Chile Duck's
Duck Depth Chart
2016 Spring Roster
April 2016

Player information and summary text has been obtained from GoDucks.com the official web site for Oregon Football. Depth positions are taken from 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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 66  Brady Aiello
6-7 275 RFr. OL

Lafayette, Calif.
(Acalanes HS)

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500

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 12  Taylor Alie
6-0 185 RJr. QB

Eugene, Ore.
(Sheldon HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015120
2014150
201300

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 toucdown 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.
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 . . . Also ran for a pair of two-point conversions (on three attempts) vs. South Dakota and UCLA and converted two others on throws against Michigan State and Florida State . . . Earned honorable mention academic all-conference acclaim following the season

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 13  Devon Allen
6-0 185 RJr. WR

Phoenix, Ariz.
(Brophy Prep HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015124
20141411
201300
 
2015 —Returning to action only nine months after suffering a knee injury, struggled to regain the proficiency he enjoyed as a freshman with varied results . . . Stepped onto the field in 12 of 13 games, catching nine passes for 94 yards while averaging 10.4 yards per grab . . . Caught passes in five games, including three catches for 28 yards in his second game back vs. Georgia State before returning the following week to grab two receptions for 13 yards against Utah . . . Also nabbed two grabs for a season-high 30 yards in the win over California before being held without a catch in his final three regular-season appearance . . . Stepped onto the field for the first time of the year at Michigan State yet was held without a catch for the first time as a collegian while positioning himself from the line of scrimmage . . . Returning to the track following a year's absence, bettered the 60-meter hurdles school record on three occassions during the 2016 indoor season, highlighted by 7.56 to win the NCAA indoor championship.
2014 — Performed like a seasoned veteran, pacing the Ducks in receiving yards (440) and yards per catch (19.1 avg.) through the first seven games of the season while tying for third in scoring (36 points) . . . Finished the year leading the team in touchdown catches (7) and ranking second in receiving yards (684) despite virtually missing the final two games of the year after injured on the opening kickoff of the Rose Bowl . . . Was on the receiving end of the Ducks’ longest pass-catch of the campaign with his 80-yard grab at Washington State

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 14  Ugo Amadi
5-10 185 So. DB

Nashville, Tenn.
(Overton HS)

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015134

2015 — The true freshman earned his first two starting nods as a collegian against Georgia State and Utah before returning to the opening lineup 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 . . . 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 spring drills, posting one unassisted tackle and breaking up one pass in the Spring Game.

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 39  Kaulana Apelu
5-11 196 So. LB

Aiea, Hawaii
(Honolulu)

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015130

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 51  Gary Baker
6-4 298 RFr. DL

Upland, Calif.
(Upland HS)

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500

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 60  Logan Bathke
6-6 260 Fr. OL

Orange, Calif.
(Lutheran HS)

Redshirt available

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 L.A. 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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 39  Ryan Bay
6-4 230 RFr. TE

Tigard, Ore.
(Tigard HS)

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500

Before Oregon — Originally regarded as a basketball player before transferring from Jesuit High School to Tigard 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 Tigard’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.

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 81  Evan Baylis
6-6 250 RSr. TE

Centennial, Colo.
(Grandview HS)

Redshirt year: 2012

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
20151313
2014124
2013122

2015 — Benefitting from the season's absence of program's all-conference tight end, the 13-game starter put together his best numbers of his career . . . The team's sixth-leading receiver finished the year with 16 catches for 229 yards and one touchdown, stretching his yards-per-catch average to the Ducks' fifth-best (14.3 avg.) . . . Caught a pair of passes in each of the Ducks' first four games, including 23 receiving yards vs. Utah . . . Latching onto passes in 10 of 13 appearances, he was credited with two receptions for 62 yards and his lone score of the year in the win over USC, including a career-long of 52 yards . . . However no improvement was more evident than his prowess as a blocker
2014 — Oregon’s ninth-leading receiver stepped onto the field for the final 11 games, including starting roles in three of his final four outings . . . Enhanced his skills at the point of attack as well as a receiver downfield as the season wore on, claiming his most extensive playing time of the year in his final three appearances of 2014 . . . Logged 72 snaps in the national championship finale vs. Ohio State as well as 61 plays in the Pac-12 Championship win . . . Caught 15 passes for 143 yards, including a 15-yard scoring catch against Colorado . . . After being held without a catch until the seventh game of the year, he ended the season with a flurry as he accumulated 11 receptions for 98 yards in the final two games . . . Latched onto six grabs for 98 yards over the course of the final two games, including six catches for 73 yards in the Rose Bowl win over Florida State.
2013 — Played in all 13 games, including his first career start against Oregon State and the following game against Texas in the Alamo Bowl

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 29  Kani Benoit
6-0 210 RJr. RB

Phoenix, Ariz.
(Phoenix Thunderbird HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015110
201470
201300

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 the 11 games in which he played, opened the Ducks’ scoring in his sophomore season debut with an 8-yard TD against the Eagles . . . Combined the power to bull his way between the tackles and the speed to elude the pursuit once he cleared the line of scrimmage, t he 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.
2014 — Came off the bench to appear in six outings, including a season-high five snaps vs. California and Arizona in the conference championship game . . . Carried the football in five of the season’s last eight contests, including four times for 40 yards in the Rose Bowl win over Florida State . . . Accounted for a 1-yard scoring plunge in his collegiate debut against Wyoming as well as adding his lone catch of the year vs. the Cowboys . . . Accumulated 98 rushing yards on 23 carries, including a 35-yard run against the Seminoles . . . Ran for 38 yards and one touchdown on eight carries in the 2015 Spring Game.
2013 — Contributed to the scout team while redshirting his initial collegiate campaign

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 22  Jeff Bieber
6-2 195 RSo. WR

Beaverton, Ore.
(Sunset HS)

Redshirt year: 2014

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201510
201400

2015 — Experienced his first game action as a collegian against Georgia State.
2014 — The walk-on joined the program for the start of fall camp and aided to the Ducks’ weekly preparations as a scout-team contributor.

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 30  Paris Bostick
6-1 220 RJr. LB

Tampa, Fla.
(Santa Monica College)
(Plant HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201520

2015 —  Tallied three solo tackles in first collegiate game against Eastern Washington and logged playing time vs. Georgia State.

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 27  Jacob Breeland
6-5 221 RFr. TE

Mission Viejo, Calif.
(Trabuco Hills HS)

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500

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 25  Brady Breeze
6-1 200 Fr. DB

Portland, Ore.
(Central Catholic HS)

Redshirt available

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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 57  Doug Brenner
6-2 305 RJr. OL

Portland, Ore.
(Jesuit HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015123
2014101
201300

2015 — Provides the flexibility of being able to play either guard or center . . . Came off the bench vs. Eastern Washington and Michigan State before drawing the starting nod at right guard against Georgia State . . . Oregon accumulated 539 yards of total offense vs. the Panthers . . . Extended his string of experiencing playing time in six of his last seven games vs. Utah.
2014 — Benefitted 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.

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 36  Eric Briscoe Jr.
6-3 215 Fr. LB

Yakima, Wash.
(AC Davis HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON - Ranked as the No. 4 recruit in the state, the PrepStar all-West Region choice was credited with 101 tackles, five quarterback sacks, and a pair of forced fumbles in nine games his senior year for a team that finished with a 7-4 record...The first-team all-state linebacker (Associated Press) also added 13 receptions for 209 yards and two touchdowns on the other side of the football for the Pirates, who advanced to the opening round of the state’s 4A playoffs for the second year in a row...Garnered first-team all-state acclaim as a tight end his junior year while catching 26 passes for 380 yards and four touchdowns, and contributed 62 tackles, two interceptions and one fumble recovery as a linebacker/safety...Achieved most of his recognition as a tight end early in his prep career, claiming second-team all-Big 9 Conference honors as a freshman and second-team all-state plaudits the following year when he grabbed 32 catches for 393 yards and six scores in 2013...Offered a glimpse of his future on defense with 50 tackles and two forced fumbles his sophomore season.

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 20  Tony Brooks-James
5-9 185 RSo. RB

Gainesville, Fla.
(Gainesville HS)

Redshirt year: 2014

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015100

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 . . . Provided the speed to outrun the opposition and get to the corner, accumulating 288 yards and three touchdowns on the ground as a redshirt freshman in addition to catching five passes for another 20 yards . . . Came off the bench to run for a 63 yards and two touchdowns in his collegiate debut vs. Eastern Washington - averaging 10.5 yards per carry - before rushing for a personal-best 101 yards on seven attempts vs. California . . . Scored on carries of 12 and 15 yards while adding two receptions for 3 yards in the season opener before adding a 5-yard TD run in the Alamo Bowl against TCU . . . Added 50 rushing yards against both Georgia State and the Horned Frogs . . . Making appearances in 10 of 13 games, served as his team's second-leading rusher on three occasions.
2014 — Excelled on the Ducks’ scout team during a redshirt season that resulted in him being named the program’s Special Teams Scout Team Player of the Year . . . Displayed the skills during the 2015 spring workouts to become a factor during the coming season among a talented pool of running backs . . . Doubled as a key component on school's national championship track team as a true freshman, running the lead leg on the third-fastest 4x100 relay in school history at the NCAA West Regional meet in Austin, Texas

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 15  Jalen Brown
6-1 200 RSo. WR

Phoenix, Ariz.
(Mountain Pointe HS)

Redshirt year: 2014

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015130
201400

2015 — Stepped onto the field for all 13 games either from the line of scrimmage or on special teams, acquiring valuable experience behind a deep list of returning veterans . . . Grabbing receptions on five occasions, the Pac-12 academic all-conference honorable mention pick was credited with his first catch as a collegian the third week of the season against Georgia State, nabbing a pair of receptions for 25 yards vs. the Panthers . . . Also caught a pair of passes (10 yards) at Arizona State before picking up only one more catch over the course of his final five outings . . . Finished his freshman year with seven catches for 89 yards . . . Scored his lone touchdown of the year (43 yards) at Colorado to extend an Oregon lead . . . Grabbed three passes for 114 yards in the 2015 Spring Game.
2014 — Graduated from high school early in order to enroll in classes during the winter term and attend 2014 spring practice . . . Made a positive impression on coaching staff during fall drills that left them feeling good about the ability to preserve his redshirt year.

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 85  Pharaoh Brown
6-6 250 RSr. TE

Lyndhurst, Ohio
(Brush HS)

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500
2014108
201395

2015 — Remains committed to rehabilitation of serious leg injury from the 2014 season.
2014 — Emerged from the pack to claim primary tight end honors due to rangy size that's an asset as a receiver as well as his prowess at the line of scrimmage . . . The first-team Pac-12 all-conference honoree finished tied for second-most touchdown receptions on the team (6), despite missing the last five games due to a significant leg injury at Utah . . . Also the recipient of the Duane Cargill Memorial Award as the Ducks' Outstanding Offensive Impact Player as he paced Oregon tight ends with 25 total receptions for 420 yards - the program's most receiving yards by a player at that position in three years . . . Caught a season and career-high five passes for 84 yards and a touchdown at UCLA, then surpassed his single-game receiving yards mark the following week vs. Washington, accumulating 99 yards, including a 66-yard career-long reception, on three catches . . . Led the team in receiving against Wyoming, UCLA and Washington . . . Was credited with receptions in all but one of his 10 appearances.
2013 — Started five of the first nine games after missing the first three games of the year . . . Credited with 10 receptions for 123 yards and two touchdowns during the season, including a career-long 28-yard catch against Utah . . . Enjoyed a trio of multi-catch appearances among his six outings with at least one reception, catching three passes for 17 yards and one score at Stanford and two receptions 42 yards against Utah

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 71  Jacob Capra
6-5 300 Fr. OL

Auburn, Calif.
(Placer HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON - Drew rave reviews for his play on both the offensive and defensive lines for the undefeated Pioneer Valley League championships 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 7th 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...Graduated from high school early in order to enroll at Oregon in time for the start of the winter term.

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 58  Tanner Carew
6-1 215 Jr. LS

Chino Hills, Calif.
(Damien HS)

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015130
2014140

2015 — Has successfully delivered 32 snaps on target to Oregon punters and holders in the first three games of the season.
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.

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 90  Drayton Carlberg
6-5 290 RFr. DL

Minneapolis, Minn.
(DeLaSalle HS)

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500

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 42  Cody Carriger
6-6 240 RSr. DL

Butte, Mont.
(Butte HS)

Redshirt year: 2012

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201540
201420
201360

2015 —  Stepped onto the field for four games his junior year, posting an unassisted tackle vs. Georgia State.
2014 — Injuries helped limit his playing time as he logged snaps against South Dakota, Wyoming and UCLA . . . Posted one tackle in his most extensive action of the year vs. the Cowboys (21 plays).
2013 — Logged playing time in seven of the Ducks’ first nine games, including 26 snaps vs. Washington State . . . Was credited with a solo tackle in his collegiate debut against Nicholls as well as an unassisted stop against California . . . Posted one quarterback sack among his two takedowns in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 7  Darren Carrington
6-2 195 RJr. WR

San Diego, Calif.
(Horizon HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201575
2014141
201300

2015 — Continued his momentum from the latter portion of his freshman season despite not returning until the seventh game of the year . . . The second-team all-conference choice accumulated 14 catches for 344 yards and three touchdowns in his first three appearances of the year vs. Washington, Arizona State, and California . . . His 87.0 yards-per-game average would have placed him third in the Pac-12 and 24th nationally had he met minimums required for NCAA statistical inclusion . . . Led the team with a 19.0 yards-per-catch average while finishing second in receptions (32), receiving yards (609), and touchdown catches (6) . . . Equalled his personal best with seven catches in the Alamo Bowl and paced Oregon in receiving yards in five of the seven games he played, including a season-high 125 yards in the win in Seattle . . . Eclipsed 100 receiving yards in his first three appearances of the year to establish a school standard with five consecutive 100-yard efforts (dating back to 2014) before adding a fourth game over the century mark in the '15 season finale vs, TCU . . . Caught touchdown passes in five of his seven 2015 appearances and seven of his last nine outings spanning the 2014 and '15 seasons.
2014 — Oregon's fourth-leading receiver came off the bench in 13 of his 14 appearances to finish with 37 catches, yet his 704 yards ranked only beind the program's 1,000-yard receiver . . . Led the Ducks with a 19.0 yards-per-catch average . . . Encountered his most productive stretch of his collegiate career when he combined for 14 receptions, 291 yards, and three scores in his final two appearances of the year vs. Arizona (Pac-12 Championships) and Florida State (in the College Football Playoffs semifinals)

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 73  Tyrell Crosby
6-5 310 Jr. OL

Henderson, Nev.
(Green Valley HS)

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
20151312
2014159

2015 — Opened at right tackle for the ninth straight game vs. Georgia State in addition to playing a large role in Oregon rolling up 485 yards on the ground in the opener vs. Eastern Washington . . . Contributed to the Ducks' 5.9 per-carry average in the third game of the year in the win over the Panthers.
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 . . .  Made appearances in all 15 games, including 97 plays in the Pac-12 Conference Championship Game and 90 at Utah . . . Was the recipient of the Ducks' Pancake Award for his ability to position the most defenders to the ground . . . Proved to be crucial to the success of a running game that led the conference on the ground for the ninth consecutive year (234.5) and amassed more than 300 rushing yards against Arizona and Florida State in the conference championship game and Rose Bowl, respectively . . . 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).

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 9  Gus Cumberlander
6-6 260 RFr. DL

Ellenwood, Ga.
(Cedar Grove HS)

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500

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 91  T.J. Daniel
6-6 275 RSr. DL

Oakland, Calif.
(Bishop O

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015100
2014150
201300

2015 — Provided his greatest contributions on special teams while adding to the depth along the defensive line . . . Made appearances in 10 of 13 games, contributing to tackles in two of them . . . Was credited with two solo tackles, including a tackle-for-loss, in the first game of the year against Eastern Washington ... Also added a quarterback hurry against the Eagles . . . The second-team Pac-12 academic all-conference pick hosted a pair of assisted stops vs. Georgia State one week after playing extensively at Michigan State.
2014 — Appeared in all 15 games while providing depth along the defensive line . . . Recorded 14 tackles on the year, including a career-high five tackles and a quarterback sack in the Ducks’ regular-season match-up with Arizona while taking part in a season-high 52 snaps. . . Picked up a pair of tackles in each of two ensuing weeks against UCLA and Washington . . . Added 49 and 43 plays vs. California and Stanford, respectively . . . Completed a push to become a bigger factor in the future during 2015 spring drills, finishing the Spring Game with a team-high three tackles for loss among his five tackles.
2013 — Redshirted his second season to allow him to adjust to the defensive line after being converted from tight end. . . Was named the Ducks’ defensive scout team player of the year following the season . . . Demonstrated ability to work into the program’s regular rotation in the near future after accounting for 0.5 tackles-for-loss among his five stops (2 unassisted) in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 8  Reggie Daniels
6-1 205 RSr. DB

Chandler, Ariz.
(Hamilton HS)

Redshirt year: 2012

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
20151110
20141513
201390

2015 — Oregon's most experienced returnee completed the year as its sixth-leading tackler (56) with the second-most stops among the defensive secondary despite missing two games . . . Included were 2.5 tackles-for-losses, posting takedowns behind the line of scrimmage against Michigan State, Stanford, and Oregon State . . . Ended the year second on the team in passes broken up (10) . . . Notched four tackles (three solo) against Eastern Washington in the season opener before contributing what was then a season-high six stops (three unassisted) the following week at Michigan State . . .  Contributed five stops vs. Georgia State in addition to a pass broken up for the second week in a row . . . Recorded collegiate-bests of 10 tackles twice within a three-week span in wins at Arizona State and Stanford.
2014 — The first-year starter opened all 15 games at free safety and finished with the third-most tackles (83) on the team . . . Included were eight of his stops covering kickoffs . . . Peaked towards the end of the year, posting a career-high nine takedowns in both the Rose Bowl against Florida State and in the National Championship against Ohio State . . . Closed the season with the squad's most solo tackles (62), including seven vs. the Buckeyes . . . Tied for the team lead in tackles against South Dakota (7), Florida State and Ohio State, and was the outright leader against Wyoming (8) . . . Had at least six tackles in nine of 15 games

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 35  Troy Dye
6-4 210 Fr. LB

Norco, Calif.
(Norco HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON - The PrepStar all-West Region choice ranks 29th among the list of the nation’s top safeties by Rivals.com after securing a team-high 105 tackles (58 unassisted) and four interceptions in 11 games his final prep campaign, returning one of his picks for a touchdown...First-team all-state selection by Cal-Hi Sports, first-team all-CIF and co-defensive player of the year in the Big VIII League...Ranking third in the Big VIII in tackles, his totals included 16 stops against Citrus Hill and Centennial (14 unassisted), as well as 15 takedowns vs. Roosevelt, where he tallied three of his 11.5 tackles-for-loss and returned one of his interceptions for a 34-yard score in a 42-28 win...His 16 stops against Centennial of Corona, Calif., then the top-ranked team in the country, were the most by any of the eventual state finalist's opponents in 2015...Also reached the end zone twice among his 11 receptions for 212 yards (19.3-yard avg.) in 2015...Enjoyed his best offensive output in the same game, grabbing three of his catches for 69 yards for the Cougars, who ranked 21st in the area by the L.A. Times while finishing his senior season with an 8-3 record and an opening-round setback in the CIF Southern Section playoffs...Possessing a physical presence, he completed 2014 with 106 tackles, one forced fumble, and one interception, including a career-high 18 tackles vs. Mission Viejo...Graduated from high school early in order to enroll at Oregon in time for the start of the winter term.

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 26  Casey Eugenio
5-8 180 RSo. WR

San Clemente, Calif.
(JSerra Catholic HS)

Redshirt year: 2014

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201520
201400

2015 — Made his collegiate debut off the bench against Georgia State.
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.

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 52  Ivan Faulhaber
6-2 224 RJr. LB

Eugene, Ore.
(Sheldon HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201520
201440
201300

2015 — Came off the bench in the latter stages of the season opener vs. Eastern Washington as well as against Georgia State.
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.

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 44  Darrian Franklin
6-1 200 Fr. LB

Downey, Calif.
(Downey HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON - Recognized among the nation’s top prep prospects as indicated by the inclusion on the Scout 300 listing after tallying 71 tackles (43 unassisted) and three quarterback sacks in 2015...The PrepStar All-American was selected to play in the Semper Fidelis All-American game, but opted to enroll at Oregon for the start of the winter term instead...Ranked 37th in the country at his position by Rivals.com and the No. 5 outside linebacker in California by Scout.com, the Vikings’ fifth-leading defender posted a single-game high 15 tackles, including two QB takedowns, in the win over Paramount after coming up with 13 stops (11 solo) vs. Warren...The Long Beach Press-Telegram All-Area Dream Team honoree also was utilized as a receiver throughout his high school tenure, accumulating 40 catches for 580 yards and five touchdowns while enjoying his greatest offensive success his sophomore and junior seasons...Registered 41 of his 88 tackles unassisted as a junior while posting eight quarterback sacks, two caused fumbles, and one interception...Included were 14 tackles and four TFLs in the second game in 2014 vs. Vista Murrieta and 13 stops in the CIF Southeast Division of the Southern Section championship game against Crescenta Valley...Graduated from high school early in order to enroll at Oregon in January of 2016.

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 21  Royce Freeman
5-11 230 Jr. RB

Imperial, Calif.
(Imperial HS)

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
20151313
20141510

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 . . . Ranked fourth in the country in rushing in addition to becoming the only FBS player nationally to accumulate more than 100 yards from scrimmage in every game . . . The first-team all-league standout eclipsed school standards by rushing for 100 yards or more in nine consecutive games to finish the season over the century mark 11 times in 13 games . . . Led the league in total touchdowns scored (19) and rushing TDs (17) while tying for 10th in the latter category . . . Voted the Ducks' Most Outstanding Offensive Player by his teammates, he ran for a collegiate-best 246 yards (9.1-yard avg.) and two touchdowns in a setback against Washington State - the top rushing effort in the Pac-12 this year . . . His output came one week after picking up 163 yards on the ground in a win at Colorado, marking his best consecutive-game totals of the year . . . Also caught three passes for 46 yards and a third score vs. the Cougars . . . Scored touchdowns in 11 of 13 appearances, with his season-high three TDs against Eastern Washington, Washington State, and TCU falling one shy of his Oregon-best four scores his freshman year vs. Washington . . . Began the year running for 180 yards while averaging 8.6 yards per carry in the season-opening win over Eastern Washington

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 20  Jake Froehlich
6-0 220 RFr. LB

Wolfeboro, N.H.
(Tilton School)

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500
 

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 74  Elijah George
6-5 295 RJr. OL

Las Vegas, Nev.
(Arbor View HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201540
201400
201300

2015 — Persistence has paid off as the third-year sophomore has made his collegiate debut off the bench in the season-opening win over Eastern Washington in addition to stepping onto the field against Michigan State and Georgia State.
2014 — Injuries have become his biggest deterrent from stepping onto the field his first two years despite possessing all 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.

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 5  Taj Griffin
5-10 175 So. RB

Powder Springs, Ga.
(McEachern HS)

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015121
 
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 collegiagte start in Boulder, demonstrated his explosiveness by carrying the ball 11 times for a season-high 110 yards and a touchdown . . . 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  . . . Took advantage of the off season to transition to the collegiate level although the rehabilitation of a pre-existing injury precluded him from participating in spring drills on a full-time basis.

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 10  Ty Griffin
6-0 200 RJr. DB

Powder Springs, Ga.
(Georgia Tech)
(McEachern HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201560

2015 — The converted quarterback c ame 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 . . . 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.
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.  

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 55  Jake Hanson
6-5 288 RFr. OL

Eureka, Calif.
(Eureka HS)

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500
 

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 32  Eddie Heard
6-3 250 RJr. DL

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

Redshirt year: 2014

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015110
201400

2015 — Although he didn't make a huge statistical impact, his play and opportunities certainly intensified the second half of the season . . . While he stepped onto the field for 11 of 13 games - missing back-to-back outings against Washington State and Washington - his increased playing time from the line of scrimmage coincided - in part - with the season-ending injuries suffered by others on the depth chart . . . Was credited with four of his five tackles in the final six games, including unnassisted stops vs. Utah, Arizona State, and USC.
2014 — The junior college transfer refined his craft as a member of the Ducks' scout team in the fall, preserving three seasons of eligibility . . . Posted five tackles, including 0.5 tackles for loss, in the 2015 Spring Game.

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 10  Justin Herbert
6-6 215 Fr. QB

Eugene, Ore.
(Sheldon HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON - The multi-sport standout ranks fourth among the state’s 2015 prep football prospects (ESPN.com) as the Southwest Conference offensive player-of-the-year attracted PrepStar all-West Region honors...Shared first-team 6A all-state accolades (The Oregonian) as he quarterbacked Sheldon to a 10-2 ledger his senior season after being chosen a second-team all-state first baseman in the spring of 2015...Threw for 3,130 yards and 37 touchdowns his final prep campaign while completing 66.5 percent of his passes, and ran for 543 yards (5.4-yard avg.) and 10 scores to lead the Irish to the 2015 6A state semifinals ...Included were  season-bests of 475 passing yards and five TDs in the regular-season meeting with state champion Jesuit as well as 158 yards on the ground  vs. South Medford...Completed 10 scoring passes in the first two games of his junior year before suffering a season-ending leg injury...Returned for the 2015 baseball season to hit .400 while scoring six runs and driving in 11 RBIs  for a contingent that defeated West Linn for the Class 6A state championship...Also accumulated a 1.98 ERA in 42.1 innings, striking out 39 batters...Was a starter for the school’s basketball team that fell short in the 6A state championship game as a sophomore.

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 11  Justin Hollins
6-6 230 RSo. DL

Arlington, Texas
(Martin HS)

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500
2014140

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.

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 55  A.J. Hotchkins
5-11 230 Jr. LB

Portland, Ore.
(Riverside City College)
(Tigard HS)

Redshirt available

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 . . . Was a teammate of 2015 Oregon signee Jonah Moi for the 2014 season at RCC . . . Earned first-team all-state accolades (The Oregonian) for a Tigard High School contingent that advanced to the 2013 state 6A semifinals his senior year in addition to receiving second-team all-state recognition as a fullback and defensive lineman as a junior . . . Despite initiating his football career in 2012 as a prep junior, he received first-team all-league attention on both sides of the football his first season . . . Enrolled at Oregon in time for the start of the winter term in order to begin preparations for the start spring practice.

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 78  Cameron Hunt
6-4 295 Sr. OL

Corona, Calif.
(Centennial HS)

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
20151210
20141514
2013137
2015 – Extended his string of consecutive starting assignments to 16 games at Michigan State while opening 21 of his last 22 appearances.
2014 — Only one departed senior participated in more snaps (876) among his interior line counterparts than the true sophomore who returns as Oregon’s most experienced offensive lineman . . . Combined versatility and durability to evolve into one of the squad’s more consistent stalwarts . . . Logged a season-high 90 snaps at Utah and added 69 vs. Colorado, equaling the most plays against the Utes and Buffaloes among Ducks’ offensive linemen  . . . Proved to be crucial to the success of a running game that led the conference on the ground for the ninth consecutive year (234.5) and amassed more than 300 rushing yards against Arizona and Florida State in the conference championship game and Rose Bowl, respectively . . . 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) . . . Was one of several candidates to be given looks at center during the 2015 spring drills.
2013 — After the true freshman played a season-low two snaps at Washington, he proceeded to start the final seven games of the year . . . Became the program’s first true freshman offensive lineman to move into the starting lineup in 16 years, setting the stage to potentially become entrenched as a starter for years to come

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 13  Jhet Janis
5-11 190 RFr. DB

Stevens, Pa.
(Cocalico HS)

Redshirt year: 2014


Before Oregon — A football and track and field standout at Cocalico High School … Played quarterback and safety at Cocalico … As a senior, passed for 628 yards and six touchdowns, and ran for 934 yards and 18 touchdowns … Anchored the Cocalico defense, recording 49 total tackles and eight interceptions … Hauled in 13 interceptions over three varsity seasons … Joined the Oregon Track and Field program as a freshman and authored the eighth-best javelin throw in school history (227-5) at the Oregon Relays in April … Joined the football program as a preferred walk-on in late September.

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 97  Jalen Jelks
6-6 268 RSo. DL

Phoenix, Ariz.
(Desert Vista HS)

Redshirt year: 2014

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015110
201400

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 in setbacks 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.
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.

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 37  J.J. Jones
5-9 180 RSr. RB

Los Angeles, Calif.
(Harvard-Westlake HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201510
201420

2014 — Made his collegiate debut in the third game of the year vs. Wyoming and later added a pair of snaps at Oregon State . . . Ran for a season-high two yards against the Cowboys while carrying the football twice in Corvallis . . . Rushed for one yard on five attempts in the 2015 Spring Game.
2013 — The walk-on completed his first year with the Ducks as an asset on the scout teams while sharpening his skills for the future . . . Ran for 20 yards on six carries in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 11  Travis Jonsen
6-3 194 RFr. QB

Anaheim, Calif.
(Servite HS)

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500
 
2015 — The former Travis Waller and early high school graduate began classes at the start of the spring term in order to get a jump on mastering the Oregon offense . . .  Completed five of nine passes for 64 yards, including a 17-yard touchdown pass the Spring Game . . . Added 11 yards on the ground on four carries.

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 48  Hunter Kampmoyer
6-4 245 Fr. DL

Bishop, Calif.
(Bishop Union HS)

Redshirt available

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...In addition to breaking into the starting lineup along the offensive line as a freshman, he was credited with over 100 tackles in both his sophomore and junior seasons...Offensively, he rushed for 231 career yards (6.4 per-carry avg.) and six touchdowns while catching 48 passes for 812 yards and six scores...Graduated from high school early in order to enroll at Oregon in time for the start of the winter term.

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 16  Dylan Kane
6-3 195 RFr. WR

Honolulu, Hawaii
(Kamehameha HS)

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500
 

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 99  Canton Kaumatule
6-7 295 So. DL

Honolulu, Hawaii
(Punahou HS)

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201580
 
2015 — Was thrust into the rotation for on-the-job training in eight games in a situation that should pay greater dividends in the future . . . Posted both of this tackles (one solo) in the second game of the season in the win against Georgia State ... The highly-touted newcomer graduated from high school early in order to facilitate enrolling at Oregon in time for the start of the winter term . . . Demonstrated tremendous progress during spring drills while recording five tackles in the Spring Game, including 2.5 tackles for loss and a game-high two quarterback sacks.

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 31  Sean Killpatrick
5-11 205 RFr. DB

Pearland, Texas
(St. Pius X)

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500
 

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 71  Wayne Kirby
6-3 320 Fr. DL

Pocatello, Idaho
(Highland HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON - Ranked as the top prospect in the state by ESPN.com and Idaho’s best defensive lineman (Scout.com), he has been described as physical player who maintains good pad level while utilizing uncanny athleticism along with good use of his hands and upper body strength...The two-time first-team all-Idaho selection (as chosen by the state’s high school coaches) as well as a second time all-area honoree (Idaho State Journal) finished his senior season with 44 tackles for the Rams, who advanced to the semifinals of the Idaho 5A state playoffs in 2015 and posted a 9-2 record...He also accumulated 11 tackles for loss, five quarterback sacks and three forced fumbles a year ago for a team that ended the season ranked fourth in the state...Tallied 49 tackles and four QB stops behind the line of scrimmage for the unbeaten 5A state champions as a junior while anchoring a defensive line that allowed only 12.9 points per game...Was singled out as the defensive line MVP at the All-Poly football camp during the summer prior to his high school senior season.

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 98  Jordan Kurahara
6-8 250 RSo. DL

Sherwood, Ore.
(Sherwood HS)

Redshirt year: 2014

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201520
201400

2015 —  Assisted on three tackles and had a pass breakup against Eastern Washington in the season opener.
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 timetook place in practice . . . Tied for second on the team in tackles (5) in the 2015 Spring Game.

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 41  Jarret LaCoste
5-11 210 RSr. RB

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

Redshirt year: 2014

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201510
201400

2014 — The walk-on contributed to the program's success in practice as a member of the Ducks' scout team while making the transition to the next level . . . Carried the football four times for 19 yards in the 2015 Spring Game in addition to catching two passes for 44 yards.

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 43  Fotu Leiato II
6-1 200 So. DB

Steilacoom, Wash.
(Steilacoom HS)

Redshirt available

 
2015 — The true freshman shined as a special teams standout from the outset, drawing double-team blockers from the opposition on a regular basis . . . Made appearances in all 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 tackles vs. Washington, California, and Oregon State.

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 68  Shane Lemieux
6-6 302 RFr. OL

Yakima, Wash.
(West Valley HS)

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500
 

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 17  Jeff Lockie
6-2 205 RSr. QB

Alamo, Calif.
(Monte Vista HS)

Redshirt year: 2012

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201563
2014100
201390

2015 — Accumulated his most experience of his collegiate career, earning starting nods vs. Georgia State, Colorado and Washington State among his six appearances . . . Completed 23 of 31 passes for 228 yards and a pair of touchdown passes in his starting debut in the win over the Panthers, connecting on nine of 10 passes in the third quarter . . . Returned two weeks later to engineer a victory in Boulder via a running game that netted 361 yards . . . Came off the bench against Utah to throw for 139 yards and a TD, as well as run for 37 yards,  before passing for 123 yards (13-22) and two scores while adding 52 yards on the ground against the Cougars . . . Finished the year completing 61-99 passes (61.6%) for 580 yards and five touchdownsand added another 92 yards on the ground . . . Led the Ducks to a field goal in the closing seconds of the opening half of the Alamo Bowl . . . The first-team academic all-conference choice also was named an academic all-district selection by the College Sports Information Directors of America . . . Completed requirements for his degree in business administration with a 3.82 GPA.
2014 — Completed 21 of 28 passes for 207 yards and one touchdown off the bench for the first Heisman Trophy winner in school history . . . Appeared in 10 games, logging the bulk of his playtime in wins over South Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado, and Florida State in the Rose Bowl . . .  Finished the season with a 75.0 completion percentage while averaging 7.4 yards/attempt through the air

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 23  Malik Lovette
5-11 205 RFr. DB

Redlands, Calif.
(Redlands East Valley HS)

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201510
 

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 28  Chayce Maday
5-11 180 RSo. WR

Corning, Calif.
(Corning HS)

Redshirt year: 2014

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500
 
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.

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 42  Blake Maimone
6-6 213 RFr. P

Thosand Oaks, Calif.

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500
 

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 50  Austin Maloata
6-1 305 Jr. DL

Corona, Calif.
(Centennial HS)

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015120
2014110

2015 — Assisted on two tackles and a tackle for loss in win against Georgia State ... Added a pair of tackles at home against Utah.
2014 — Saw time in 12 games as true freshman, providing depth along the middle of Oregon’s defensive line . . . Posted nine tackles on the year yet was more valuable tying up blockers at the line of scrimmage to allow the squad's second line of defense to make plays . . . Enjoyed a career-high four tackles in the season opener against South Dakota .while experiencing his greatest share of playing time at UCLA (25 snaps) . . Had a solid game against California, posting a pair of tackles . . . Also contributed tackles in wins over Wyoming, Colorado and against the Bruins . . . Benefitted from additional reps in the spring with the absence of program's top two defensive linemen from 2014, accumulating 0.5 quarterback sacks among his five tackles in the 2015 Spring Game.

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 37  Michael Manns
5-11 180 RSr. DB

Molalla, Ore.
(Molalla HS)

Redshirt year: 2012

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500
201430
201310

2014 — Made his greatest contributions providing the Ducks with looks of the opposition's schemes as a scout team standout, yet competed in two games on the season, logging playing time against Arizona (Pac-12 Championship) and Florida State in the Rose Bowl . . . Picked up his lone tackle on the year against the Wildcats, helping the Ducks secure the Pac-12 title . . . Following the season, was awarded the Ducks' Defensive Scout Team Player-of-the-Year accolades . . . Added three tackles and broke up one pass in the 2015 Spring Game.

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 47  Rex Manu
6-3 315 So. DL

Mililani, Hawaii
(Mililani HS)

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015120
 
2015 —  Assisted on two tackles in first career collegiate game against Eastern Washington.

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 4  Matt Mariota
6-2 248 RFr. LB

Honolulu, Hawaii
(Saint Louis)

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500
 

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 46  Danny Mattingly
6-5 245 RJr. LB

Spokane, Wash.
(Mead HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015111
2014110
201300

2015 —  Made one solo tackle in the 2015 opener against Eastern Washington ... Contributed four tackles against Utah ... Tallied second consecutive four-tackle game at Colorado, while also adding a forced fumble.
2014 — Recovered from an injury in the early part of the year to become a key cog in the Ducks’ linebacker corp . . . Competed in 11 games, with his most extensive playing time taking place at Oregon State (44 snaps) . . . Made 19 tackles on the season, 10 of which were unassisted . . . Enjoyed best performance of the season in a win against Cal, making a career-high four tackles . . . Had three games where he made three tackles (Oregon State, Arizona - Pac-12 Championship and Florida State), showing his growth towards the end of the season . . . One of three players to record a sack against Cal, bringing the Golden Bears back 10 yards on the play . . . Had three tackles for a loss on the year . . . Forced a fumble against Utah, picked off a pass against Ohio State in the National Championship for his only interception of the year.
2013 — Coaches successfully resisted the temptation to play the true freshman due to his standout play on scout teams as the Ducks should benefit down the road.

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 84  Cam McCormick
6-5 230 Fr. TE

Bend, Ore.
(Summit HS)

Redshirt available

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, he 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 . . . Was tutored along the defensive line by former Oregon and Minnesota Vikings’ standout Neil Elshire.

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 54  De'Quan McDowell
6-1 203 Sr. LB

Marshalltown, Iowa
(Ellsworth CC)
(Marshalltown HS)

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015100
 
2015 — The walk-on transfer joined the team at the beginning of the spring term and immediately began the transition to the next level. . . Tied for the team lead in tackles (five) in the 2015 Spring Game (4 solo) in addition to recording one pass breakup ... Assisted on one tackle in the 2015 opener against Eastern Washington.

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 27  Mattrell McGraw
5-10 185 RSo. DB

New Orleans, La.
(John Curtis HS)

Redshirt year: 2014

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500
201400

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.

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 66  Devin Melendez
6-2 205 Jr. LS

La Habra, Calif.
(La Habra HS)

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500
201430

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.

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 33  Kirk Merritt
5-11 205 So. WR

Destrehan, La.
(Destrehan HS)

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015110
 
2015 — Made first career reception in win against Georgia State, while also running back a kickoff for 28 yards ... Added a pair of special team tackles against Utah.

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 65  Mike Miller
6-4 285 RFr. OL

Portland, Ore.
(Boise State)
(Jesuit HS)

Redshirt year: 2014


Before Oregon — Joined Boise State as a preferred walk-on out of Jesuit High School after a phenomenal senior season in which he was named first-team all-state and leading Jesuit on a state title run … Anchored an offensive line at Jesuit that helped two different backs run for more than 2,000 yards in 2013 … Joined Oregon as a preferred walk-on after one season at Boise State.

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 1  Dillon Mitchell
6-1 190 Fr. WR

Memphis, Tenn.
(White Station HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON - Has positioned himself as an athletic standout as demonstrated by being named Tennessee’s Gatorade football 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 . . . Was awarded the Tennessee Titans Mr. Football Award as the state’s best back (Class 6A) after catching 62 passes for 1,143 yards and accumulating 31 total touchdowns during the 2015 regular season . . . Included were single-game highs of six touchdowns against both DeSoto Central and Arlington, with four of the scores in the latter game resulting from plays of 77 yards or longer . . . Among the explosion scores was a 100-yard interception return vs. Arlington . . . Contributed 12 additional trips into the end zone in three post-season appearances . . . Voted the 2015 all-Region 4-6A offensive player of the year by the district coaches, the PrepStar all-Southeast Region choice helped lead the Spartans to a 9-4 record and the quarterfinals of the 6A state playoffs . . . Graduated from high school early in order to enroll at Oregon in time for the start of the winter term.

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 63  Davis Miyashiro-Saipaia
6-2 300 RSo. OL

Honolulu, Hawaii
(Punahou HS)

Redshirt year: 2014

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201510

2014 — The walk-on served as a member of the Ducks’ scout team while accumulating experience that will be beneficial in the future . . . Battled to remain healthy in the fall.

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 3  Jonah Moi
6-4 250 RJr. LB

Redlands, Calif.
(Riverside City College)
(Citrus Valley HS)

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500
 

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 92  Henry Mondeaux
6-5 280 Jr. DL

Portland, Ore.
(Jesuit HS)

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015137
2014150

2015 — Recorded first career sack in win at Colorado.
2014 — Made an impact along the defensive line as a true freshman, making appearances in all 15 games . . . Was credited with nine tackles for the year, including a pair of stops in each of three consecutive games vs. UCLA, Washington and California . . . Also added a tackle-for-loss against the Bruins . . . Stepped onto the field for a season-high 29 snaps in the season-opening win vs. South Dakota before registering 19 plays at Oregon State . . . Deemed one of the defense's most improved players during spring workouts, the versatile Oregonian culminated off-season drills with three tackles (two unassisted) during the 2015 Spring Game.

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 83  Johnny Mundt
6-4 245 Sr. TE

Modesto, Calif.
(Central Catholic HS)

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015131
2014130

2015 — Came off the bench to catch two passes for 12 yards against Eastern Washington ... Caught an 11-yard touchdown pass to contribute in the Oregon win over Georgia State ... Added one catch for 16 yards against Utah.
2014 — Jumped out to a good start yet injuries helped derail his momentum until the latter part of the year . . . Stepped onto the field for 13 of 15 games, latching onto both of his 2014 receptions (29 yards) in the season opener against South Dakota . . . Took part in a season-best 33 snaps vs. Wyoming . . . Also took part in 30 plays in the Pac-12 Championships.
2013 — Broke onto the scene in impressive fashion as the team’s sixth-leading receiver caught five passes for 121 yards and two touchdowns in his third game as a collegian against Tennessee . . . Was bestowed John Mackey Tight End of the Week national honors for his effort in his starting debut as he proceeded to play in all 13 games as a true freshman . . . Started five of his appearances, finishing the year with 16 catches for 281 yards and three scores . . . Added a 14-yard TD catch against Utah . . . Also enjoyed multiple-reception outings vs. Washington (3-19 yards) and Washington State (2-35 yards) in consecutive weeks . . . Was the recipient of program’s Len Casanova Award as the team’s first-year player who exemplified the ideals and inspiration of the program’s former head football coach and athletics director.

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 6  Charles Nelson
5-8 170 Jr. WR

Daytona Beach, Fla.
(Seabreeze HS)

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
20151211
2014151

2015 —  One of the program's most versatile athletes in recent memory possesses the ability to shine at almost any position on the field of his choosing . . . Following a trial in the defensive secondary during the 2015 spring drills, he started the fall back on offense, starting three consecutive games at wide receiver after missing the season opener . . . Proceeded to open the final eight contests at safety, posting a team-high 12 tackles (6 unassisted) in his first collegiate action on defense and tying for second on the team with a pair of interceptions (vs. Oregon State and TCU) . . . The first-Pac-12's first-team all-conference all-purpose standout was credited with a career-best 15 tackles (14 solo) in the win at Arizona State in addition to returning a kickoff 100 yards for a touchdown, earning the honor of conference special teams player of the week . . . He completed the night returning four kickoffs for a season-high 185 all-purpose yards . . . The Ducks' ninth-leading tackler (47 stops and 35 unassisted) and fifth-best receiver (17 catches, 270 yards) ranked third in the Pac-12 (20th nationally) in kickoff returns (26.5 avg.) and 10th in the conference in all-purpose yardage (105.5 avg.) . . . He continued to be utilized as an offensive weapon after the switch to the other side of the ball, latching onto five passes for 73 yards and two scores in his final five appearances while averaging 5.6 tackles per game as a full-time defender . . . Also ran for 115 yards on six carries, including a 75-yard score in the win at Stanford among his 88 rushing yards

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 4  Alex Ofodile
6-3 200 RFr. WR

Columbia, Mo.
(Rock Bridge HS)

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500
 
2015 — Graduated from high school early in order to begin classes at Oregon for the start of the winter term . . . Utilized spring practice as a means to give him a better chance to become a factor as a freshman in the fall as he took advantage of his size advantage over defenders . . . Participated in the 2015 Spring Game yet held without a catch.

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 75  Zach Okun
6-4 310 RFr. OL

Newbury Park, Calif.
(Newbury Park HS)

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201510
 
2015 — Joined the Ducks at the beginning of the winter quarter in order to get a jump on the transition to the collegiate level . . . Took part in the 2015 Spring Game.

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 26  Khalil Oliver
6-0 200 RSo. DB

Meridian, Idaho
(Rocky Mountain HS)

Redshirt year: 2014

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015130
201400
 
2015 — Was credited with an assisted tackle on special teams in his collegiate debut vs. Eastern Washington in addition to recovering an on-sides kick ... Totaled two tackles and assisted on a tackle for loss against Georgia State ... Tallied three tackles, one solo, against Utah.
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 . . . The scout team stalwart proved to be one of the better defenders while providing the offense competitive looks during weekly game preparation sessions . . . Was credited with a pair of tackles (one unassisted)  as well as broke up one pass in the 2015 Spring Game.

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 76  Jake Pisarcik
6-2 300 RJr. OL

Medford, N.J.
(Shawnee HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015110
2014142
201300

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.

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 72  Samuel Poutasi
6-4 330 Fr. OL

Las Vegas, Nev.
(Desert Pines HS)

Redshirt available

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 pre-season 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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 86  Torrodney Prevot
6-3 225 Sr. DL

Houston, Texas
(Alief Taylor HS)

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015135
2014150
2013120

2015 —  Saw extensive playing time and assisted on one tackle in the season opener against Eastern Washington ... Totaled two tackles and assisted on a sack in win over Georgia State ... Had a productive game in win at Colorado, making five tackles and recording a sack against the Buffaloes.
2014 — Was one of Oregon’s strongest players rushing the passer as an outside linebacker coming off the edge . . . Appearing in all 15 games he demonstrated a nose to make plays, leading the team in forced fumbles with three (vs. Wyoming, California and Florida State) . . . Third on the team in sacks on the year (five) . . . Recorded a career-high 1.5 sacks against Wyoming, but truly peaked in his ability to put pressure on the quarterback towards the end of the year . . . Notched a half a sack or better in three out of the last four games of the year (Oregon State, Arizona – Pac-12 Championship and Florida State) . . . Finished the season with 30 tackles (18 unassisted) while equaling his career high with five tackles against UCLA and Oregon State . . .Was credited with four tackles against Colorado and contributed three against Wyoming . . . Broke up a pair of passes at Washington State . . . Five of his tackles came on special teams for the kickoff coverage unit . . . Taking to the field for a career-best 74 snaps at UCLA, he failed to log fewer than 30 plays on only two occasions . . . Recorded two tackles in the 2015 Spring Game.
2013 — The true freshman displayed tendencies of becoming a big-play artist as he was particularly effective coming off the edge from the line of scrimmage

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 9  Dakota Prukop
6-2 195 5Sr. QB

Austin, Texas
(Montana State)
(Vandergrift)

Redshirt year: 2012

  2016 – Formally joined the program in January at the start of winter term .

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 28  Johnny Ragin III
6-3 225 Sr. LB

Wilsonville, Ore.
(California)
(Wilsonville HS)

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015120
2014130

2015 —  Made one solo tackle and assisted on another in the season opener against Eastern Washington ... Tied career-high with three tackles, including two solo, in win over Georgia State.
2014 — Wasted little time making the transition to a new environment while certainly benefitting from a year of collegiate experience under his belt . . . Special teams proved to be his window for breaking into the rotation from the line of scrimmage as the year wore on . . . Making appearances in all 15 games, he was credited with 13 tackles . . . Included were a trio of stops on three occasions against South Dakota, Washington and Oregon State . . . Also broke up one pass vs. Colorado.

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 2  Tyree Robinson
6-4 205 RJr. DB

San Diego, Calif.
(Lincoln HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
20151311
2014151
201300

2015 —  After earning a starting role in the Oregon secondary, recorded one solo tackle in the season opener against Eastern Washington ... Totaled four tackles and had a pass breakup at Michigan State ... Had a career game against Georgia State, hauling in a pair of interceptions and returning one 42 yards for a touchdown ... Tallied five solo tackles in win at Colorado.
2014 — A key part of the Oregon secondary as the reserve strong safety also made a name for himself on special teams covering kicks . . . Played in all 15 games and earned a starting role at Utah . . . Ranked 12th on the team in tackles with 36 (10 solo) . . . Twelve of his takedowns occurred while covering kickoffs, tying him for third on the team in that category . . . Best efforts came early in the year as he recorded a career-high five tackles against both Michigan State and Wyoming . . . Added four tackles in winning efforts against UCLA and Florida State . . . Recovered a fumble against Arizona in the Pac-12 Championship game . . . Recording tackles in 14 of 15 games, he logged 50 or more snaps in six of his first eight appearances . . . Included was a career-high 59 plays vs. California . . . Enjoyed a solid showing during spring drills in an effort to claim a vacant starting safety role in the fall, claiming three tackles in the 2015 Spring Game.
2013 — His development the latter half of the fall may have caused coaches to rethink his redshirt status but his play in the spring indicated he could become a bigger factor his second time around

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 34  Lane Roseberry
6-1 230 RSr. RB

Bly, Ore.
(Lakeview HS)

Redshirt year: 2012

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500
201430
201360

2014 — Experiencing limited playing time in four games, his perseverance and work ethic carried him a long way as a valuable asset in practice . . . Finished the year rushing for 23 yards on six carries, his  best game of the year took place against Colorado, where he picked up 13 yards on two carries . . . Ran for 36 yards on six carries in the 2015 Spring Game
2013 — The honorable mention academic all-conference selection provided depth in the backfield in the latter stages of six games, rushing for 40 yards on 15 carries . . . Ran for a season-high 16 yards on three carries, including a season-long 12-yard run, against Tennessee . . . Gained 11 yards on two carries in first career appearance against Nicholls . . . Gathered his most extensive experience of the year at Colorado, taking part in five plays, and logged four carries vs. Utah.

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 53  Blake Rugraff
6-2 215 RFr. LB

St. Charles, Mo.
(St. Charles West HS)

Redshirt year: 2015


Before Oregon — A standout linebacker and running back at St. Charles West High School … As a senior, broke the school record for career tackles in early October, 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 first-team all-state honors as a linebacker after recording 191 tackles and seven sacks and rushing for 439 yards and 10 touchdowns.

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 41  Aidan Schneider
6-4 235 Jr. PK

Portland, Ore.
(Grant HS)

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015130
201490

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-American 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) . . . Extended his unblemished string of consecutive field goals to 10 before finishing the regular season connecting on 20-22 three-pointers . . . Included was the successful conversion of all four field goal tries vs. Georgia State, with three of them coming from 40 yards . . . Also made all three FGs against California, including a season-long 41-yard attempt . . . Remained perfect on a school-record 62 PAT tries his sophomore year, converting 133 of his 138 of his placements over the course of his first two seasons . . . Accounted for a personal single-game best 19 points vs. Georgia State (7 PATs, 4 FGs) while equalling the school's one-game pinnacle of connecting on 11 kicks . . . Is tied for second on Oregon's single-season field goal perentage chart, ranks third on its single-season scoring list (122 points) and tied for third on its field goals made ledger (20) with the nost since 1992 . . . Was award a scholarship at the conclusion of post-season preparations in Eugene.
2014 — Handled the majority of placements in the latter stages of the season, along with assisting with kickoff duties . . . Made 11 of 12 field goals on the season (91.7%), including his final four attempts during the Ducks' stretch run against Arizona (Pac-12 Championship), Florida State (CFP semifinal), and Ohio State (CFP National Championship)

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 12  Chris Seisay
6-1 190 RJr. DB

Vallejo, Calif.
(American Canyon HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201562
2014143
201300

2015 —  Started the season opener against Eastern Washington, recording a career-high nine tackles, seven solo, and adding a tackle-for-loss ... Also had the first takeaway of the Oregon season, intercepting a pass in the red zone in the second quarter ... 
2014 — Proved to be an integral part of Oregon’s secondary, particularly in the postseason when his mentor was lost for the remainder of the year with a leg injury . . . Started in three of his 15 appearances, including two of the program's biggest stages of the year against Florida State in the Rose Bowl and Ohio State in the National Championship . . . The Ducks' seventh-highest returnee in terms of returning tacklers finished with 33 stops, six of which occurred while covering kickoffs . . . Combined for 13 of his takedowns in starting roles over the course of his final two games of the years, posting a career-high seven tackles against the Buckeyes . . . Broke up four passes on the year in addition to recording one tackle-for-loss in the CFP finals . . . Forced a fumble in a win at Utah in addition to claiming three tackles . . . Tallied four tackles in two different games - both in wins over South Dakota and UCLA . . . Refined his leadership role during the off-season while accumulating five tackles in the 2015 Spring Game, sharing top honors with four solo stops.
2013 — Demonstrated the talent to move into the rotation in the secondary in 2014 after exhibiting solid skills on the scout team during his redshirt year

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 24  Keith Simms
6-3 235 Fr. LB

Bethesda, Md.
(Landon HS)

Redshirt available

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.

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 1  Arrion Springs
5-11 205 Jr. DB

San Antonio, Texas
(Roosevelt HS)

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
20151312
201490

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 . . . Made his first career start in the season opener against Eastern Washington, notching seven unassisted tackles and two pass breakups, before recording a career-high 13 tackles in addition to breaking up a pair of passes at Michigan State . . . . Was credited with one of his biggest plays of his young career in the win at Arizona State, intercepting his first pass as a collegian in the end zone against the Sun Devils to preserve Oregon's triple overtime win in Tempe.
2014 — Emerged as the lone standout amongst a talented collection of defensive backs from the 2014 recruiting class to step onto the field as a true freshman, taking part in 10 games from the line of scrimmage and/or on special teams . . . The reserve was credited with three tackles, including two unassisted stops against South Dakota in his most extensive playing time of the year . . .  Notched four tackles in the 2015 Spring Game, including 0.5 tackles-for-loss.

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 88  Dwayne Stanford
6-5 205 RSr. WR

Cincinnati, Ohio
(Taft HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015139
20141412
201300
 
2015 — The nine-game starter finished the year as Oregon's third-leading receiver, grabbing 30 passes for 463 yards and five touchdowns . . . Enjoyed one his most productive outings in the season-opening  win over Eastern Washington, catching three aerials for a team-high 90 yards in the first half, including a 46-yard reception . . .  Hauled in first touchdownn catch of the season against Georgia State, followed by scoring receptions vs. Arizona State (2), California, and USC . . . Logged his most catches of the year against Oregon State (5), and added four grabs against the Sun Devils and Trojans . . . Manufactured his most memorable moments in the closing seconds in Tempe, pulling down an 8-yard catch in the back of the end zone with 12 seconds remaining to send the game with Arizona State into overtime . . . He followed with a 25-yard scoring grab on the first play of the extra period that provided the Ducks with a brief lead in their three-overtime win . . . Caught passes in 11 of 13 appearances, with five of his catches looming 25 yards or longer.
2014 — Started 13 of the 14 games in which he appeared and emerged as one of team’s primary receivers following a year on the sidelines . . . Finished second on the team in catches (43) and tied for runner-up honors in touchdown grabs (6) while he was fourth in receiving yards (639) . . . Averaging 14.9 yards per catch, proved to be one of the Ducks’ most reliable possession receivers as 29 of his receptions accounted for either first downs or touchdowns

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 95  Spencer Stark
6-2 275 RSo. DL

Modesto, Calif.
(Central Catholic HS)

Redshirt year: 2014

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500
201400

2014 — The walk-on defensive lineman served on the scout team while making the transition to the collegiate level during last fall's redshirt season . . . Continued his apprenticeship during spring drills yet was unable to make it onto the field in the 2015 Spring Game.

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 22  Jihree Stewart
6-0 182 RFr. DB

Corona, Calif.
(Centennial HS)

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500
 

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 40  Taylor Stinson
6-5 235 RSo. TE

Happy Valley, Ore.
(Clackamas HS)

Redshirt year: 2014

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500
201400

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.

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 36  Langston Stuckey
5-11 185 RFr. RB

Fort Collins, Colo.
(Fort Collins HS)

Redshirt year: 2015


Before Oregon — Anchored the rushing attack at Fort Collins High School as a senior in 2013, rushing for 993 yards and nine touchdowns on 189 carries … Also added 17 catches for 91 yards … Joined Oregon as a walk-on in late September.

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 18  Jimmie Swain
6-2 235 Jr. LB

Olathe, Kan.
(Olathe North HS)

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015130
2014100

2015 —  Had two tackles, one solo, against Eastern Washington to begin the 2015 season ... Set a career-high with four tackles against Utah.
2014 — Demonstrated the promise early in fall camp to be thrust into action as a true freshman, posting a pair of tackles in the season opener vs. South Dakota while taking part in eight plays . . . Culminated the season with one tackle against Ohio State in the CFP National Championship Game . . . Finished the year with 11 tackles (6 unassisted) in nine appearances while posting stops in seven games . . . Racked up a career-high three tackles in the win over Wyoming and added a pair of takedowns while covering kickoffs in the Pac-12 Championships . . . Experienced his most extensive play of the season (18 snaps) in the Rose Bowl win over Florida State, averaging 16 plays in the three outings immediately preceding the season finale . . . Benefitted for additional repetitions during spring drills, leading all defenders in the 2015 Spring Game with seven tackles.

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 54  Calvin Throckmorton
6-6 290 RFr. OL

Bellevue, Wash.
(Newport HS)

Redshirt year: 2015

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201500
 

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 79  Evan Voeller
6-5 295 RJr. OL

West Linn, Ore.
(West Linn HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015132
201470
201300

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.  

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 2  Tristen Wallace
6-4 235 Fr. ATH

DeSoto, Texas
(DeSoto HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON - Considered to be the No. 4-ranked athlete in the country by 247Sports and the seventh-rated dual-threat quarterback in the nation by ESPN.com . . . Presents the combination of size, athleticism, and agility, along with a strong arm that warranted his inclusion among the PrepStar Top 150 Dream Team and ESPN 300 ledgers . . . The quarterback threw for 2,167 yards and 12 touchdowns his senior year while adding 1,478 yards and 16 scores on the ground for the Eagles, who dropped a one-point decision in the second round of the UIL Texas 6A D1 state playoffs . . . Surpassed the century mark in rushing yards in nine of 12 games, including a season-high 193 yards vs. Midlothian, and passed for 479 yards and three scores in the season-opening win against Martin . . . Was selected to play on the U.S. Under-19 National Team in the 2016 International Bowl . . . Was sidelined after two games of the regular season his junior year due to injury after rushing for 217 yards and three touchdowns in addition to passing for 287 yards and another four scores in the season-opening win . . . Returned for the two state playoff outings at the end of the year, running for 180 yards and three TDs in his first appearance following an eight-game absence . . . Ended his abbreviated 2014 campaign tallying 1,176 yards of total offense and 14 touchdowns.

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 38  Ian Wheeler
6-0 205 RJr. P

Demorest, Ga.
(Habersham Central HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015110
2014150
201300

2015 — Did not attempt a punt in the season opener vs. Eastern Washington.
2014 — Handled all of the team's punting duties, launching 47 kicks throughout the course of the year while placing the football where only 11 boots were able to be returned . . . Averaged 39.1 yards per punt, including a long of 53 yards, without encountering any blocked attempts . . . Five of his punts were over 50 yards, and 11 were downed inside the 20-yard line . . . Enjoyed his best day against Colorado in Eugene, averaging 45.3 yards-per-punt with all three of his attempts landing inside the 20 yard line . . . Was called on seven times vs. Michigan State (43.0 avg.) while attempting only one punt on three occasions . . . Was credited with an assisted tackle in the National Championship Game . . . Was added to the program's scholarship rolls near the start of the season.
2013 — The walk-on added to the Ducks’ roster in September to provide depth to the kicking game as well as contributed to the scout teams.

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 17  Juwaan Williams
6-0 195 RJr. DB

Tucker, Ga.
(Tucker HS)

Redshirt year: 2013

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
201572
2014130
201300

2015 — Recorded first career interception in the season opener against Eastern Washington, taking it back 17 yards ... Also added a career-high five tackles, including three solo ... Made four solo tackles, including a tackle for loss, and forced a fumble against Georgia State ... Totaled two tackles 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 . . . Contributed four tackles – three of which were unassisted – in a road win at Utah in only 13 plays . . . Then logged in 20 snaps or more in each of his next four appearances, including a season-high 24 plays at Oregon State . . . Chipped in a pair of tackles on four additional occasions.
2013 — Lauded for his athletic versatility, he spent time as a linebacker and defensive back during his redshirt season in an effort to pinpoint where he could make the greatest contribution . . . He was a tremendous help on the scout teams and adds excitement for the future . . . Led all tacklers in the 2014 Spring Game with nine stops, including seven unassisted.  

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 3  Terry Wilson
6-3 195 Fr. QB

Del City, Okla.
(Del City HS)

Redshirt available

BEFORE OREGON - The two-time all-state honorable mention selection (The Oklahoman and Tulsa World) is ranked as Oklahoma’s No. 2 prospect in the state (Rivals.com and ESPN.com) and third on The Oklahoman’s Super 30 listing of the state’s top recruits . . . In his description of his quarterback, Del City coach Nick Warehime refuted the notion that he is a dual-threat quarterback but rather a passing quarterback who can run . . . The PrepStar all-Midlands Region recipient was chosen to the Oklahoman’s 2015 second-team all-Oklahoma City contingent by the state’s largest newspaper . . . Completed 154 of 281 passes for 2,406 yards and 25 touchdowns his senior season to go along with 709 rushing yards (8.5 avg.) and 11 scores . . . As a junior, he threw for 2,856 yards and 24 TDs to finish the year accounting for 14.3 points a game . . . Played in last month’s Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl, where he led the West team by completing 10-19 passes for 111 yards and rushed for an additional 46 yards . . . Has also been chosen to play in this summer’s Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State football game.

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 34  Lamar Winston
6-3 220 Fr. ATH

Portland, Ore.
(Central Catholic HS)

Redshirt available

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.

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 49  Matt Wogan
6-2 210 Sr. PK

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

Redshirt available

 
Year
Games
Played
Games
Started
2015130
2014130
2013130

2014 — Was responsible for 87 of Oregon’s 123 kickoffs on the season while recording a team-high 22 touchbacks . . . The academic all-conference honorable mention recipient averaged 62.0-yards on kickoffs . . . The Ducks' fourth-leading scorer (60) connected on 29 of 31 PATs through a six-game stretch during the team's first seven outings, as well as four-of-six field goals . . . Returned the latter third of the year to successfully convert all 13 kicks (10 PATs and three field goals) against Colorado and Oregon State, extending his string of consecutive footballs through the uprights to 17 . . . Completed the year drilling home 77.8-percent of his field goals, including a season-long 34-yard effort in a 38-31 win at Washington State on Sept. 20 . . . Stepping onto the field in 13 of 15 contests, was a perfect five-of-five on field goals from 20-29 yards while finishing the season 39 of 41 (95.1%) on PATs . . . Posted an unassisted tackle on one of his 10 kickoffs at Utah.
2013 — Handled 100 of the Ducks’ 101 kickoff from the outset while splitting the team’s placement duties the first eight games . . . Assumed the team’s exclusive rights for all PAT and field goal attempts during his last five appearances, connecting on six of eight FGs as well as 14-15 extra points down the stretch . . . Completed his first season as Oregon’s third-leading scorer (63 points), succeeding on 42 of 44 points-after-touchdown and seven-of-nine three-point tries

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 56  Bryson Young
6-5 230 Fr. DL

Clovis, Calif.
(Buchanan HS)

Redshirt available

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), he was 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.

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 38  Jaren Zadlo
5-11 195 RFr. DB

Ewa Beach, Hawaii
(Mililani HS)

Redshirt year: 2015


Before Oregon — Helped lead Mililani High School to back-to-back state championships in 2013 and 2014 … Recorded a season-high four solo tackles in a 53-45 win over Punahou late in the 2014 season … Played strong safety, free safety and outside linebacker while at Mililani … Joined Oregon as a walk-on in the fall.

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Offense
 
Wide Receiver
88 
Dwayne Stanford  RSr.
33 
Kirk Merritt  So.
Alex Ofodile  RFr.
16 
Dylan Kane  RFr.
 
Running Back
21 
Royce Freeman  Jr.
29 
Kani Benoit  RJr.
Taj Griffin  So.
20 
Tony Brooks-James  RSo.
34 
Lane Roseberry  RSr.
37 
J.J. Jones  RSr.
41 
Jarret LaCoste  RSr.
36 
Langston Stuckey  RFr.
 
Quarterback
Dakota Prukop  5Sr.
11 
Travis Jonsen  RFr.
Terry Wilson  Fr.
17 
Jeff Lockie  RSr.
12 
Taylor Alie  RJr.
10 
Justin Herbert  Fr.
 
Wide Receiver
Charles Nelson  Jr.
13 
Devon Allen  RJr.
26 
Casey Eugenio  RSo.
28 
Chayce Maday  RSo.
 
Wide Receiver
Darren Carrington  RJr.
15 
Jalen Brown  RSo.
Dillon Mitchell  Fr.
22 
Jeff Bieber  RSo.
Tristen Wallace  Fr.
 
 
Right Tackle
78 
Cameron Hunt  Sr.
54 
Calvin Throckmorton  RFr.
71 
Jacob Capra  Fr.
Right Guard
76 
Jake Pisarcik  RJr.
79 
Evan Voeller  RJr.
65 
Mike Miller  RFr.
72 
Samuel Poutasi  Fr.
Center
55 
Jake Hanson  RFr.
75 
Zach Okun  RFr.
63 
Davis Miyashiro-Saipaia  RSo.
Left Guard
57 
Doug Brenner  RJr.
68 
Shane Lemieux  RFr.
Left Tackle
73 
Tyrell Crosby  Jr.
66 
Brady Aiello  RFr.
60 
Logan Bathke  Fr.
Tight End
81 
Evan Baylis  RSr.
85 
Pharaoh Brown  RSr.
83 
Johnny Mundt  Sr.
27 
Jacob Breeland  RFr.
84 
Cam McCormick  Fr.
40 
Taylor Stinson  RSo.
39 
Ryan Bay  RFr.
 
 
Defense
 
Defensive End
92 
Henry Mondeaux  Jr.
91 
T.J. Daniel  RSr.
Gus Cumberlander  RFr.
48 
Hunter Kampmoyer  Fr.
98 
Jordan Kurahara  RSo.
Nose Tackle
47 
Rex Manu  So.
50 
Austin Maloata  Jr.
51 
Gary Baker  RFr.
95 
Spencer Stark  RSo.
Defensive Tackle
99 
Canton Kaumatule  So.
90 
Drayton Carlberg  RFr.
74 
Elijah George  RJr.
71 
Wayne Kirby  Fr.
Defensive End (Rush)
86 
Torrodney Prevot  Sr.
11 
Justin Hollins  RSo.
97 
Jalen Jelks  RSo.
42 
Cody Carriger  RSr.
32 
Eddie Heard  RJr.
56 
Bryson Young  Fr.
 
 
Outside Linebacker(Sam)
18 
Jimmie Swain  Jr.
Jonah Moi  RJr.
30 
Paris Bostick  RJr.
36 
Eric Briscoe Jr.  Fr.
52 
Ivan Faulhaber  RJr.
Matt Mariota  RFr.
Inside Linebacker (Mike)
46 
Danny Mattingly  RJr.
55 
A.J. Hotchkins  Jr.
44 
Darrian Franklin  Fr.
39 
Kaulana Apelu  So.
24 
Keith Simms  Fr.
Inside Linebacker (Will)
28 
Johnny Ragin III  Sr.
54 
De'Quan McDowell  Sr.
20 
Jake Froehlich  RFr.
53 
Blake Rugraff  RFr.
34 
Lamar Winston  Fr.
 
 
Cornerback
Tyree Robinson  RJr.
12 
Chris Seisay  RJr.
14 
Ugo Amadi  So.
22 
Jihree Stewart  RFr.
27 
Mattrell McGraw  RSo.
 
Safety
17 
Juwaan Williams  RJr.
26 
Khalil Oliver  RSo.
25 
Brady Breeze  Fr.
13 
Jhet Janis  RFr.
Safety
Reggie Daniels  RSr.
43 
Fotu Leiato II  So.
35 
Troy Dye  Fr.
38 
Jaren Zadlo  RFr.
 
Cornerback
Arrion Springs  Jr.
23 
Malik Lovette  RFr.
10 
Ty Griffin  RJr.
37 
Michael Manns  RSr.
31 
Sean Killpatrick  RFr.
 
 
Special Teams
 
Place Kicker
41 
Aidan Schneider  Jr.
49 
Matt Wogan  Sr.
Kick Off
49 
Matt Wogan  Sr.
Punter
38 
Ian Wheeler  RJr.
42 
Blake Maimone  RFr.
Kick Returner
Charles Nelson  Jr.
Punt Returner
Charles Nelson  Jr.
Long Snapper
58 
Tanner Carew  Jr.
66 
Devin Melendez  Jr.
Holder
12 
Taylor Alie  RJr.
 
 
+ = Player is injured   I = Player is ineligible.   R = Player is probably redshirting this season. Last Updated: 04/28/2016 Roster ID:80