in the country and 66th overall prospect by 247Sports.com … Rated the seventh best at his position in the nation and 59th overall by Scout.com … A consensus four-star recruit … Invited to play in the 2017 U.S. Army All-American Bowl … Named one of the top 100 recruits on the West Coast by the Tacoma News Tribune Selected to be a part of USA Football’s Under-19 team following senior season … Named to the Los Angeles Times’ all-star team as a senior … Also named the 2016 Angelus League co-Player of the Year … Offensively, carried the ball 108 times for 1,172 yards and 17 touchdowns while racking up 663 receiving yards and seven touchdowns … Also threw for 595 yards and six touchdowns to put up 2,430 yards of total offense … Defensively, made 52 tackles while intercepting one pass and forcing two fumbles … As a junior, ran for 563 yards on 56 carries, averaging 10.1 yards per rush with five touchdowns … Also caught 19 passes for 389 yards and four touchdowns … Recorded 48 tackles while intercepting one pass and forcing one fumble … Ran for 763 yards and seven touchdowns on just 71 carries while also catching two touchdown passes as a sophomore … Made 50 tackles with seven pass breakups and one forced fumble … Also received offers from Alabama, Boise State, Boston College, BYU, California, Colorado, Florida, Fresno State, Illinois, Louisville, LSU, Miami, Michigan, Mississippi State, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Oregon State, San Diego State, TCU, Tennessee, UCLA, USC, Utah, Vanderbilt, Virginia Tech, Washington and Washington State.

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 16  Nick Pickett
6-1 187 Fr. S

Los Angeles, Calif. / Salesian

Redshirt available


BEFORE OREGON — The 66th-ranked athlete in the country and 93rd overall prospect in the state of California by 247Sports.com ... Also rated the 66th- best safety in the nation, eighth-best safety in the state and 12th best in the west region by Scout.com ... Ranked the 89th-overall prospect in California and 80th-best athlete in the country by ESPN ... A consensus three-star recruit ... Named to USA Football’s Under-19 team following senior year ... Recorded 64 tackles, ve for loss, and six pass breakups as a senior ... Also intercepted three passes, returning one for a touchdown and recovered one fumble ... Made a team-high nine tackles with one interception in Salesian’s 58-20 win over Bishop San Diego in a CIF Southern Section Playo s rst round win ... Also saw time at receiver while at Salesian, catching 17 passes for 256 yards and three touchdowns throughout his career ... Also received o ers from Fresno State, Hawaii, Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, San Diego State, San Jose State, Utah and Washington State. 

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 17  Braxton Burmeister
6-1 205 Fr. QB

La Jolla, Calif. / La Jolla Country Day

Redshirt available

2017 – Displayed his skills on the field at the Spring Game recording 14 carries gaining 32 yards and completed 3-of-7 passes for 63 yards.
BEFORE OREGON — Named a first-team Parade All-American and “Rising Star” following senior season ... The seventh-ranked dual-threat quarterback in the country and 27th overall prospect in the state of California by Rivals.com ... Ranked 10th among dual threat quarterbacks and 31st among all recruits in the state by 247Sports.com ... Also ranked 18th at his position and 46th in the state by ESPN ... A 247Sports.com, Rivals.com and Scout.com four-star recruit ... Named one of the top 100 recruits on the West Coast by the Tacoma News Tribune ... Set CIF San Diego Section career records in total yards (14,972), passing yards (11,512), passing touchdowns (127) and pass completions (853) in four varsity seasons ... Also selected first-team All-CIF San Diego Section ... Threw for 4,461 yards and 53 touchdowns with just eight interceptions while also rushing for 1,470 yards and 27 touchdowns ... Racked up 5,937 yards of total offense for an average of 371.1 per game while accounting for 80 total touchdowns, leading La Jolla Country Day to a CIF Division 5-A runner-up finish ... As a junior, threw for 2,771 yards and 31 touchdowns with just seven interceptions while rushing for 868 yards and 20 touchdowns ... Racked up 3,112 yards through the air with 30 touchdowns while picking up 553 yards on the ground and 13 touchdowns as a sophomore ... As a freshman, threw for 1,168 yards and 13 touchdowns while picking up 568 yards on the ground and rushing for eight touchdowns ... Also received offers from Arizona, Boston College, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Oregon State, San Diego State, South Carolina, Utah and Washington. 

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 17  Juwaan Williams
6-0 200 R-Sr. S

Tucker, Ga. / Tucker

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2016121
201572
2014130
201300
2017 – Recorded one solo tackle during the Spring Game.
2016 — Saw action in all twelve games of the season at safety . . . Listed as second on the depth chart at safety . . . Recorded eight (5-3) tackles during the season . . . Started in the season opener against UC Davis.
2015 — Was beginning to play some of his best football of his young career when injuries interfered with his progression and forced him to miss the final six games of the season . . . Broke into the starting lineup at safety for his first time as a collegian at Washington, accumulating a career-best eight tackles (six unassisted) in 74 plays before his exit . . . Recorded his first career interception in the season opener against Eastern Washington, returning it 17 yards . . . Also added a five tackles against the Eagles, including three solo stops . . . Made four solo tackles, including a tackle for loss, and forced one fumble that he subsequently recovered against Georgia State . . . Totaled two tackles while taking 64 snaps against Utah.
2014 — One of the team’s top special teams standouts along with being a major contributor off the bench in the secondary stepped onto the field in 12 of 15 games during the season . . . Recorded 16 tackles on the year, with 11 of the stops occurring while covering kickoffs . . . Was credited with nine unassisted takedowns, including an 11-yard quarterback sack in his collegiate debut against South Dakota

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 18  Charles Nelson
5-8 177 Sr. WR

Daytona Beach, Fla. / Seabreeze

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
20161211
20151211
2014151
2017 – Recorded five carries for gain of 6 yards, one kickoff return for 17 yards, and one solo tackle during the Spring Game.
2016 — His performance in the season opener vs. UC Davis only strengthened his reputation as one of the nation's most versatile players, accumulating a career single-game best 288 yards all-purpose yards . . . Not only did he return four punts for a personal all-time one-game high 98 yards, four kickoffs for 153 yards and tally 31 yards in receptions, he successfully converted two of four two-point conversions against the Aggies . . . Accounted for one additional games over 200 all-purpose yards (240 vs. Washington State) . . . Oregon’s career leader in kickoff return yards with 2,173 (89 attempts) was third in the nation in kickoff return yards (879), averaging 25.85 yards per runback . . . Opened nine games his junior year at wide receiver after starting the last eight outings at safety in 2015 . . . Accounted for the season’s first special teams touchdown against Washington State (100-yard kickoff return), becoming the only player in school history to mount returns over the century mark multiple times in career kickoffs . . . The Ducks’ receptions leader (52) grabbed a career-high eight catches (80 yards) at Nebraska as well as a season-best 85 yards the next week vs. Colorado to finish second on the team in receiving yardage (544) . . . Tied for a team-high five TD clutches and tacked on six more points through PAT conversions to finish fourth on the team in scoring (42)

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 18  Jimmie Swain
6-2 243 Sr. LB

Olathe, Kan. / Olathe North

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2016116
2015130
2014100

2016 — Finished the season as the Ducks’ second-leading tackler, with 29 of his 77 stops coming unassisted . . . Tallies included a pair of tackles for loss, including one vs. Washington and assists against Cal and Stanford . . . Started six of his 11 appearances and took part in 59 snaps or more on 10 occasions, earning his first career start close to home in Lincoln, Neb. . . . Posted a career-high 13 tackles vs. Arizona State, including nine solo stops one week after registering 11 tackles at California . . . Led the team in tackles against Washington (8) – parlaying them with two pass breakups – ASU, and Stanford (9), in addition to being credited with 11 stops at California . . . Forced a Utah fumble late in the second quarter on Oregon’s 11-yard line that preserved its 4-point deficit in the Ducks’ 2-point win.                   
2015 — One of the Ducks' top reserve linebackers came off the bench in all 13 games to post 15 tackles, including 0.5 TFLs vs. Georgia State . . . Was credited with a career-high four tackles against Utah in only nine snaps . . . Took part in 25 plays against Georgia State and 20 at Colorado, registering two stops on each occasion, and accumulated stops in eight appearances . . . Included were 10 tackles during a four-week stretch against the Panthers, Utes, Buffaloes and Washington State . . . Work ethic during the off-season could position him for a more prominent role from the line of scrimmage as well as on special teams in the coming season

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 19  Fotu T. Leiato II
6-1 200 Jr. S

Steilacoom, Wash. / Steilacoom

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2016120
2015130
2017 – Recorded five solo tackles, one sack, and one tackle-for-loss for 10 yards during the Spring Game.
2016 — Played in all twelve games of the season at safety . . . Recorded 16 (8-8) tackles during the season. 2015 — The true freshman excelled as a special teams standout from the outset, drawing double-team blockers from the opposition on a regular basis . . . Made appearances in 12 of 13 games while recording all seven tackles (3 unassisted) covering kickoffs . . . After posting his initial collegiate takedown at Michigan State, he was credited with a season-high three tackles in the win over USC . . . Also tallied stops vs. Washington, California, and Oregon State . . . Posted his most extensive action vs. Georgia State, logging 11 plays . . . Shifted from linebacker to safety in the 2016 spring, where his reputation as an aggressive competitor could become an asset as he earned more repetitions from scrimmage as the spring wore on . . . Was credited with three tackles in the '16 Spring Game.
BEFORE OREGON — Ascended from off the radar to one of the most highly-touted standouts in the West as Rivals.com tabbed him among Washington’s top five overall prospects while Scout.com ranked him as the top in-state safety and 14th in the West Region . . . The versatile standout and Associated Press second-team all-state linebacker earned South Puget Sound League defensive MVP accolades as well as first-team all-league acclaim as an athlete and kick returner

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 20  Tony Brooks-James
5-9 185 R-Jr. RB

Gainesville, Fla. / Gainesville

Redshirt year: 2014

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2016121
2015100
2017 – Team most all-purpose yards during the Spring Game recording 24 carries for 84 yards, one rushing touchdown, three receptions for 43 yards, and one kickoff return for 35 yards, totaling 162 all-purpose yards.
2016 — Voted by teammates as Oregon’s most outstanding offensive player, he finished the year as team's second leading rusher (771) in 12 appearances while leading regular ball carriers with a 7.6-yard average . . . Also tied for second on Ducks’ list in points scored (60) and ranked third in all-purpose yards (1,089) . . . The Pac-12’s second-team all-conference all-purpose pick posted a career-best 132 rushing yards vs. ASU on nine carries in addition to surpassing the 100-yard rushing plateau two more times as a sophomore against Colorado (120) and at California (109) . . . Converted three of his seven carries at Nebraska into touchdowns while reaching the end zone once on seven other occasions . . . Returned seven kickoffs for 137 yards (17.1 avg.), including 56 yards at Cal . . . Broke into the starting lineup vs. USC yet averaged better than 6.5 yards per carry coming off the bench in nine outings . . . Seven explosive plays from scrimmage (25 yards or more) included a 58-yard run vs. ASU . . . Hit his 1,000 yard career milestone in the season finale vs. Oregon State while surpassing no fewer than 16 personal bests during his second season.
2015 — Contributed to the program's unprecedented depth at the position as Oregon's fourth-leading rusher led all running backs with a 9.0 yards-per-carry average

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 21  Royce Freeman
5-11 231 Sr. RB

Imperial, Calif. / Imperial

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
20161110
20151313
20141510
2017 — Carried 12 carries for 43 yards and a touchdown during the Spring Game, adding one reception for 58 yards.
2016 — Finished the season as the team's leading rusher, recording nine touchdowns for 945 rushing yards, despite not playing against Colorado and less than full strength in several others . . . Started at running back in 10 games while adding a 10th score with a 1-yard catch in Salt Lake City . . . Remains only nine rushing touchdowns shy from becoming Oregon's all-time leader in career rushing touchdowns (44) and 936 yards away from equaling the Ducks all-time rushing record (4,146 yards) . . . The honorable mention all-conference standout eclipsed the 100-yard plateau five times, including his last three games of the year vs. Stanford, Utah and Oregon State, with his 22nd career effort over the century mark placing him second in Oregon history . . . Added a second 200-yard performance of his collegiate tenure with 207 yards against Virginia on a season-high 21 carries . . . Ran for three touchdowns at Washington State and scored a pair of TDs on two additional occasions . . . Included was a career-long 85-yard score in the second game of the year against Virginia . . . Only the fourth player in Oregon history to rush for more than 1,000 yards in back-to-back seasons (2014, 2015).
2015 — The second-team All-American (Football Writers Association of America) and Pac-12 Conference rushing runner-up (141.2 avg.) broke LaMichael James' single-season school rushing record with 1,836 yards, posting the Ducks' highest per-game average since James' 150.4 yards in 2011

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 21  Tyree Robinson
6-4 199 R-Sr. CB/S

San Diego, Calif. / Lincoln

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
20161211
20151311
2014151
201300
2017 – Recorded three solo tackles during the Spring Game.
2016 — Logged more snaps than any other player (984), taking part in 80 or more reps in eight of his first nine appearances while stepping onto the field in all 12 games . . . Took part in 98 and 99 plays in consecutive outings against Colorado and Washington State, respectively, and peaked with 124 snaps at California . . . The 11-game starter opened the season’s first two games at safety before converting to cornerback for the remainder of the season . . . The Ducks’ fourth-leading tackler (53) paced the team in stops on only one occasion (7 vs. Virginia) before coming back with a season-high nine tackles the following week at Nebraska, including his lone quarterback sack of the year . . . Tied for second on the team with six pass break ups as Oregon benefited from his lone interception of the campaign against Arizona State, picking off his fourth career errant throw at the Ducks’ 1-yard line and returning it 84 yards to prevent the Sun Devils from pulling within five points towards the end of the game . . . Also has been a regular on the Ducks’ kick coverage units.
2015 — Emerging as one of the Ducks' most versatile defenders, his mid-season shift from safety to cornerback coincided with the team winning its last six regular-season encounters . . . Appeared in all 13 games and finished the year as Oregon's fourth-leading tackler (64 stops)

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 22  Darrian Felix
5-11 194 Fr. RB

Fort Meyers, Fla. / Fort Meyers

Redshirt available


BEFORE OREGON — The 11th-ranked all-purpose back and 88th overall prospect in the state of Florida by 247Sports.com … Ranked eighth at his position by Rivals.com … The 57th-ranked athlete in the country by ESPN and 108th recruit in the state … A consensus three-star recruit … Named first-team News-Press All-Area as a senior … Ran for 1,477 yards and 20 touchdowns on 190 carries to help lead Fort Myers to a Florida 6A state playoff regional final appearance … Also caught three touchdown passes and racked up 1,808 all-purpose yards … Went over the century-mark in rushing seven times in 2016 … Selected third-team 6A all-state as a junior … Carried the ball 138 times for 1,029 yards and 14 touchdowns while also catching two more touchdown passes … Ran for 253 yards and four touchdowns while averaging 21.1 yards per carry in a state tournament first round win over Palmetto Ridge … Also received offers from Arizona, Arkansas, Auburn, Boston College, East Carolina, Florida Atlantic, Indiana, Iowa State, Kentucky, Louisville, Marshall, Miami, Mississippi State, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, Rutgers, South Florida, Southern Miss, Syracuse, Tennessee, UCF and West Virginia.

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 22  Jihree Stewart
6-0 182 R-So. CB

Corona, Calif. / Centennial

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201600
201500
2017 – Recorded two solo tackles, one sack and one tackle-for-loss during the Spring Game.
2016 — Redshirted
2015 — Contributions limited to the practice field as he was redshirted to preserve the additional year of eligibility for the future . . . Demonstrated improvement during spring workouts among a deep group of defensive backs.
BEFORE OREGON — Attracted 2015 PrepStar All-West Region accolades for a team that won nine straight games down the stretch to claim the CIF Southern Section, Pac 5 Division championship before falling to De La Salle in the CIF Open Division title game . . . Deemed as the 65th overall prospect in the state by ESPN.com and No. 10 in California at his position by Scout.com . . . The 2014 All-Inland Empire first-team defensive back and Riverside Press-Enterprise all-area honorable mention choice was credited with 159 career tackles (73 unassisted), seven interceptions and two fumble recoveries to play a key role in a pair of sectional championships under head coach Matt Logan . . . Was responsible for 56 total tackles (28 solo) and three interceptions his final year for the Huskies in addition to five passes broken up and a forced fumble . . . The team captain returned an interception for a touchdown against Serra after posting a season-high nine tackles vs. Bishop Gorman . . .  Tallied 68 tackles his sophomore season, including a personal-best 10 stops on two occasions.

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 23  Malik Lovette
5-11 205 R-So. WR

Redlands, Calif. / Redlands East Valley

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2016111
201510
2017 – Contributed to the Spring Game as a wide receiver, recording one reception for 31 yards.
2016 — Saw action in 11 games during the season, starting two games . . . First career start vs. Colorado and second vs Oregon State . . . Recorded 12 unassisted tackles and three assisted.
2015 — After beginning fall camp at wide receiver, he was switched to the defensive secondary shortly after the start of the season . . . Displayed ability to receive playing time as a true freshman yet proved to be a tremendous asset on scout teams during his redshirt year . . . Accomplished steady improvement during the 2016 spring practices, culminating in one assisted tackle and a pass broken up in the Spring Game.
BEFORE OREGON — The PrepStar All-American earned inclusion on the Rivals250, ESPN 300 and Scout.com 300 ledgers as one of the nation’s premier all-purpose athletes . . . The 4-star standout was ranked fourth in the country on the list of all-purpose backs by Rivals.com as well as the 26th overall prospect in the state by Scout.com . . . Rushed for 985 yards (8.2 avg.) and 23 touchdowns his senior year, placed third in the Inland Division in receiving yards with 70 catches for 1,154 yards and nine scores, and second in the division in scoring (174 points) . . . Included were a trio of TDs in the Wildcats’ 34-33 CIF Division II Bowl win over Clayton Valley Charter, catching nine passes for 154 yards and one touchdown against the Eagles

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 24  Taj Griffin
5-10 176 Jr. RB

Powder Springs, Ga. / McEachern

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201670
2015121

2016 — Saw action in eight games over the season, only missing the last few games due to an injury . . . Recorded 183 yards on 37 carries and three touchdowns . . . Fourth-best rusher of the season, despite missing four games . . . Career-most two touchdowns for 12 points, one rushing one receiving, against Washington . . . Had an explosive play against Nebraska racing 50 yards to score a touchdown.
2015 — Oregon's second-leading rusher (570 yards) averaged 7.4 yards per carry in 12 games, including a 62-yard run at Colorado . . . Earning his first collegiate start in Boulder, demonstrated his explosiveness by carrying the ball 11 times for a season-high 110 yards and a touchdown in his most extensive action (30 snaps) as a true freshman. . . Also caught three passes for 41 yards . . . Almost accumulated a second-consecutive 100-yard effort the following week vs. Washington State, tallying 96 yards on the ground . . . Came off the bench late in the fourth quarter to rush for 60 yards on three carries against Eastern Washington in his collegiate debut, including a 61 yard run . . . Contributed 56 yards on the ground and his first collegiate touchdown vs. Georgia State while adding scores against Stanford (49-yard reception) and Oregon State (14-yard run) . . . Added 91 all-purpose yards in the win over California . . . Graduated from high school early to facilitate enrollment at Oregon during the 2015 winter term 

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 24  Keith Simms
6-3 244 So. LB

Washington, D.C. / Landon

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201680
2017 – Recorded one solo tackle during the Spring Game.
2016 — Saw action in eight games during the season as a linebacker . . . Recorded 10 (4-6) tackles over the course of the season . . . Career-high 5 (1-4) tackles against Cal . . . One of six true freshmen to make their career debut in the season opener vs. UC Davis.
BEFORE OREGON — One of the most decorated football players ever to be produced by the school, the PrepStar all-East Region standout was rated as the state’s No. 8 prep prospect (Rivals.com) as well as the third-best outside linebacker in the East Region (Scout.com) . . . Included on the Scout 300 listing, the Bears’ team captain was credited with eight blocked kicks during a five-week span early in his senior season . . . Also considered as the No. 20 outside linebacker in the country by Rivals.com. SIMMS' CAREER BESTS Tackles: 5, California, 10/21/16 (1-4) Solo Tackles: 1, UC Davis, 9/3/16; California, 10/21/16

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 25  Brady Breeze
6-1 200 R-Fr. DB

Lake Oswego, Ore. / Central Catholic

Redshirt year: 2016

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201600
2017 – During the Spring Game he recorded five solo tackles and one break up.
2016 — Redshirted his freshman season.
BEFORE OREGON — Included among Rivals.com Rivals250 as the state’s No. 1 prep prospect (Scout.com), the PrepStar All-American was one of 50 high school players selected to play for the U.S. Under-19 National Team in the 2016 International Bowl...Ranked as the No. 9 safety in the country by Rivals.com as well as 34th in the West by Scout.com, the two-time first-team all-state defensive back (The Oregonian) helped lead the Rams to an 8-3 record his senior year and a pair of Mt. Hood Conference titles, along with the Oregon 6A state championship in 2014...Garnered 58 tackles (31 unassisted), two fumble recoveries, and one interception as a senior while tallying 458 rushing yards (7.6 avg.) and six touchdowns...Also caught 10 passes for 179 yards and two more scores in addition to throwing for one TD...Accumulated 42 tackles and three interceptions his junior year in addition to contributing 175 rushing yards and 172 yards receiving...Earned second-team all-conference honors as a sophomore at South Medford High School while recording 79 tackles and five interceptions before transferring to Central Catholic prior to his junior season...Is the nephew of former Oregon All-America safety Chad Cota, who helped lead the Ducks to the 1995 Rose Bowl.

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 25  CJ Verdell
5-9 195 Fr. RB

Chula Vista, Calif. / Mater Dei

Redshirt available


BEFORE OREGON — The 26th-ranked running back in the country and 48th-ranked prospect in the state of California by 247Sports.com ... Ranked 32nd at his position and 36th in the state by ESPN ... The third-ranked running back in California and 20th in the country by Scout.com ... An ESPN and Scout.com four-star recruit ... Named one of the top 100 recruits on the West Coast by the Tacoma News Tribune ... Named the 2016 CIF San Diego Section O ensive Player of the Year as a senior ... Awarded the 2016 Silver Pigskin ... Ran for 2,399 yards and 36 touchdowns on 262 carries, averaging 9.2 yards per carry to help lead Mater Dei Catholic to a CIF San Diego Section Division II Championship ... Also caught three touchdown passes and returned one kicko for a touchdown while accumulating 2,605 yards of total o ense ... Scored ve rushing touchdowns in a game three times in 2016 ... Selected first-team All-CIF San Diego Section as a junior ... Carried the ball 169 times for 2,135 yards averaging an impressive 12.6 yards per carry while rushing for 28 touchdowns ... Also caught ve touchdown passes, returned a kick for a touchdown and intercepted two passes to lead Mater Dei Catholic to a Division V-AA state title ... Scored three total touchdowns and ran for 153 yards in the Crusaders’ 56-21 win over Immanuel in the state championship game ... Also received o ers from Arizona, Arizona State, Baylor, Boston College, California, Colorado, Eastern Washington, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana State, Nebraska, Oregon State, San Jose State, Southern Utah, UCLA, Utah, Washington State and Wisconsin. 

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 26  Khalil Oliver
6-0 210 R-Jr. DB

Meridian, Idaho / Rocky Mountain

Redshirt year: 2014

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2016128
2015130
201400
2017 – Recorded one solo tackle during the Spring Game. 2016 — Saw action in all twelve games of the season . . . Recorded 25 unassisted tackles to end the season with 46 total tackles and 2.5 tackles for loss for 10 yards . . .  First career start against Nebraska where he recorded one solo tackle . . . Seven starts this season including Nebraska, Cal, ASU, USC, Stanford, Utah, and OSU . . . Career-high nine tackles vs. USC . . . One interception for 16 yards against Virginia.
2015 — Came off the bench to provide depth in the defensive secondary in all 13 games in addition to covering kicks as a special teams mainstay, increasing his productivity as the year wore on . . . Logged 35 or more plays on four occasions, with three of them taking place the second half of the season . . . Capped the year with a personal-best seven tackles (5 solo) in the season finale vs. TCU . . . Added a pair of unassisted tackles and one interception in the win over California while recovering a fumble against Washington State . . . Was credited with an assisted tackle on special teams in his collegiate debut vs. Eastern Washington in addition to recovering an on-sides kick ... Contributed four tackles against Washington and USC while participating in a season-high 57 plays on the latter occasion . . . Registered four of his five tackles unassisted in the 2016 Spring Game.
2014 — The Ducks were afforded the luxury of not having to press the talented freshman into duty, preserving his additional year of eligibility while providing a presence in practice

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 27  Jacob Breeland
6-5 237 R-So. TE

Mission Viejo, Calif. / Trabuco Hills

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2016110
201500
2017 – Contributed in the Spring Game by recording one reception for 12 yards and one solo tackle. 2016 — Saw action in 11 games this season . . . Made his career debut in game two against Virginia . . . Career high three receptions vs. Oregon State for 39 yards . . . Career best receiving yards (70) and long reception (63) vs. Washington State . . . Third best in receptions in game five vs. Washington State . . . Recorded six receptions for 123 yards.
2015 — Redshirted his freshman season behind a veteran contingent of tight ends.
BEFORE OREGON — The MaxPreps Division II second-team All-State standout also was selected All-West Region by PrepStar as well as California’s No. 4 tight end prospect by Scout.com, and among the top 26 players at his position in the country by Rivals.com . . . Also was named to the Orange County Register’s 2014 All-County first team and first-team All-Sea View League while helping the Mustangs to the Southwest Division Championship . . . Grabbed 61 receptions for 1,028 yards and 11 touchdowns as a wide receiver his senior year, including six catches for 111 yards and two TDs in the division championship semifinals against Buena Park . . . The program’s offensive most valuable player recipient was credited with a season-best 14 receptions for 208 yards in the regular-season setback vs. San Clemente before the Mustangs avenged the loss in the divisional title game

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 27  Mattrell McGraw
5-10 179 R-Jr. S

New Orleans, La. / John Curtis

Redshirt year: 2014

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201620
201500
201400
2017 – Recorded three solo tackles during the Spring Game.
2016 — Saw action in two games during the season.
2015 — Continued to provide depth in the secondary while contributing as a member of the scout team . . . Was unable to find his way onto the field in the fall and is positioned behind several more experienced teammates at safety . . . Recorded one assisted tackle in the 2016 Spring Game in addition to breaking up one pass attempt.
2014 — Represents one of several talented defensive backs who benefited from a veteran secondary in front of him that allowed coaches to preserve his four years of eligibility . . . Able to refine his skills as a scout team contributor in practice rather than be thrown into action before he was ready . . . Was credited with one tackle in the 2015 Spring Game.
BEFORE OREGON — Received Semper Fi All-America accolades as well as Greater New Orleans regional 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

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 28  Billy Gibson
6-1 174 Fr. S

Hialeah, Fla. / Miami Southridge

Redshirt available

2017 – Gave Oregon fans a taste of his skills at the Spring Game recording three solo tackles and one interception gaining 13 yards.
BEFORE OREGON — The 42nd-ranked safety in the country and the 115th overall recruit in the state of Florida by ESPN ... Ranked ninth among safeties in Florida by Scout.com ... Rated the 64th best safety in the nation by 247Sports.com ... A consensus three-star recruit ... Named honorable mention All-Miami-Dade County by the Miami Herald after helping lead Miami Southridge to an 8A state title as a senior ... Came up with a big fumble recovery to set up a touchdown drive in the fourth quarter of a 14-10 win in the state final over Dr. Phillips ... One of the leaders on a defense that pitched eight shutouts during the season, including a stretch of seven consecutive shutouts ... Earned honorable mention All-Miami-Dade County recognition from the Miami Herald as a junior ... Made 64 tackles with one interception return for a touchdown and two sacks ... Also received offers from Miami, Nebraska, North Carolina State, South Florida, Syracuse and West Virginia. 

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 28  Chayce Maday
5-11 179 R-Jr. WR

Corning, Calif. / Corning

Redshirt year: 2014

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201600
201500
2015 — Still awaiting his collegiate debut but maintained a solid presence in practice as part of the program's scout teams . . . Was named the Ducks’ scout team’s offensive player of the week for his efforts in aiding preparations heading into the Arizona State win . . . Caught one pass for 8 yards in the Ducks' 2016 Spring Game. 2014 — The walk-on joined the team following the start of classes in the fall, serving his apprenticeship as a member of the scout team with stints at both defensive back and wide receiver.
BEFORE OREGON — The two-year starting quarterback began his prep career for the Cardinals as a wide receiver and defensive back his sophomore season . . . Accumulated 518 yards passing and six touchdowns his final two seasons in addiion to running for 899 yards and eight scores while posting 67 tackles since the start of his sophomore campaign . . . Doubled as a basketball standout, earning first-team all-Northern League honors his senior year while averaging 8.3 points, 2.1 rebounds and 2.0 assists.

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 29  Kani Benoit
6-0 211 R-Sr. RB

Phoenix, Ariz. / Phoenix Thunderbird

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2016101
2015110
201470
201300
2017 – Most rushing yards during the Spring Game recording 109 yards on 5 carries, scoring an outstanding 95 yard touchdown. 2016 — Stood out vs. Nebraska recording his first career 100-yard game on 6 carries and one touchdown  . . . Made his first start of the season against Colorado with 49 yards on 13 carries . . . Saw action in 10 games finishing the season with 51 rush attempts for 300 yards and three touchdowns . . . Third best all purpose and rushing yards of the season.
2015 — Came within 15 yards of matching his freshman season total with 83 yards on the ground in the season opener against Eastern Washington . . . Returned nine weeks later to surpass his previous collegiate best with 94 yards on eight carries in the win over California . . . Accumulating yards on the ground in each of his 11 appearances, opened the Ducks’ scoring in his sophomore season debut with an 8-yard TD against the Eagles . . . Following the season was the recipient of the Dudley Clarke Award as team's most improved player . . . Combined the power to bull his way between the tackles and the speed to elude the pursuit once he cleared the line of scrimmage, the team's third-leading rusher completed the year running for 364 yards and added touchdown runs at Arizona State (62 yards) and Stanford (2 yards) . . . Also nabbed two receptions for 49 yards, including a 30-yard scoring catch in the win over USC . . . Took part in a career-high 18 plays vs. Eastern Washington and accumulated double-figure snaps on five other occasions

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 29  Pou Peleti-Gore
5-11 212 R-Jr. S

Rohnert Park, Calif. / Rancho Cotate

Redshirt year: 2016

2017 – Recorded two solo tackles, one sack, and one tackle-for-loss for three yards during the Spring Game.

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 30  Alfonso Cobb
-  R-Fr. WR

Chesterhill, Ohio / Federal Hocking

Redshirt year: 2016

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 31  Sean Killpatrick
5-11 197 R-So. CB

Pearland, Texas / St. Pius X

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201600
201500
2017 – Recorded two solo tackles during the Spring Game.
2016 — Redshirted
2015 — The walk-on enhanced his transition to the collegiate level as a scout team contributor, earning the scout team’s special teams player of the week for aiding the Ducks’ preparations heading into the California game.
BEFORE OREGON — The 2015 graduate of Houston’s St. Pius X School and three-year letterman was a 2014 finalist for the Houston TD Club Defensive Player of the Year after posting 54 tackles his senior year . . . The prep linebacker added 37 stops (including 25 solo) and one interception for the Panthers as a junior as well as ran for 190 yards and two touchdowns on 43 carries in 2012 . . . Also lettered four years in track.  

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 32  La'Mar Winston Jr.
6-3 215 So. LB

Portland, Ore. / Central Catholic

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2016110
2017 – Recorded two solo tackles, one sack and one tackle-for-loss for four yards during the Spring Game.
2016 — Participated in 11 games during the season mostly on special teams, recording five (2-3) tackles . . . One of six true freshmen to make their career debut in the season opener against UC Davis.
BEFORE OREGON — Included on the Rivals250 listing, the nation’s 11th-ranked athlete (Rivals.com) and PrepStar All-American has flourished as one of the most versatile athletes in the state for the 2014 OSAA state 6A champions . . . Rated as the state’s No. 2 prospect (Scout.com), the U.S. Army All-American was selected to play for the U.S. Under-19 National Team in last month’s 2016 International Bowl that defeated Canada, 33-0 . . . Tabbed as the No. 18 outside linebacker recruit in the country according to 247Sports, he accumulated 42 tackles (20 unassisted) his senior year, including 5.5 tackles for loss and five quarterback sacks, in addition to recovering two fumbles and forcing one other . . . Offensively he caught 25 passes for 462 yards and four scores for the Rams, who finished with an 8-3 record in 2015 after advancing to the state high school championship quarterfinals . . . Earned second-team all-state honors (The Oregonian) his final season at linebacker after claiming the same accolades as a wide receiver at the conclusion of the 2014 campaign . . . Initiated his high school career at linebacker where he was credited with 43 tackles and an interception as a sophomore before transitioning to receiver his junior year, grabbing 22 passes for 546 yards and seven touchdowns. WINSTON'S CAREER BESTS Tackles: 2, Arizona State, 10/29/16 (0-2)

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 33  Cyrus Habibi-Likio
6-1 211 Fr. ATH

Mountain View, Calif. / St. Francis

Redshirt available

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 34  Jordon Scott
6-1 335 Fr. DL

Largo, Fla. / Pinellas Park

Redshirt available


BEFORE OREGON — The 51st-ranked defensive tackle in the country and 106th overall prospect in the state of Florida by ESPN … The fifth-highest ranked defensive tackle in Florida and 44th overall at his position in the country by Scout.com … Ranked 59th in the country at defensive tackle and 116th overall in the state by 247Sports.com … A consensus three-star recruit … Named first-team All-Pinellas County as a senior … Recorded 40 tackles with three sacks and nine tackles for loss while forcing one fumble … Selected to the first-team Florida 7A All-State team as a junior … Also named first-team All-Pinellas County … Made 84 tackles with nine sacks, a Pinellas County leading 28 tackles for loss while forcing three fumbles … As a sophomore, recorded 49 tackles, six for loss, three sacks and one fumble recovery to help lead Pinellas Park to a 7A state tournament appearance … Also received offers from Arizona, Boston College, Florida, Florida Atlantic, Florida State, Indiana, Iowa State, Kentucky, Louisville, Minnesota, Navy, Ole Miss, Oregon State, Rutgers, South Florida, Tennessee, Toledo, USC and West Virginia.

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 35  Troy Dye
6-4 225 So. LB

Norco, Calif. / Norco

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2016119
HONORS AND AWARDS 2016 Pac-12 Player of the Week FWAA Freshman All-America Most Outstanding Player USA Today Sports Freshman All-America ESPN True Freshman All-America Pac-12 All-Conference Honorable Mention Skeie's Award (Team's Most Outstanding Defensive Player as voted on by teammates) 2017 – Recorded the third most tackles during the Spring Game with six solo tackles and one break up.
2016 — Oregon’s first true freshman defender on record to be voted a share of the school’s Most Outstanding Player award, he was named to the prestigious Football Writers Association of America (FWAA) freshman All-America team after leading the country in tackles among collegiate newcomers . . . The Pac-12 Conference’s honorable mention all-conference recipient also was honored as a freshman All-American by USA Today and a true freshman All-America by ESPN . . . Selected Pac-12 Player of the Week following his collegiate debut against UC Davis, the first true freshman to start at linebacker in over 38 years became the first freshman to record double-digit tackles in his first appearance since Peter Sirmon posted 17 tackles in his 1996 opener . . . Dye finished his opener with a game-high of 11 tackles, including 4.5 tackles for loss and a QB sack . . .  Led the Ducks in tackles (91), tackles for loss (13.0) and sacks (6.5) in addition to blocking one kick . . . Recording double-digit tackles in five games, including a career-high 14 stops at California while taking part in 102 snaps, he added 13 takeaways at USC as well as 10 vs. Colorado and Arizona State

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 37  Ivan Faulhaber
6-2 220 R-Sr. TE

Eugene, Ore. / Sheldon

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201610
201520
201440
201300

2016 — Recorded two snaps in his season debut game against Stanford.
2015 — Came off the bench in the latter stages of the season opener vs. Eastern Washington as well as against Georgia State, including a season-high 14 snaps in the latter outing.
2014 — The walk-on saw action in four games, including seven snaps in his collegiate debut against South Dakota, in addition to being a strong contributor on the scout team . . . Registered four tackles (three unassisted) in the 2015 Spring Game, including two tackles for a loss and one quarterback sack.
2013 — Transitioned to the next level by accumulating experience on the Ducks’ scout team during his redshirt year.
BEFORE OREGON — Had a career total of 734 receiving yards, 63 catches and 10 total touchdowns . . . Helped lead the Sheldon Irish to become state champions in 2012 as a senior linebacker and slot under head coach Lane Johnson . . . Ended his senior year with 590 total receiving yards and seven touchdowns . . . Named second team all-state as a linebacker in 2012 . . . Irish also won state championships his freshman season . . . Earned four letters playing baseball for the Irish as 1B/OF . . . Played in two games during his baseball career finishing with a career batting average of .250, one RBI and one hit . . . Lettered three years on Sheldon’s basketball team as post/guard . . . Played in a total of eight games with three points and 14 rebounds.

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 37  Dexter Myers
6-1 188 R-Fr. DB

Pasadena, Calif. / Maranatha

Redshirt year: 2016

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201600

2016 — Redshirted

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 38  Alec Hallman
6-2 200 Fr. K

Lithia, Fla. / Newsome

Redshirt available


BEFORE OREGON — The 25th-ranked athlete and 47th-overall prospect in the state of California by 247Sports.com … Rated the 42nd-overall running back in the country and 63rd-best prospect in California by Rivals.com … The fourth-highest ranked running back in California and 23rd overall at his position by Scout.com … A Scout.com four-star recruit … Played in the 2017 Polynesian Bowl … Named one of the top 100 recruits on the West Coast by the Tacoma News Tribune … Selected first-team All-West Catholic Athletic League as a senior … Ran for 805 yards and 11 touchdowns on 161 carries helping lead St. Francis to a CIF Central Coast Section Division 2 semifinal appearance as a senior … Named the WCAL Junior Player of the Year after rushing for 1,438 yards and 17 touchdowns, going over the 100-yard mark five times … Racked up 2,202 all-purpose yards while returning two kickoffs for touchdowns … Rushed for 258 yards and four touchdowns for an average of 12.9 yards per carry in a CIF Central Coast Section Division 2 semifinal win over Wilcox … Also received offers from Army, Boise State, BYU, California, Eastern Washington, Hawaii, Iowa State, UCF, UNLV, USC, Utah, Washington State and Wyoming.

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 39  Kaulana Apelu
5-11 210 Jr. LB

Aiea, Hawaii / Honolulu

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201691
2015130
HONORS AND AWARDS 2016 Pac-12 All-Academic Team (Honorable Mention) 2017 – Recorded two solo tackles during the Spring Game.
2016 — Made his season debut in the fourth game of the season against Colorado . . . Recorded five tackles against Colorado, four being unassisted . . . Stood out in his first career start vs. ASU, ending the game with 5 tackles (3-2) and his first career interception . . . Fourth best defensive leader vs. Cal with a career-high nine tackles (6-3) . . . 20 tackles in a three game streak (Cal/ASU/USC) . . . One of six players during the season to make an interception . . . Two starts during the season vs. ASU and USC . . . Finished the season with 29 total tackles (21-8).
2015 — The tenacity of the true freshman caught the eyes of his coaches from the outset, earning him play in all 13 games on special teams . . . Was credited with three unassisted stops among his four tackle, including takedowns against Georgia State, Utah, Washington and Oregon State . . . Earned his way onto the field for 189 snaps, including 24 plays against the Panthers and 21 vs. Utah . . . Was credited with seven tackles in the 2016 Spring Game in addition to breaking up one pass.
BEFORE OREGON — The 2015 Kamehameha Schools graduate rushed for 635 yards and seven touchdowns on his way to a second-team All-Interscholastic League of Honolulu  selection his sophomore year . . . In the process, the running back averaged 6.4 yards per carry in 2012

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 39  Ryan Bay
6-4 229 R-So. TE

Tigard, Ore. / Tigard

Redshirt year: 2015

 
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201620
201500
2017 – During the Spring Game he recorded three receptions for 35 yards, third most receptions on his team, and one solo tackle. 2016 – Saw action in one game vs. Washington State recording one unassisted tackle. 
2015 — The walk-on redshirted his first year at Oregon to help gain a better grasp of game after playing only one season at the high school level.
BEFORE OREGON — Originally regarded as a basketball player before transferring from Jesuit High School for his senior season . . . Became a two-way starter at Tigard as a senior after not playing football during sophomore and junior seasons . . . Finished the season as school’s third-leading receiver after hauling in 24 passes for 502 yards and six touchdowns . . . Caught three passes for 76 yards and two touchdowns against Canby … Exploded for five catches for a season-high 134 yards and a score against Tualatin . . . As a defensive end, racked up 45 tackles, including 23 solo . . . Led the team with 12 tackles for loss and 7.5 quarterback sacks. BAY'S CAREER BESTS Tackles: 1, Washington State, 10/01/16 (1-0)

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 40  Zach Emerson
6-2 216 R-Fr. PK

Bend, Ore. / Mountain View

Redshirt year: 2016

 
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201600
2017 – Saw action and displayed his skills during the Spring Game by recording a good 36 yard field goal and one touchback kickoff for 65 yards.
2016 — Redshirted

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 40  Taylor Stinson
6-5 246 R-Jr. TE

Happy Valley, Ore. / Clackamas

Redshirt year: 2014

 
Year
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201610
201500
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2017 – Recorded one 11 yard reception during the Spring Game. 
2016 — Saw action in the first game of the season vs. UC Davis.
2015 — Continued to be an asset on the practice field and aid the Ducks' preparations for upcoming opponents as exemplified by him being named Oregon's scout team special teams player-of-the-week for his efforts leading up to the school's win at Stanford.
2014 — The walk-on added to the program's depth in practice during his redshirt year . . . Continued his progression during spring drills while stepping onto the field during the 2015 Spring Game, catching one pass for a 20-yard gain.
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. HONORS AND AWARDS 2015 Special Teams Scout Team Player of the Year

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 41  Aidan Schneider
6-4 240 Sr. PK

Portland, Ore. / Grant

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2016120
2015130
201490
HONORS AND AWARDS 2015 2015 Vlade Award Winner 3rd-Team All-America (Associated Press) 1st-Team Pac-12 All-Conference (Coaches) Lou Groza Award Watch List (Nation's Top Placekicker) 2017 – During the Spring Game he recorded two kickoffs for 122 yards total.
2016 — The most accurate kicker in school history, the season’s Oregon scoring leader (69 points) has connected on 87.5 percent (42-of-48) of his career field goal attempts . . . His accuracy has been at its peak under 40 yards as he converted 88.6 percent of his kicks (31-35) at that range, yet he was perfect at 40 yards or longer his first two years . . . Was successful on 9-12 field goals and 42-43 PAT tries in 12 appearances as a junior to move into sixth on the program's all-time scoring list (275 points), second in PATs (149), and third in career field goals . . . Attempted kicks in 11 of 12 appearances and converted field goals on six occasions . . . Connected on 31 consecutive PATs through the first eight games before misfiring on his first try at USC, extending his school-record uninterrupted string to 102 . . . Duplicated his personal single-game best of four field goals (5 attempts) against ASU after first setting mark as a sophomore vs. Georgia State in a game where he also accounted for a personal pinnacle of 19 points . . . Booted his first six FG tries through the uprights before missing two of his next three attempts, yet finished the season strong with two of his three longest efforts as a collegian (47 and 46 yards) taking place in the year’s final two games at Utah and Oregon State. 2015 — The former walk-on was afforded first-team Pac-12 all-conference honors as voted by the league's coaches, as well as All-America third-team acclaim by the Associated Press after finishing second in the country in field goal accuracy (90.9%) and ninth in scoring (10.2 ppg) ... Named the winner of the 2015 Vlade Award presented by The Touchdown Club of Columbus honoring colle

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 41  Isaac Slade-Matautia
6-1 206 Fr. ILB

Honolulu, Hawaii / St. Louis

Redshirt available


BEFORE OREGON — The 11th-ranked inside linebacker in the nation and second overall prospect in the state of Hawaii by Rivals.com ... Rated 18th in the country at his position and second overall recruit in the state by 247Sports.com ... Also ranked second in the state and 24th in the nation at outside linebacker by ESPN ... A consensus four-star recruit ... Named one of the top 100 recruits on the West Coast by the Tacoma News Tribune ... Selected second-team all-state by the Honolulu Star-Advertiser as a senior after helping lead the Crusaders to an Open Division state title ... Also named honorable mention All-Hawaii by ScoringLive.com ... Made four tackles with two sacks in a state semi nal win over Waianae ... Recorded six tackles in St. Louis’ 30-14 win over Kahuku in the state championship game ... Named the KHON Cover2 Defensive Player of the Year following junior season ... Also earned rst-team All-Hawaii honors from ScoringLive.com ... Named second-team all-state by the Honolulu Star-Advertiser after playing a key role on St. Louis’ state runner-up team ... Made seven tackles while forcing and recovering a fumble in a state semi nal win over Mililani ... Also received o ers from Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Hawaii, Nebraska, UCF, Washington and Washington State. 

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 42  Blake Maimone
6-6 227 R-So. P

Thousand Oaks, Calif. / Oaks Christian

Redshirt year: 2015

 
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201600
201500
2017 – During the Spring Game he recorded four punts for 181 yards, long 49 yards, and one touchback. 2016 – Did not play in any games during the season.
2015 — Provided insurance on the depth chart behind the Ducks' top punters yet continued to hone his skills on the sidelines and scout team during his redshirt season.
BEFORE OREGON — The 2015 Oaks Christian School graduate averaged 39.3 yards per punt his senior year, including a long boot of 61 yards . . . Placed 16 of his 37 kicks inside the 20 yard line in 2014 . . . Also played quarterback and tight end for the Lions during his prep career, finishing the 2015 season with a 5-5 ledger.

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 42  Jonah Moi
6-4 240 R-Sr. LB

Redlands, Calif. / Citrus Valley

Redshirt year: 2015

 
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2016101
201500
2017 – Recorded four solo tackles during the Spring Game.
2016 — Saw action in 10 games during the season and recorded 18 (11-7) tackles with 2.5 tackles for loss for 13 yards . . . Career-best nine (5-4) tackles at Nebraska . . . One start during the season at SAM linebacker vs. Nebraska . . . Three tackles and 1st career sack vs. Virginia. 
2015 — A returning linebacker corps allowed the luxury for the first-year addition to redshirt, thus preserving two more seasons of eligibility . . . Made a push in the spring of 2016 to grab attention that could result in a prominent role at the SAM outpost in the coming season, posting five tackles (3 assists) in the Spring Game.
BEFORE OREGON — Ranked third among California’s junior college linebackers and seventh overall from the state by 24/7 Sports . . . Stood second on the team in tackles with 82 stops (45 unassisted) and third in tackles for loss (10.5) for the Tigers, who finished 2014 with a 10-2 record after falling to Mt. San Antonio in the  California Community College Athletic Association Southern California regional finals . . . Also forced two fumbles and intercepted one pass before returning a fumble 60 yards for a touchdown vs. Ventura College . . . Was credited with a season-high 11 tackles against Saddleback College and in the year’s first meeting with Mt. SAC . . .  The former rugby player posted 46 stops (34 solo), 10 TFLs and one interception as a JC freshman

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 43  Brenden Schooler
6-2 197 So. S

Dana Point, Calif. / Mission Viejo

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
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20161210

2016 — Started ten games this season at safety but saw action in all twelve . . . Made his career debut against UC Davis and his made his first career start against Nebraska . . . Finished the season with 74 tackles (47-27) making him the team's third best defensive leader . . . Team-high four interceptions, one each vs. Virginia, Colorado, ASU, USC . . . Career-high 11 tackles at Cal, eight of those being a career-high for solo tackles, and 36 all-purpose yards vs. Colorado . . . One of two freshmen on the FBS team to rank first and second in tackles, along with Troy Dye . . . Ranked in the nation's top ten list of true freshmen in tackles . . . One of six true freshmen that saw action in the season opener against UC Davis . . . Stood out in game nine against USC where he intercepted his fourth pass of the year, tying the Pac-12 lead . . . Led the team with nine tackles vs. Washington State and had the second highest tackles against Cal with 11.
BEFORE OREGON — Played senior season at Mission Viejo High School in 2015, excelling both on defense on the football field and on the track ... Earned first-team California Large School all-state, first-team all-Orange County (Orange County Register) and first-team all-league honors on the gridiron and was named the CIF Southern Section West Valley defensive MVP after recording 91 tackles and three interceptions as a defensive back ... Also accumulated a trio of blocked punts and two deflected field goals for the Diablos ... On the track, placed 11th in state in the long jump as a senior in only his first year in addition to posting a season-best 23-4.25 ... Transferred to Mission Viejo HS following his junior season at Trabuco Hills in Mission Viejo ... Earned first-team all-Sea View League and all-CIF honors as a junior, leading the team with six interceptions while also hauling in 25 receptions for 478 yards at receiver ... Spent his sophomore season at Dana Hills High. SCHOOLER'S CAREER BESTS All-purpos

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 44  Matt Mariota
6-2 225 R-So. TE

Honolulu, Hawaii / Saint Louis

Redshirt year: 2015

 
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201600
201500
2017 – Recorded one 11 yard reception during the Spring Game. 
2016 — Did not play in any games during the season.
2015 — The walk-on made the transition to the next level by contributing to the Ducks' scout team efforts and providing looks of the opposition to the Oregon offense in practice . . . Shifted from the defensive perimeter to the inside during the 2016 spring workouts, culminating with three tackles (one solo) in the Spring Game . . . Included was a stop for lost yardage as well as one pass breakup.
BEFORE OREGON — The 2015 St. Louis School graduate and two-year letterman was named Interscholastic League of Honolulu (ILH) honorable mention as a senior linebacker for the Crusaders, who finished the 2014 season with a 6-4 record.

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 45  Gus Cumberlander
6-6 255 R-So. DL

Ellenwood, Ga. / Cedar Grove

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
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Games
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201680
201500

2016 — Played in eight games over the season  . . . Recording three unassisted tackles and one tackle for loss for 11 yards. 
2015 — Possesses a tremendous frame from which to build the necessary bulk  to hold his own along the interior defensive line, now just needs to acquire experience afforded him through redshirting his freshman season . . . Was credited with one TFL for a 7-yard loss among his two tackles in the 2016 Spring Game.
BEFORE OREGON — Attracted 2015 All-Southeast Region attention by PrepStar while rated as Georgia’s seventh-ranked in-state prospect at his position and the state’s 53rd overall recruit by Scout.com . . . Rivals.com applauded his combination of size, athleticism and quickness off the ball to consider him among the top 25 weak-side defensive ends in the country . . . Capped his senior year with 27 tackles (nine unassisted), including a trio of quarterback sacks, and two forced fumbles . . . The Saints finished the year 9-3 and Class AAA Region 4A champions under head coach Jimmy Smith while advancing to the second round of the Class AAA state playoffs . . . Brother, Gerald Rivers, played at Mississippi and for the Jacksonville Jaguars. CUMBERLANDR'S CAREER BESTS Tackles: 2, Virginia, 9/10/16 (2-0) Solo: 2, Virginia, 9/10/16 QB sacks: 1, Virginia, 9/10/16 (11 yards) Tackles for loss: 1, Virginia, 9/10/16 (11 yards)  

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 48  Hunter Kampmoyer
6-4 270 R-Fr. DL

Bishop, Calif. / Bishop Union

Redshirt year: 2016

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
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201600
HONORS AND AWARDS 2016 Defensive Scout Team Player of the Year 2017 – Contributed to the Spring Game's defense by recording four solo tackles, one sack, and one tackle-for-loss for seven yards.
2016 — Graduated from high school early in order to enroll at Oregon in time for the start of the winter term and participate in spring drills . . . Worked through the spring at defensive end to get a jump on other newcomers and take advantage of a new defensive scheme . . . Posted a pair of assisted tackles as well as credited with 0.5 tackles-for-loss for a 4-yard takedown in the 2016 Spring Game.
BEFORE OREGON — Made his presence felt along the Broncos' offensive and defensive lines since his freshman year, acquiring PrepStar All-West Region honors his senior year . . . Ranked 56th on the list of top prospects in the state by Rivals.com and the fourth-best defensive end (247Sports), he earned first-team all-Division IV-V all-state acclaim (Cal-Hi Sports) as a defensive linemen following the 2015 campaign after claiming second-team all-state recognition as a junior . . . Accumulated career totals of 348 tackles (193 unassisted) in 35 games (9.9 avg.), including 23 quarterback sacks, in addition to forcing seven fumbles and blocking four kicks . . . Tallied 86 stops (55 solo)  and 17 tackles-for-loss his final prep season while adding two interceptions and forcing one loose ball to lead his team to the opening round of the CIF Central Section Division V state playoffs

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 50  Popo Aumavae
6-4 315 Fr. OL

Stockton, Calf. / St. Mary's

Redshirt available


BEFORE OREGON — The 45th-ranked prospect in the state of California and 35th-ranked offensive guard in the country by ESPN ...Also rated the number three offensive guard prospect in California … Ranked the 52nd best offensive tackle in the country and 53rd overall prospect in California by Rivals.com … The 43rd-ranked prospect in California and 28th-ranked defensive tackle in the country by 247Sports.com … A Scout.com four-star recruit … Played in the 2017 Polynesian Bowl … Named one of the top 100 recruits on the West Coast by the Tacoma News Tribune ... Named the Tri-City Athletic League’s Defensive Lineman of the Year … Also selected first-team all-area as a defensive lineman by the Stockton Record … Defensively, made 39 tackles while recording five sacks and a forced fumble … Helped lead the St. Mary’s offense to 486.1 yards of offense per game and 232 yards per game on the ground on the way to a CIF Division 1-AA second-place finish … Named the 2015 Tri-City Athletic League MVP as a junior … Recorded 48 tackles, four for loss, 4.5 sacks and three forced fumbles to help lead St. Mary’s to a CIF Sac-Joaquin Section semifinal appearance … Also received offers from Arizona, Arizona State, California, Colorado, Colorado State, Fresno State, Hawaii, Michigan, Nebraska, Ole Miss, San Diego State, UCLA, USC, Utah, Washington and Washington State.

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 51  Gary Baker
6-4 306 R-So. DL

Upland, Calif. / Upland

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
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Games
Started
201673
201500
2017 – Recorded one solo tackle during the Spring Game.
2016 — Made his first career start in game eight against ASU . . . Started against USC, finishing the game with a career high 5 tackles . . . Four starts during the season but saw action in seven games . . . Finished the season with 14 (7-7) total tackles.
2015 — Redshirted his freshman season to provide him the opportunity to prepare for the physical rigors in the coming years . . . Accumulated a pair of tackles in the 2016 Spring Game.
BEFORE OREGON —  Commanding starting roles along both the offensive and defensive lines his senior year, was ranked among the top 12 defensive ends within the state by Scout.com as well as California’s top 91 overall prospects by 24/7 Sports . . . Keyed the Highlanders/Scots success in the trenches for a team that finished 2014 with a 10-3 record and ranked 21st in the state under head coach Tim Salter, with the Baseline League champions rating third in the CIF Southern Section West Valley Division standings in scoring offense (458 points) and defense (189 points) while accumulating 5,067 yards of total offense . . . Defensively, he was credited with 56 tackles (including 31 unassisted), five quarterback sacks and one forced fumble . . . Posted single-game bests of nine tackles vs. San Juan Hills and eight against Chino Hills, in addition to five solo stops vs. Mater Dei . . . Team advanced to the semifinals of the CIF Southern Section West Valley Division playoffs before dropping a 10-point decision to Vista Murrieta. BAKER'S CAREER BESTS Tackles: 5, California 10/21/16 (2-3) Solo tackles: 1, UC Davis 9/3/16  

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 52  Cody Shear
6-4 285 Fr. OL

Eugene, Ore. / Sheldon

Redshirt available


BEFORE OREGON — The 44th-ranked offensive guard in the country and 10th-ranked overall prospect in the state of Oregon by 247Sports.com ... Ranked ninth-overall in the state and 81st in the nation at his position by Rivals.com ... Rated 70th nationally among all o ensive guards and 10th-overall in Oregon by ESPN ... A consensus three-star recruit ... Selected second-team 6A all-state as a senior ... Helped lead the way for a Sheldon o ense that averaged 405 total yards per game and put up 38.3 points per game ... Defensively, made 58 tackles, 9.5 for loss, with ve sacks, a forced fumble and a blocked punt ... Earned rst-team All-Southwest Conference as a junior ... Opened holes for a Sheldon o ense that averaged 253.7 yards per game on the ground and scored 48.1 points per game ... Also recorded one sack while making 20 total tackles defensively ... Earned honorable mention All-Southwest Conference recognition after helping Sheldon to a 6A state semi nal appearance as a sophomore ... Also received o ers from Arizona, Akron, Ball State, Bu alo, Central Michigan, Fresno State, Hawaii, Idaho, Massachusetts, Nevada, Ohio, Oregon State, Purdue and Washington State. 

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 53  Blake Rugraff
6-2 223 R-So. LB

St. Charles, Mo. / St. Charles West

Redshirt year: 2015

2017 – Showcased his defensive skills during the Spring Game by recording the most 11 solo tackles. 
2016 — The walk-on was added to the roster in time for the start of spring drills, where he worked to grab the coaches' attention . . . Credited with three tackles in the annual Spring Game . . . Did not see any in game action during the season.
BEFORE OREGON — A standout linebacker and running back at St. Charles West High School . . . Broke the school record for career tackles in early October of his senior year, totaling 12 tackles in a win over Orchard Farms to give him 293 career takedowns . . . As a junior in 2013, earned first-team all-conference recognition as a running back and linebacker as well as first-team all-state defensive honors after recording 191 tackles and seven sacks in addition to rushing for 439 yards and 10 touchdowns.

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 54  Calvin Throckmorton
6-6 310 R-So. OL

Bellevue, Wash. / Newport

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
20161212
201500
HONORS AND AWARDS 2016 Pac-12 All-Conference Honorable Mention Pac-12 All-Academic First Team
2016 — One of four redshirt freshmen listed as starters on the depth chart . . . Started all twelve games at right tackle . . . Recorded one unassisted tackle against ASU becoming his career-most.
2015 — One of a handful of young offensive linemen who redshirted their freshmen seasons attracted attention in the spring and could make inroads in the rotation during the coming fall . . . Benefitted from others' health misfortunes during the 2016 spring workouts to take advantage of additional repetitions with the first and second units at tackle, with his physical attributes allowing him to remain in the mix when the lights come on . . . Played extensively during his first Spring Game.
BEFORE OREGON — The four-year defensive line starter as well as two-time KingCo 4A Lineman of the Year and first-team all-league pick was included among the Tacoma News Tribune’s 2015 Northwest Nuggets honor roll and PrepStar All-West Region elite . . . Ranked by Scout.com as the state’s 11th overall in-state recruit and Washington’s No. 3 offensive tackle while Rivals.com projected him among the nation’s top-50 at his position . . . Was selected to the Associated Press 2014 4A all-state first team and all-area by the Seattle Times . . . Credited with 13 pancake blocks his senior year in addition to 61 tackles (28 unassisted) and nine tackles for loss

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 55  Jake Hanson
6-5 307 R-So. OL

Eureka, Calif. / Eureka

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
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20161211
201500
HONORS AND AWARDS 2016 Pac-12 All-Conference Honorable Mention Pac-12 All-Academic Team (Second Team) 
2016 — One of four redshirt freshmen listed as starters on the depth chart . . . Started all 12 games of the season at center . . . Helped Charles Nelson score a touchdown with a down field block in game nine against USC.
2015 — Coaches resisted the temptation to insert him into the lineup as a true freshman and are expected to benefit from their discipline to utilize a redshirt year for years to come . . . Has demonstrated the maturity to become a fixture in the rotation at center with a solid spring showing and should head into his second fall with the opportunity to display his prowess on a full-time basis.
BEFORE OREGON — Garnered MaxPreps Division II second-team all-state honors for a contingent that finished the year with a 4-6 record under head coach Jason White . . . Ranked as the No. 5 in-state product at his position by Scout.com as well as the nation’s 70th offensive tackle . . . Credited with 13 pancake blocks for a run-oriented offense that averaged 223.5 yards per game and scored 26 of its 34 touchdowns on the ground . . .  Defensively, accumulated 61 career tackles (39 unassisted), including 29 total stops (20 solo) his senior season . . . The Big 5 League’s two-time co-MVP lineman and 2014 team captain posted a single-game best of seven tackles vs. Fortuna, with the Loggers’ two-way starter also serving as the team’s long snapper

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 55  A.J. Hotchkins
5-11 230 Sr. LB

Portland, Ore. / Tigard

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2016105
2017 – Recorded the second most tackles during the Spring Game with seven solo tackles and one tackle-for-loss for two yards.
2016 — Enrolled at Oregon for the start of the winter term in order to get a jump on off-season workouts and preparations for spring practice . . . Improved play as the spring wore on and provides the physical skills conducive to the program's revamped defensive philosophy . . . Contributed five tackles in the 2016 Spring Game . . . Started four games and participated in ten during the season . . . Recorded 34 (19-15) tackles and 2.5 tackles for loss for seven yards . . . Career-best nine tackles against Colorado.
BEFORE OREGON — The PrepStar JC All-American and nation’s top-ranked junior college inside linebacker (247Sports) accumulated 99 tackles his sophomore season, including 5.5 TFLs, and recovered one fumble for the Tigers, who finished 2015 with an 8-3 record . . . Led his team in tackles on eight of 11 occasions for the North Central League co-champions and tallied in double figures in six games, including a season-high 13 tackles (10 unassisted) vs. Mt. San Antonio, and finished with 12 tackles in three additional appearances . . . Also was named to the Southern California Football Association’s first team his sophomore season as well as was the lone all-league unanimous choice on defense . . . Posted 101 tackles his freshman year as the SCFA’s defensive player of the year contributed nine tackles-for-loss, two quarterback sacks, returned one interception for a touchdown, and forced one fumble

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 56  Bryson Young
6-5 238 So. DL

Clovis, Calif. / Buchanan

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2016120
2017 – Recorded two solo tackles during the Spring Game.
2016 — One of six true freshmen that made their career debut in the season opener against UC Davis . . . Participated in all twelve games during the season . . . Recorded twelve (5-7) tackles, 0.5 tackles for loss and two pass breakups over the season.
BEFORE OREGON — The PrepStar All-West Region choice was rated as the No. 3 defensive end in the state and fifth in the West at his position by Scout.com for the Bears, who finished his senior season with a 7-4 record after advancing to the quarterfinals of the Division I Central Section of the CIF state playoffs . . . Ranked 19th in the country as a weak-side linebacker (24/7Sports) and the 39th prospect in the state (ESPN.com) ... Tabbed for inclusion on the Fresno Bee’s Fab 50 Football All-Stars as well as the Scout 300 elite . . . Jumped out of the gate early, posting 12 tackles vs. Bullard in the second game of the season before posting two quarterback sacks vs. Clovis North in an outing where he was honored as Defensive Player of the Game vs. Clovis North (MaxPreps) on the second of two occasions. YOUNG'S CAREER BESTS Tackles: 2, Nebraska, 9/17/16 (0-2), USC, 11/5/16 (1-1) Solo tackles: 1, UC Davis, 9/3/16 Tackles for loss: 0.5, Colorado, 09/24/16 Pass breakups: 1, Nebraska, 9/17/16, Utah, 11/19/16

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 57  Doug Brenner
6-2 321 R-Sr. OL

Portland, Ore. / Jesuit

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
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Games
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2016120
2015123
2014101
201300

2016 — Played in all 12 games during the season.
2015 — Stepped onto the field for 12 of 13 games, logging more playing time (475 snaps) than any other of the team's interior offensive line reserves . . . Provides the flexibility of being able to play either guard or center . . . Experienced his most extensive action of the year in a starting role vs. Georgia State (93 snaps) before also opening at right guard against Arizona State and Oregon State . . . Oregon accumulated 674 yards of total offense vs. the Beavers while he was in the lineup for 88 plays . . . Extended his string of appearances to 18 of his last 20 games . . . Earned spot on the Pac-12's academic first team.
2014 — Benefited from the tutelage acquired by serving as the understudy to Oregon’s three-time first-team Pac-12 center while adding to his repertoire with the ability to play any one of three interior offensive line positions . . . Stepped onto the field for 10 games, with the majority of his playing time occurring at center in the early going before making his debut in the starting lineup at left guard against Colorado . . .Took part in a season-high 33 plays in the season opener vs. South Dakota as well as 26 snaps against California for his most extensive duty during the Pac-12 campaign . . . Was named academic all-conference second team following the season.
2013 — Positioned himself for a contributing role among a veteran group of offensive line returnees during a redshirt year and solid 2014 spring showing.
BEFORE OREGON — A four-year letterman and 2012 6A honorable mention all-state pick (The Oregonian) was the first freshman varsity starter in Jesuit history

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 58  Tanner Carew
6-2 240 Sr. LS

Chino Hills, Calif. / Damien

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2016120
2015130
2014140
2016- Appeared in every game as long snapper for the Ducks... Accurately delivered all 134 snaps to Oregon punters and holders... Executed a creative slide to down a punt at the three-yard line at USC . . . Credited two assisted  tackles during the season.
2015 — Accurately delivered all 146 of snaps to Oregon punters and holders while stepping onto the field in all 13 games . . . Aided kick coverage teams with an assisted stop in the season finale against TCU.
2014 — Served as the Ducks' long snapper for both punts and placements for the majority of his 13 appearances as a true freshman in addition to assisting with a pair of tackles vs. South Dakota and Washington State.
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. CAREER BESTS Tackles: 1, 4 times

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 59  Riley Greene
6-3 294 R-Fr. DL

Gladstone, Ore. / Gladstone

Redshirt year: 2016

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 59  Ryan Walk
6-3 280 Fr. OL

Eugene, Ore. / Sheldon

Redshirt available


BEFORE OREGON — Prepped locally at Henry D. Sheldon High School in Eugene, where he played guard and defensive end for the Irish.

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 60  Logan Bathke
6-6 292 R-Fr. OL

Orange, Calif. / Lutheran

Redshirt year: 2016

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201600

2016 — Redshirted his freshman season.
BEFORE OREGON — Made tremendous strides between his junior and senior seasons as he was selected as one of the area’s top offensive linemen by the Los Angeles Times...The PrepStar All-West Region choice was ranked among top 50 offensive tackle prospects in the country (Rivals.com) and among the top 10 offensive tackles in the West by Scout.com his senior year for the Lancers, who completed 2015 ranked 14th in the state despite their 6-6 record...He was selected to play in the Semper Fidelis All-American game after playing a major role for a team that averaged 259.1 rushing yards per game and advanced to the quarterfinals of the Pac-5 Division playoffs...Included were season highs of 576 rushing yards and 691 yards of total offense vs. St. Bonaventure...Was named first-team all-Trinity League and first-team all-Orange County following the 2015 campaign after entering his final prep season ranked fourth in the county  among offensive tackles (Orange County Register).

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 64  Charlie Landgraf
6-2 286 R-So. OL

Portland, Ore. / Hotchkiss School (Conn.)

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201600

2016 — The walk-on was added to the Ducks’ roster prior to the start of spring drills, spending spring practices transitioning to the collegiate level . . . Redshirted.
BEFORE OREGON — The four-time football and track letterman graduated from Portland’s Jesuit High School in 2014 before pursuing a fifth year at Connecticut’s Hotchkiss School ... Voted first-team all-state (The Oregonian) and all-Metro League at center his senior season before participating in the Les Schwab Bowl ... Crusaders advanced to the state championship game and an 11-3 record in 2013 as well as the state semifinals in 2012 ... Played a year of postgraduate football at The Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, Conn., in 2014.  

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 66  Brady Aiello
6-7 302 R-So. OL

Lafayette, Calif. / Acalanes

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
20161210
201500

2016 — One of four redshirt freshmen listed as starters on the depth chart . . . Started vs. UC Davis and in all nine Pac-12 games . . . Saw action vs. UVA and Nebraska. 
2015 — Redshirted his freshman season behind a veteran group of offensive line returnees.
BEFORE OREGON — Afforded MaxPreps Division III first-team all-state honors as well as All-West Region attention by PrepStar following a senior season that saw the Dons post an 8-4 overall record under head coach Mike Ivankovich . . . Rated 11th at his position in the state while receiving All-Metro kudos from the San Francisco Chronicle as well as Contra Costa Times’ All-East Bay acclaim . . .Named North Coast Section and All-Diablo Foothill second team following his junior year . . . 2014 team averaged 34.3 points a game while advancing to the second round of the CIF North Coast Section playoffs. AIELLO'S CAREER BEST Rush yards: 2, Nebraska, 9/17/16 Total Offense Yards: 2, Nebraska, 9/17/16 All-Purpose Yards: 2, Nebraska, 9/17/16

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 66  Devin Melendez
6-2 207 R-Jr. LS

La Habra, Calif. / La Habra

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201600
201500
201430

2016 — Did not see any action during the season but consistently provided his experience and skills to help the Ducks suceed.
2015 — Provides the Ducks with an experienced reserve at his craft but a healthy front-line long snapper didn't provide the opportunity for him to demonstrate his proficiency in a game . . . Remains an asset on the scout team as he continues to hone his skills for when his number is called.
2014 — Played in three games as a long snapper, making appearances in the Colorado, Oregon State and Arizona (Pac-12 Championship) games . . . Saw time in the 2015 Spring Game.
BEFORE OREGON — The three-year starter flourished his senior year after being converted from the defensive secondary to middle linebacker only weeks before the season opener . . . Completed his final year posting 84 tackles, forcing three fumbles and grabbing two interceptions for the Highlanders, who finished the year with a 10-2 record . . . Garnered all-Freeway League and all-area acclaim as well as lauded nationally at the Chris Rubio Kicking Camp.

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 68  Shane Lemieux
6-6 316 R-So. OL

Yakima, Wash. / West Valley

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
20161212
201500

2016 — One of four redshirt freshmen listed as a starter on the depth chart . . . Started all twelve games during the season at left guard.
2015 — Took full advantage of his redshirt year by getting bigger and stronger since his arrival while absorbing the lessons handed down from a veteran interior line . . . Continued his progression during the off-season to become the recipient of sufficient repetitions during the 2016 spring drills.
BEFORE OREGON — The 2014 Seattle Times’ pre-season all-state choice earned PrepStar All-West Region acclaim following a senior season that earned him a spot in the 2015 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl . . . Ranked as the top offensive guard in the state by Scout.com and ninth in the region at his position while the Rams finished 2014 with a 4-6 overall record . . . The two-way starter attracted the majority of his accolades on the offensive side of the ball, earning mention on the Tacoma News Tribune’s Northwest Nuggets ledger . . . The first-team All-Big 9 choice claimed honorable mention all-league attention along the offensive line as a junior for head coach Scott Ditter’s crew.

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 71  Jacob Capra
6-5 306 R-Fr. OL

Auburn, Calif. / Placer

Redshirt year: 2016

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201600

2016 — Participated in Oregon spring drills after graduating early from high school in order to enroll at Oregon in time for the start of the winter term . . . Redshirted his freshman season.
BEFORE OREGON — Drew rave reviews for his play on both the offensive and defensive lines for the undefeated Pioneer Valley League champions who helped lead the Hillmen to the semifinals of the 2015 Sac-Joaquin Section Division III state championship playoffs and a 12-1 record ... The PrepStar All-West Region pick ranked seventh on Scout.com’s list of the state’s top offensive tackles and 8th on its list encompassing the West region after keying the program’s dominating ground game that rushed for over 4,500 yards (351.0 avg.) and 59 touchdowns his senior season ... Characterized as an overpowering blocker who constantly put the opposition on their backs as his team accounted for five games of rushing totals greater than 420 yards, including 537 yards against Patterson ... Added 45 tackles, 2.5 quarterback sacks, and a pair of blocked field goals his final two prep seasons ... The two-time first-team all-Metro selection (Sacramento Bee) also earned first-team all-Sac-Joaquin Section and first-team all-Northern California honors by MaxPreps.com to culminate his senior  year after claiming second-team all-Northern California recognition in 2014.

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 72  Sam Poutasi
6-4 319 R-Fr. OL

Las Vegas, Nev. / Desert Pines

Redshirt year: 2011

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201600

2016 — Redshirted.
BEFORE OREGON — Ranked as the top prospect in the state (Scout.com) despite missing the majority of his senior season with a leg injury suffered during the 2015 spring ... Returned to play for the start of the NIAA Division I-A Southern Region state playoffs, with the Jaguars advancing to the playoff semifinals with an 8-3 record ... The PrepStar all-West Region selection was named to the 2015 American Family Insurance All-USA Nevada football team after receiving preseason all-city acclaim by the Las Vegas Sun for a team that averaged 42.6 points and 387.4 yards of total offense per game ... Completed a tremendous junior year for a program that advanced to the NIAA Division I-A state championship playoff finals, finishing with an 11-2 record ... Garnered 2014 Division I-A first-team all-state and first-team all-Sunrise League accolades ... Is the younger brother of former Utah three-year starting offensive linemen Jeremiah Poutasi, who completed his rookie year  with the Tennessee Titans.

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 73  Tyrell Crosby
6-5 320 Sr. OL

Henderson, Nev. / Green Valley HS

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201622
20151312
2014159

2016 — Injuries dampened the season for the Ducks’ top offensive lineman, missing all but two games his junior year . . . Missed the season opener but returned to the starting lineup for the next two games before his season came to a premature end at Nebraska . . . Took part in 18 snaps in each of his two appearances  . . . Contributed to Oregon running for a season-high 336 yards against the Huskers.
2015 — The 12-game starter at right tackle saw his string of 13 consecutive opening assignments (dating back to 2014) interrupted against Arizona State despite logging 76 snaps in Tempe . . . Played a large role in Oregon rolling up over 400 yards on the ground on three occasions, including a season-high 485 yards in the opener vs. Eastern Washington . . . Contributed to the Ducks' 8.5 per-carry rushing average against the Eagles . . . Took part in 90 or more plays seven times, including a career-high 107 snaps against California, while participating in more plays (1,046) than any of his offensive teammates . . . Served as a vital cog for an offense that ranked fifth in the country in total offense, rushing, and scoring, in addition to his role in helping Oregon extend its hold on the league's rushing title for the 10th year in a row.
2014 — Made the most of his opportunities as a true freshman, coming off the bench to take part in 40 snaps in the season-opening win vs. South Dakota before injuries along the front line helped open the door for nine starting assignments at right and left tackle - including the final six outings

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 74  Elijah George
6-5 288 R-Sr. DL

Las Vegas, Nev. / Arbor View

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2016111
201540
201400
201300
2017 – Recorded three solo tackles during the Spring Game.
2016 — Participated in 11 games this season, only missing game three against Nebraska . . . Recorded 11 unassisted tackles and four assisted during the season . . . Career-best four (3-1) tackles against Oregon State . . . Career-best one pass breakup against USC.
2015 — Persistence paid off as the third-year sophomore made his collegiate debut off the bench in the season-opening win over Eastern Washington ... Also stepped onto the field against Georgia State (8 plays), Utah, Washington State and TCU ... Initiated a change to the defensive front prior to the start of the 2016 spring in order to enhance his chances of making a larger on-field contribution ... Credited with a tackle-for-loss among his three solo tackles in the 2016 Spring Game.
2014 — Injuries have become his biggest deterrent from stepping onto the field his first two years despite possessing the physical tools needed to compete at the collegiate level.
2013 — The redshirt preserved four years of eligibility while acquiring experience at the collegiate level on the program’s scout team.
BEFORE OREGON — The three-time all-Sunset Region selection was promoted to his high school program’s varsity team for a playoff run his freshman year despite playing organized football for only approximately four months ... Holds distinction as school’s first Division I football signee for a program that originated in 1995 ... Characterized as an athletic lineman who was clocked in 4.93 seconds over 40 yards, was ranked as the No. 4 prep prospect in the state ... Inexperience prompted recruiting services to attach three stars to his resume by ESPN.com and 247sports.com, yet displayed the speed to fit perfectly with Oregon’s offensive scheme ... Started all 35 games his final three seasons, with his team compiling a 29-6 ledger and two trips to the Sunset Region playoff semifinals

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 75  Zach Okun
6-4 337 R-So. OL

Newbury Park, Calif. / Newbury Park

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201610
201510

2016 — Made his season debut against USC at center.
2015 — The Ducks enjoyed the luxury of being able to redshirt someone of his potential as the scout team served as a means to ease his transition to the next level ... Continued his progression during the spring of 2016 and added to his versatility by working out at center as well ... Joined the Ducks at the beginning of the 2015 winter quarter as a means to accelerate his grasp of the offense ... Took part in his second spring game in 2016.
BEFORE OREGON — The MaxPreps Division III first-team all-state standout and 2015 PrepStar All-American was ranked among the top six players in the country at his position by Scout.com and among the best 35 overall prospects in the state by Rivals.com ... The U.S. Army All-American Bowl selection as well as Rivals250 and ESPN 300 choice was named to the All-Southern California first-team offense by Southern California Preps.com ... Also garnered all-area attention by the Los Angeles Times and L.A. Daily News, as well as the Ventura County Star offensive player of the year accolades and CIF Southern Section All-Northern Division acclaim for the Panthers, who finished 2014 with an 11-3 record ... The Camino League champions ranked fifth in the Southern Section Northern Division III under head coach Gary Fabricius, eclipsing 40 points in each of his team’s 11 wins ... Newbury Park averaged 183.4 yards per game on the ground while running for 32 touchdowns, in addition to throwing for a 264.8-yard average, while advancing the Northern Division championships.

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 76  Jake Pisarcik
6-2 300 R-Sr. OL

Medford, N.J. / Shawnee

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201660
2015110
2014142
201300

2016 — Made his 2016 debut in the game against Washington State and saw six total games of the season.
2015 — Continued has ascension within the trenches as an experienced reserve who was at home at either offensive guard outpost ... Stepped onto the field for 12 of 13 games, including 35 plays in the Alamo Bowl loss to TCU and 33 vs. California ... Logged more playing time the second half of the season when the Ducks closed the regular season with six consecutive triumphs ... Included among his better performances was an outing against the Golden Bears when Oregon ran for 477 yards among its single-game school-record 777 yards of total offense ... Was a part of an offensive line that helped pave the way for a contingent that ranked fifth in the country in total offense, rushing, and scoring, in addition to his role in helping Oregon extend its hold on the league's rushing title for the 10th year in a row ... Concentrated his efforts on expanding his versatility in the 2016 off-season, working to improve his proficiency at all five interior line positions.
2014 — One of four offensive linemen to play in all 15 games, awarded a starting role in his collegiate debut vs. South Dakota before serving as a valuable reserve the remainder of the year ... Concluded the regular season with his two most extensive appearances of his freshman year, logging 46 snaps off the bench vs. Colorado before taking part in a season-high 58 plays at Oregon State ... Also played a prominent role for an offense that paved the way for the Ducks’ appearance in the inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship, with Oregon finishing third in the country in total offense (547.0) and fourth in scoring (45.4) ... One of a handful of returnees to be given looks at center during 2015 spring workouts.
2013 — Redshirted his freshman year while gaining experience on the Ducks’ scout team.
BEFORE OREGON — Wasted little time making the successful transition to the o

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 77  George Moore
6-7 308 So. OL

Antioch, Calif. / Deer Valley

Redshirt year: 2015


BEFORE OREGON —  The third-ranked junior college offensive tackle in the country and 20th overall by 247Sports.com .... Ranked sixth at his position and 41st in the nation by ESPN .... Ranked 24th in the country among junior college prospects by Rivals.com ... A Scout.com four-star recruit ... Selected rst-team All-California Community College Region I as a freshman in 2016 ... Also named rst-team All-Bay 6 League ... Helped lead a San Mateo o ense that averaged 32.4 points per game, 408.8 total yards per game and 192.8 rushing yards per contest ... Redshirted in 2015 ... Helped lead Deer Valley to a 2013 CIF North Coast Section semi nal appearance as a junior ... Led the way for a Deer Valley o ense that put up 42.1 points per game and averaged 386.3 yards per game ... Also received o ers from Arizona State, Auburn, California, Fresno State, Missouri, Oregon State, Purdue, San Diego State, Syracuse, TCU, Utah, Utah State and Washington State. 

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 78  Alex Forsyth
6-5 310 Fr. OL

West Linn, Ore. / West Linn

Redshirt available


BEFORE OREGON — The second-ranked overall recruit in the state of Oregon and 21st-ranked offensive tackle in the country by Rivals.com … Ranked third overall in the state and 49th in the nation at his position by 247Sports.com … Rated the fourth best prospect in the state and 24th overall offensive tackle by ESPN … An ESPN and Rivals.com four-star recruit … Named first-team 6A all-state as a senior … Helped lead West Linn to an Oregon 6A state title and an undefeated season … A key contributor to a West Linn offense that averaged 507.7 yards per game … Opened holes for a West Linn ground attack that averaged 203.1 yards rushing per game … Also contributed defensively, making 20 tackles, four sacks and forcing one fumble … Selected first-team 6A All-State as a junior … Also named first-team All-Three Rivers League after helping West Linn to a 6A state runner-up finish … Led the way for a West Linn offense that averaged 466.6 total yards per game and 324.7 yards per game through the air … Named honorable mention All-Three Rivers League as a sophomore … Also received offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, California, Colorado State, Fresno State, Hawaii, Memphis, Michigan, Nevada, Oregon State, Purdue, USC, Utah, Vanderbilt, Washington, Washington State and Wyoming.

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 79  Evan Voeller
6-5 298 R-Sr. OL

West Linn, Ore. / West Linn

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2016120
2015132
201470
201300

2016 — Saw action in all twelve games of the season at right tackle.
2015 — Brings a wealth of experience to the table, stepping onto the field for all 13 games including starting assignments at left guard in wins at Washington and Arizona State ... Accountable for more than 30 plays on five occasions throughout the year ... Logged a career-high 83 plays while facing the Huskies and responded with 55 snaps in the Alamo Bowl ... Possesses the flexibility to play either side of the center of the line as well as both guard and tackle.
2014 — Logging playing time as a reserve along the offensive front line in eight games as a redshirt freshman, he accumulated 44 of his 63 snaps the latter half of the season  ... Yet enjoyed a season-best 18 plays in the third game of the season vs. Wyoming ... Provided depth to a unit besieged by injuries and in position to benefit from the added experience acquired from another season and spring in the program.
2013 — Attracted 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.
BEFORE OREGON — The four-year letterman stands as one of the more decorated offensive linemen in a deep contingent of signees in the trenches for the Ducks ... The four-star standout according to ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.com was included among the nation’s elite on the ESPN300 listing as the No. 9 offensive guard in the country ... Selected to play in the 2013 Under-Armour All-America game as only Oregon’s second athlete chosen to participate ... One of the state’s top two college prospects (Rivals.com) was a two-time first-team all-Three Rivers League honoree

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 80  Johnny Johnson III
6-0 194 Fr. WR

Chandler, Ariz. / Chandler

Redshirt available


BEFORE OREGON — The second-ranked wide receiver prospect in the state of Arizona and 119th-ranked recruit in the nation at his position by Scout.com … The 30th-ranked overall recruit in Arizona by 247Sports.com … Rated the 11th best overall prospect in Arizona by ESPN … A consensus three-star recruit … Selected to be a part of USA Football’s Under-19 team following senior season … Caught 77 passes for 1,274 yards and eight touchdowns while averaging 16.5 yards per reception for Chandler’s Arizona 6A state championship team … Went over the 100-yard mark in receiving five times in 2016 … Biggest game of the year came in a win over Pinnacle after catching 10 passes for 145 yards and two touchdowns … As a junior, caught 37 passes for 552 yards and two touchdowns to help lead the Wolves to a state semifinal appearance … Also received offers from Idaho, Michigan State, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, New Mexico State, Northern Arizona, South Dakota State, UNLV, Utah State and Wyoming.

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 81  Daewood Davis
6-2 175 Fr. WR

Hollywood, Fla. / Deerfield Beach

Redshirt available


BEFORE OREGON — Ranked 136th in the country among wide receivers and 129th overall in the state of Florida by 247Sports.com … The 23rd-ranked wide receiver in Florida and 167th overall at his position by Scout.com … The 97th-overall recruit in the state by Rivals.com … A consensus three-star recruit … Named third-team All-Broward County after helping lead Deerfield Beach to an 8A state semifinal appearance as a senior … Showed big-play capability as a senior, averaging 25.8 yards per reception … Played junior season at Stranahan High School after spending first two years of high school at Somerset Academy … Runs the 40-yard dash in 4.3 seconds … Also received offers from Bowling Green, Cincinnati, Duke, Florida International, Florida Atlantic, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisville, Marshall, Miami, Nebraska, North Carolina State, Ohio, Penn State, South Florida, Syracuse, Tulane, Utah and West Virginia.

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 82  Casey Eugenio
5-8 170 R-Jr. WR

San Clemente, Calif. / JSerra Catholic

Redshirt year: 2014

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201620
201520
201400

2016 — Made his season debut in the first game vs. UC Davis, recording one carry for 15 yards. 
2015 — Made his first appearance as a Duck off the bench in the third game of the year against Georgia State . . . Caught a trio of passes for 29 yards in the 2016 Spring Game.
2014 — The walk-on spent the season providing looks for the Ducks in practice as a scout-team member . . . Latched onto one catch for 35 yards and a touchdown in the 2015 Spring Game.
BEFORE OREGON — All-purpose player who saw time as a running back, defensive back, and kick 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. EUGEONIO'S CAREER BESTS Rush attempts: 1, UC Davis, 9/3/16 Rush yards: 15, UC Davis, 9/3/16 Long rush: 15, UC Davis, 9/13/16 Total offense attempts: 1, UC Davis, 9/3/16 (1 rush, 0 pass) Total offense yards: 15, UC Davis, 9/3/16 (15 rush, 0 pass) All-purpose yards: 15, UC Davis, 9/3/16

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 83  Alex Ofodile
6-3 211 R-So. WR

Columbia, Mo. / Rock Bridge

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201660
201500

2016 — Saw action in seven games over the season and recorded his first career reception for eight yards at Utah. 
2015 — Sidelined the majority of the season due to injuries which carried over to the 2016 spring as well . . . Demonstrated tremendous promise during the 2015 spring after graduating from high school early in order to begin classes at Oregon for the start of the winter term . . . Possessed the talent to become a factor as a true freshman if healthy as he took advantage of his size advantage over defenders . . . Participated in the 2015 Spring Game but was unable to do so in '16.
BEFORE OREGON — Tabbed as the No. 1 prospect in the state and among the top 10 receivers in the country by Scout.com, the 5-star standout attracted inclusion among PrepStar’s Top 150 Dream Team, Rivals250 and ESPN 300 ledgers . . . The 2014 Missouri Gatorade Player-of-the-Year nominee became the fourth player in state history to eclipse 1,600 receiving yards in a single season and surpassed his own school record for receptions in one year his final prep season . . . Caught 96 passes for 1,611 yards and 15 touchdowns for the Bruins as  a senior after grabbing 92 catches for 1,300 yards and 16 scores in 2013 . . . Senior-season totals included 14 receptions for 286 yards and four TDs vs. Lee’s Summit West . . . The 6A Offensive Player of the Year (Missouri Football Coaches Association) and first-team all-state honoree completed his prep career averaging 106.5 yards per game on 248 receptions

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 84  Cam McCormick
6-5 241 R-Fr. TE

Bend, Ore. / Summit

Redshirt year: 2016

2017 – Contributed in the Spring Game by recording one reception for 19 yards.
2016 — Graduated from high school early in order to facilitate enrolling at Oregon in time for the start of the spring term ... Benefited from the tutelage of a trio of senior tight ends during spring drills and demonstrated an accelerated grasp of the offense in a short amount of time . . . An abundance of quality and quantity at the position will enable him to progress at a rate he is comfortable with and allow time for him to physically and mentally mature before being thrust into the middle of competition . . . Reshirted.
BEFORE OREGON — Entered the 2015 season rated as the No. 1 tight end prospect in the western half of the country (24/7Sports) before a leg injury sidelined him for the remainder of his senior season after two games ... Still considered among the best tight ends in the state after accumulating career totals of 51 catches for 694 yards (13.6 avg.) and 10 touchdowns ... The PrepStar all-West Region selection and 2014 all-state honorable mention choice (The Oregonian) claimed first-team all-Intermountain League tight end honors after grabbing 35 receptions for 491 yards and eight touchdowns as a junior for the Storm, which finished the season with a 7-3 record and an opening-round exit in the OSAA Class 5A state playoffs ... Summit won the 5A state  championship (12-1) over Ashland in 2015 ... Ranked as the state’s No. 4 prospect by Scout.com ... Totaled 49 tackles in 2014 including four quarterback sacks (31 yards in losses), and was credited with three forced fumbles while breaking up three passes ... Received second-team all-league accolades on defense as a sophomore in addition to honorable mention conference kudos on offense ... Tutored along the defensive line by former Oregon and Minnesota Vikings’ standout Neil Elshire.

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 85  Jaylon Redd
5-9 180 Fr. WR

Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. / Rancho Cucamonga

Redshirt available


BEFORE OREGON — Rated the eighth-best athlete and 148th overall prospect by Rivals.com ... The 14th-ranked athlete in the country and 214th overall prospect by ESPN ... Ranked the 26th best cornerback in the country and 21st overall prospect in the state of California by 247Sports. com ... A consensus four-star recruit ... Invited to play in the 2017 Under Armour All-America Game ... Named one of the top 100 recruits on the West Coast by the Tacoma News Tribune ... Named to the Los Angeles Times’ All-Star team as a senior ... Ran for 1,693 yards and 25 touchdowns while catching 22 passes for 176 yards and three touchdowns in 2016 ... Recorded 2,101 all-purpose yards while returning two punts and one kicko for touchdowns ... Named the SoCal Prep Legends Boys Athlete of the Week after scoring ve total touchdowns, two rushing, one receiving, one kicko return and one punt return, and racking up 366 all-purpose yards in a 47-10 win over Upland ... Selected rst-team All-West Valley Division as a junior ... Ran for 671 yards and nine touchdowns while nishing with 232 receiving yards and three touchdowns ... Made 63 tackles and intercepted three passes, returning one for a touchdown, while totaling 1,430 all-purpose yards ... Also named rst-team All-West Valley Division as a sophomore after rushing for two touchdowns and returning one kick for a touchdown while intercepting two passes and racking up 691 all-purpose yards ... Also received o ers from Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, California, Colorado, Illinois, Michigan, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, UCLA, USC, Utah, Washington and Washington State. 

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 86  Kyle Buckner
6-3 186 R-So. WR

Eastvale, Calif. / Roosevelt

Redshirt available


2016 — Joined the Ducks’ program prior to the start of spring drills, with the walk-on utilizing the 15 off-season workouts to gain a grasp of the Oregon offense . . .  Redshirted his freshman season.
BEFORE OREGON — The 2015 graduate of Eleanor Roosevelt High School played wide receiver, safety and quarterback as a freshman and sophomore for the Mustangs before turning his focus to baseball his junior and senior seasons.  

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 89  Darrian McNeal
5-9 160 Fr. WR

Seffner, Fla. / Armwood

Redshirt available

2017 – Played in front of Oregon fans for the first time and recorded the second most receiving yards on his team and sixth most all-purpose yards overall with four receptions for 54 yards and one kickoff return for 20 yards.
BEFORE OREGON — The 49th-highest ranked athlete in the country and 96th overall recruit in the state of Florida by ESPN ... The 67th-ranked athlete and 138th overall prospect by 247Sports.com ... Rated the 31st best wide receiver in Florida by Scout.com ... A consensus three-star recruit ... Caught 29 passes for 299 yards and three touchdowns while rushing for another to help lead Armwood to a Florida 6A state tournament regional semifinal appearance as a senior ... Named second-team 6A all-state as a quarterback his junior year ... Also selected first-team All-Western Conference ... Threw for 1,697 yards and 15 touchdowns with just four interceptions while leading Armwood to a 6A state runner-up finish ... Also ran for 1,238 yards and 21 touchdowns on 163 carries, averaging 7.6 yards per rush ... Threw for 228 yards and one touchdown while rushing for 146 yards and three scores in a regional final win over Gainesville ... As a sophomore, caught 28 passes for 357 yards and one touchdown while rushing for three more to help lead the Hawks to a 6A state runner-up finish ... Also received offers from Arizona, Boston College, Colorado State, Georgia Tech, Iowa State, Louisville, Marshall, Oregon State, Pittsburgh, Rutgers, South Alabama, South Florida, Southern Miss, Syracuse, Tennessee, UCF and Virginia Tech. 

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 90  Drayton Carlberg
6-5 291 R-So. DL

Minneapolis, Minn. / DeLaSalle

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201651
201500

2016 — Saw action in five games during the season . . . First career start in game three vs. Nebraska . . . Credited five unassisted and 4 assisted tackles during the season with 1.5 tackles for loss for 13 yards.
2015 — Redshirted his freshman season in order to provide more time for his body to mature ... Named as the defense's Scout Team Player of the Year following his initial collegiate campaign ... Credited with one tackle for loss among his four stops (two unassisted) in the 2016 Spring Game.
BEFORE OREGON — The 2015 PrepStar All-Midwest Region pick was ranked as Minnesota’s No. 2 overall in-state prospect and the state’s best offensive tackle by Scout.com ... Also was considered among the nation’s top-27 defensive tackles by Rivals.com ... The Associated Press first-team all-state offensive line honoree helped lead the Islanders to a 12-2 overall record and the Class 4A Minnesota High School State Playoffs championship finals as a starter along both the offensive and defensive lines ... Team finished the year ranked seventh in the state under head coach Sean McMenomy ... Selected to participate in the 2015 Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl at the conclusion of the season, as well as the International Bowl in Arlington, Texas ... Named to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune’s preseason All-Metro Dream Team prior to the start of his senior season. CARLBERG'S CAREER BESTS Tackles: 4, Nebraska, 9/17/16 (3-1) Sacks: 1.0, Virginia, 9/10/16 (1-0) Tackles for loss: 1.0, Virginia 9/10/16

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 92  Henry Mondeaux
6-5 288 Sr. DL

Portland, Ore. / Jesuit

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
20161212
2015137
2014150
2017 – Recorded three solo tackles, one sack, and one tackle-for-loss for two yards during the Spring Game.
2016 — Oregon’s Most Outstanding Defensive Lineman recipient (Joe Schaffeld Trophy) started all 12 games at defensive end in program’s revamped 4-3 defense, ranking second among team’s down linemen in snaps (802) . . . Added 35 (12-23) tackles to his previous career total to bring three-year tally to 66 . . . Posted team-best four quarterback hurries as well as one quarterback sack for 10 yards (vs. UC Davis) and one blocked PAT (vs Colorado) . . . . Made his mark during the season opener against UCD, recording five tackles, one tackle for loss, and two quarterback hurries . . . Also added five stops on three separate occasions, including the combination that resulted in three unassisted tackles at California while logging a season-best 88 snaps in Berkeley . . . Accumulated a season-best two tackles for loss against Washington.
2015 — Became a fixture along the defensive front as the Ducks' lone underclassman in the starting rotation, posting 22 tackles while finishing third on the team in quarterback sacks (4) and fifth in tackles for loss (6.5) ... Opened seven of his 13 appearances yet ranked third among the defenders interior line in snaps (693), taking part in 118 plays at Arizona State and 95 in the Alamo Bowl vs. TCU ... The academic all-conference honorable mention choice was credited with a single-game best five tackles (4 solo) at Stanford as well as a trio of solo stops against Washington State and the Sun Devils ... Recorded two tackles for loss against TCU and accumulated QB sacks in four straight outings vs. Colorado, Washington State, Washington, and ASU ... Credited with his first recovered fumble as a collegian in Boulder, Colo., blocked a field goal the following week vs. the Cougars, and broke up two passes in the regular-season finale vs. Oregon State ... Emerged as one of the team leaders during the 2016 off-season worko

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 95  Drake Brennan
6-7 252 R-So. TE

Grants Pass, Ore. / Grants Pass

Redshirt year: 2016

2015-16: Outdoor - Finished sixth in the discus with a mark of 175-11 (53.62m) at the Pac-12 Championships... Placed third for discus at the Pepsi Invitational with a throw of 167-11 (51.18m)... Got second place at the Titan Twilight for discus with a throw of 175-1 (53.37m)... Was third in discus at the OSU High Performance Meet with a throw of 180-8 (55.08m)... Won discus at Oregon Twilight with a throw of 186-7 (56.88m)  Indoor- Competed in the Shot Put at both the UW Preview, and the MPSF Championships… Season Bests: Outdoor - Indoor - Shot Put- 55-01.00 (16.79m) MPSF Championships (2/27/16) 2014-15: Outdoor- Redshirted 2014- 2015 season for the Ducks, competed unattached… set personal record for discus at OSU High Performance Meet with a throw of 161-3 (49.15m)…set personal record for shot put at Oregon Twilight with a throw of 52-4.5 (15.96m)…placed second in discus at OSU High Performance meet 161-3 (49.15m). Season Bests: Discus- 161-3 (49.15m) OSU High Performance Meet (5/1/15), Shot Put- 52-4.5 (15.96m) Oregon Twilight (5/8/15). High School: Brennan won the OSAA 6A discus championships as a junior and senior while placing sixth in state for the shot put…holds the school record at Grants Pass High School in the discus at 185-3 which he set during the 2014 state meet…was a three sport athlete playing football and basketball…Grants Pass Athlete of the Year as a junior and a senior…two-time all-league defensive end…prep bests: Discus – 185-3; shot put – 50-9. Personal Bests   Shot Put – 52-4.5/15.96m Oregon Twilight Eugene, Ore., 5/8/15 Discus – 161-3/49.15m OSU High Performance Meet Corvallis, Ore., 5/1/15

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 96  Adam Stack
6-2 178 Fr. K

Honolulu, Hawaii / Kamehameha

Redshirt available

2017 – Gave fans a glimpse of his skills in the Spring Game recording four punts for 170 yards, long punt for 51 yards and one kickoff for 60 yards.
BEFORE OREGON — The 12th-ranked kicker in the country and 13th overall recruit in the state of Hawaii by 247Sports.com … Ranked eighth in the state and 17th at his position by ESPN … Ranked the ninth-best kicker and fourth-best punter in the nation by ChrisSailerKicking.com … An ESPN, Scout.com and 247Sports.com three-star recruit … Invited to play in the 2017 U.S. Army All-American Bowl … Named one of the top 100 recruits on the West Coast by the Tacoma News Tribune ... Named first-team all-state as a punter by the Honolulu Star-Advertiser as a senior … Also selected first-team All-Hawaii by ScoringLive.com as a punter … Made three field goals while going 11-for-11 on extra points … Earned first-team All-Hawaii honors as a kicker following junior season … Named third-team all-state by the Honolulu Star-Advertiser … Selected to participate in Chris Sailer Kicking’s Top 12 and Event Elite kicking camps in 2016 … Also received offers from Army, Miami, Oregon State and Wisconsin.

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 97  Jalen Jelks
6-6 252 R-Jr. DL

Phoenix, Ariz. / Desert Vista

Redshirt year: 2014

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201680
2015110
201400
2017 – Recorded one solo tackle, one sack, and one tackle-for-loss for 10 yards during the Spring Game.
2016 — Saw action in eight games of the season . . . Recorded 31 (21-10) tackles during the season with four tackles for loss for 20 yards . . . Career-high seven (5-2) tackles against Cal . . . Career-best six solo tackles vs. Virginia where he stood out recording two of the six sacks of the game becoming a season high for the Ducks . . .  Recorded one interception in the season opener against UC Davis.
2015 — Began to make a greater impact as the season wore on, accumulating six of his nine tackles in his final three appearances of his redshirt freshman year ... Taking part in 11 games, he posted season-highs of three takedowns in the win over USC and against TCU in the Alamo Bowl ... Included among his totals were a pair of tackles-for-loss vs. the Trojans for 17 yards and one for a 7-yard loss while facing Washington State ... Also forced a fumble against the Cougars in addition to being credited with a quarterback hurry in the post season and breaking up one pass at Colorado ... Participated in a season-high 34 snaps in his collegiate debut vs. Eastern Washington.
2014 — Spent the season mastering the playbook and enhancing his game as a redshirt ...   Recorded five tackles, including 0.5 tackles for loss, in the 2015 Spring Game.
BEFORE OREGON — 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 stops (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. Mounta

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 97  Jalontae Walker
6-2 238 R-Fr. TE

Milwaukie, Ore. / LaSalle Prep

Redshirt year: 2016

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 98  Jordan Kurahara
6-8 265 R-Jr. DL

Sherwood, Ore. / Sherwood

Redshirt year: 2014

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201600
201520
201400
2017 – Recorded three solo tackles during the Spring Game.
2016 — Did not play in any games during the season.
2015 — Assisted on three tackles and had a pass breakup against Eastern Washington in his collegiate debut, stepping onto the field in three of the Ducks' first four games ... Credited with six snaps in his lone Pac-12 appearance against Utah ... Continued to work in the weight room to add the bulk needed to hold his own along the interior defensive line.
2014 — The walk-on benefitted from the opportunity to sharpen his skills as a scout teams contributor, preserving four years of eligibility while the extent of his playing time took place in practice ... Tied for second on the team in tackles (5) in the 2015 Spring Game.
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 ... Posted 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. KURAHARA'S CAREER BESTS Tackles: 3, Eastern Washington, 09/05/15 (0-3) Pass breakups: 1, Eastern Washington, 09/05/15

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 99  Austin Faoliu
6-3 285 Fr. DL

Santa Ana, Calif. / Mater Dei

Redshirt available


BEFORE OREGON — The fourth-ranked defensive tackle in the state of California and 45th in the country by Scout.com … Rated the 58th overall prospect in California and 52nd in the nation at his position by ESPN … Ranked 65th in the state by Rivals.com … A consensus three-star recruit … Played in the 2017 Polynesian Bowl … Named to the Orange County Register’s All-County team as a senior … Recorded 32 tackles and nine tackles for loss along with 1.5 sacks and a forced fumble to help lead Mater Dei to a CIF Southern Section Division 1 runner-up finish … Made five tackles with three for loss and a sack and forced fumble in a win over Servite … Attended JSerra Catholic High School as a sophomore and junior … Ran for 351 yards on 48 carries for four touchdowns as a sophomore … Also received offers from Arizona, Arizona, State, Baylor, Colorado State, Hawaii, Illinois, Michigan State, Nevada, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, TCU, Texas, UTSA, Virginia and Washington State.

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   Scott Pagano
6-3 295 R-Sr. DL

Honolulu, Hawaii / Moanalua

Redshirt year: 2013


BEFORE OREGON — Spent three seasons at Clemson, making 13 starts in 31 games ... Recorded 92 tackles, 6.5 for loss and two sacks in 705 snaps for the Tigers. 2016 AT CLEMSON - Earned share of team's defensive 12th Man Award ... produced 31 tackles, 4.5 for loss and two sacks in 299 snaps over 12 games (four starts) ... added four quarterback pressures, despite suffering a foot injury against Pittsburgh, which forced him to miss the final three games of the regular season ... posted three tackles in game at Auburn ... made first career sack in win over SC State ... played 24 snaps at Georgia Tech with four tackles ...  had a tackle for loss on a key fourth down stop at Boston College ... had 1.5 tackles for loss, including a sack, in overtime win against NC State ... returned to action in bowl season, with two tackles against both Ohio State and Alabama ... added a tackle for loss in the shutout win over the Buckeyes in the Fiesta Bowl. 2015 AT CLEMSON - Had 51 tackles, two tackles for loss and two quarterback pressures in 352 snaps over 15 games (nine starts) ... made the most of his first career start against Wofford, tallying seven tackles (one for loss) in 31 snaps ... had four tackles in 37 snaps at Louisville ... started and tallied four tackles in 29 snaps against Notre Dame ... made most of his 26 snaps in win over Georgia Tech with an astounding 12 total tackles ... notched half of a tackle for loss in ACC Championship Game win over North Carolina. 2014 AT CLEMSON - Had 10 tackles and one quarterback pressure in 54 snaps over four games ... had four tackles in 19 snaps against SC State on Sept. 6, his first career game ... had four tackles in 14 snaps against NC State on Oct. 4 ... had one tackle in 11 snaps against Georgia State on Nov. 22 ... had one tackle in 10 snaps against No. 24 Oklahoma in the Russell Athletic Bowl on Dec. 29. 2013 AT CLEMSON - Redshirted. HIGH SCHOOL - Rated as the No. 104 player in the nation by R

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Offense
 
Wide Receiver
23 
Malik Lovette  R-So.
83 
Alex Ofodile  R-So.
12 
Taylor Alie  R-Sr.
86 
Kyle Buckner  R-So.
 
Running Back
21 
Royce Freeman  Sr.
20 
Tony Brooks-James  R-Jr.
29 
Kani Benoit  R-Sr.
24 
Taj Griffin + Jr.
25 
CJ Verdell  Fr.
33 
Cyrus Habibi-Likio  Fr.
22 
Darrian Felix  Fr.
 
Quarterback
10 
Justin Herbert  So.
17 
Braxton Burmeister  Fr.
 
Wide Receiver
18 
Charles Nelson  Sr.
85 
Jaylon Redd  Fr.
14 
Demetri Burch  Fr.
82 
Casey Eugenio  R-Jr.
28 
Chayce Maday  R-Jr.
 
Wide Receiver
13 
Dillon Mitchell  So.
89 
Darrian McNeal  Fr.
81 
Daewood Davis  Fr.
80 
Johnny Johnson III  Fr.
30 
Alfonso Cobb  R-Fr.
 
 
Right Tackle
54 
Calvin Throckmorton  R-So.
60 
Logan Bathke  R-Fr.
77 
George Moore  So.
Right Guard
76 
Jake Pisarcik  R-Sr.
57 
Doug Brenner  R-Sr.
71 
Jacob Capra  R-Fr.
50 
Popo Aumavae  Fr.
Center
55 
Jake Hanson  R-So.
75 
Zach Okun  R-So.
52 
Cody Shear  Fr.
64 
Charlie Landgraf  R-So.
Left Guard
68 
Shane Lemieux  R-So.
79 
Evan Voeller  R-Sr.
72 
Sam Poutasi  R-Fr.
59 
Ryan Walk  Fr.
Left Tackle
66 
Brady Aiello  R-So.
73 
Tyrell Crosby  Sr.
78 
Alex Forsyth  Fr.
Tight End
27 
Jacob Breeland  R-So.
84 
Cam McCormick  R-Fr.
39 
Ryan Bay  R-So.
44 
Matt Mariota  R-So.
40 
Taylor Stinson  R-Jr.
97 
Jalontae Walker  R-Fr.
95 
Drake Brennan  R-So.
37 
Ivan Faulhaber  R-Sr.
 
 
Defense
 
Defensive End
92 
Henry Mondeaux  Sr.
48 
Hunter Kampmoyer  R-Fr.
99 
Austin Faoliu  Fr.
59 
Riley Greene + R-Fr.
45 
Gus Cumberlander + R-So.
Nose Tackle
34 
Jordon Scott  Fr.
51 
Gary Baker  R-So.
Defensive End
 
Scott Pagano  R-Sr.
97 
Jalen Jelks  R-Jr.
74 
Elijah George  R-Sr.
98 
Jordan Kurahara  R-Jr.
90 
Drayton Carlberg + R-So.
 
 
Outside Linebacker
18 
Jimmie Swain  Sr.
42 
Jonah Moi  R-Sr.
24 
Keith Simms  So.
11 
Justin Hollins + R-Jr.
Inside Linebacker
55 
A.J. Hotchkins  Sr.
53 
Blake Rugraff  R-So.
Inside Linebacker
35 
Troy Dye  So.
12 
Sampson Niu  Fr.
39 
Kaulana Apelu  Jr.
Outside Linebacker
19 
Fotu T. Leiato II  Jr.
32 
La'Mar Winston Jr.  So.
56 
Bryson Young  So.
41 
Isaac Slade-Matautia  Fr.
 
 
Cornerback
14 
Ugochukwu Amadi  Jr.
11 
Thomas Graham Jr.  Fr.
22 
Jihree Stewart  R-So.
 
Safety
43 
Brenden Schooler  So.
25 
Brady Breeze  R-Fr.
28 
Billy Gibson  Fr.
16 
Nick Pickett  Fr.
37 
Dexter Myers  R-Fr.
Safety
21 
Tyree Robinson  R-Sr.
17 
Juwaan Williams  R-Sr.
26 
Khalil Oliver  R-Jr.
27 
Mattrell McGraw  R-Jr.
29 
Pou Peleti-Gore  R-Jr.
 
Cornerback
13 
Arrion Springs  Sr.
15 
Deommodore Lenoir  Fr.
10 
Ty Griffin  R-Sr.
31 
Sean Killpatrick  R-So.
 
 
Special Teams
 
Place Kicker
41 
Aidan Schneider  Sr.
40 
Zach Emerson  R-Fr.
Kick Off
96 
Adam Stack  Fr.
38 
Alec Hallman  Fr.
Punter
42 
Blake Maimone  R-So.
Kick Returner
18 
Charles Nelson  Sr.
20 
Tony Brooks-James  R-Jr.
Punt Returner
13 
Dillon Mitchell  So.
18 
Charles Nelson  Sr.
Long Snapper
58 
Tanner Carew  Sr.
66 
Devin Melendez  R-Jr.
Holder
12 
Taylor Alie  R-Sr.
18 
Charles Nelson  Sr.
 
 
+ = Player is injured   I = Player is ineligible.   R = Player is probably redshirting this season. Last Updated: 07/22/2017 Roster ID:134