Chile Duck's
Duck Depth Chart
Fall Camp Roster
2015

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.
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 2  Bralon Addison
5-10 190 RJr. WR

Missouri City, Texas / Fort Bend Hightower HS

Redshirt year: 2014

2014 —  Missed the entire season while recovering from a 2014 spring practice injury . . .  Displayed mid-season form in the 2015 Spring Game, catching four passes for 50 yards and one touchdown, completing all three aerials for 71 yards and a second TD, and running with the football once for a 2-yard gain. 2013 — An honorable mention Pac-12 all-conference pick after starting 11 of Oregon’s 13 games . . . Team’s second-leading receiver stands sixth all-time in single-season receptions with 61, while finishing the year with 890 receiving yards and seven touchdowns . . . Ranked 10th in the Pac-12 in catches with totals that would have led the team’s receiving corps each of the previous two seasons . . . Ranked 14th in the country (second in the league) in punt returns (14.1 avg.) . . . Returned 20 punts for 281 yards and two TDs . . . Shared honors as Oregon’s fifth-best scorer (54 points) . . . Named Pac-12 Special Teams Player of the Week after tying a school record with two punt returns for scores in win over California, in addition to having a third return for a score nullified by a penalty against Utah . . . Led the Ducks in catches on two occasions, including a single-game best eight receptions for 157 yards at Washington,  while sharing team-high nine other times . . . Enjoyed back-to-back 100-yard receiving efforts against Colorado (158) and Washington, finishing with a pair of TD grabs vs. both foes . . . Caught six or more passes four times – vs. Tennessee (78 yards), Washington (157), UCLA (66), and at Arizona (56), and nabbed five catches for 48 yards in Alamo Bowl win against his home-state Longhorns

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 66  Brady Aiello
6-7 275 Fr. OL

Lafayette, Calif. / Acalanes HS

Redshirt available

 12  Taylor Alie
6-0 185 RSo. QB

Eugene, Ore. / Sheldon HS

Redshirt year: 2013

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 . . . Completed six of 11 passes for 146 yards and one score in the 2015 Spring Game in addition to catching one pass for 23 yards. 2013 — The walk-on served as one of Oregon’s scout team quarterbacks while redshirting as a true freshman . . . Impressed coaches during 2014 spring drills while completing three of eight passes for 18 yards and one touchdown (20 yards) in the Spring Game . . . Also carried the ball four times for 18 yards.

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 13  Devon Allen
6-0 185 RSo. WR

Phoenix, Ariz. / Brophy Prep HS

Redshirt year: 2013

 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 . . . Led Oregon in receiving on two occasions while eclipsing the 100-yard plateau against Washington State (142) and Michigan State (110) . . . After catching one pass for 5 yards in his collegiate debut vs. South Dakota, he proceeded to account for scoring grabs in each of his next four appearances, including a touchdown reception of 70 yards against the Spartans . . .Snapped a seven-game scoring drought with a 4-yard TD catch in the conference championship game vs. Arizona . . . Thirty-one of his 41 catches resulted in first downs or touchdowns, including all five grabs in the regular-season meeting vs. Arizona . . . Also utilized as a kick returner in four games, accumulating 99 yards at California and 69 yards vs. Michigan State while pacing the team with a 26.1-yard average on only eight returns . . .  Also picked up 21 yards on his lone carry of the year vs. Colorado . . . Awarded honorable mention academic all-conference honors following the end of the regular season

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 14  Ugo Amadi
5-10 185 Fr. CB

Nashville, Tenn. / Overton HS

Redshirt available

  2015 — 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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 65  Stetzon Bair
6-9 295 RSr. OL

St. Anthony, Idaho / Iowa Western CC / South Fremont HS

Redshirt year: 2012

  2014 — Converted to the offensive line early into the fall after taking part in 23 snaps on defense through the first three games, accumulating an assisted tackle in the season opener vs. South Dakota . . . Made his first appearance on the other side of the ball five games later at UCLA and proceeded to step onto the field for the next nine contests . . . Garnered his own single-game best of 15 snaps vs. Colorado in addition to taking part in 13 plays in the conference championship game win over Arizona. 2013 — Made appearances in four games along the defensive line, recording a solo stop in the victory over California . . . While enhancing his skills on the Ducks’ scout team, he stepped onto the field for 13 snaps against both California and Washington State . . . Led all defensive linemen with seven tackles (four unassisted) in the 2014 Spring Game in addition to recording one quarterback sack and recovering one fumble.

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 51  Gary Baker
6-4 298 Fr. DL

Upland, Calif. / Upland HS

Redshirt available

 56  Alex Balducci
6-4 310 Sr. DL

Portland, Ore. / Central Catholic HS

Redshirt available

  2014 — The Ducks’ stalwart in the middle of the defensive line loomed as one of only six defenders to open all 15 games . . . Numbers didn’t paint an accurate depiction of his contributions as the defensive line’s fourth-leading tackler added a collegiate-best five stops in the national championship tilt against Ohio State . . . Added a trio of tackles for loss – including two takedowns behind the line of scrimmage in the season opener against South Dakota – in addition to recovering fumbles at California and vs. the Buckeyes . . . His 621 snaps ranked second among Oregon’s defensive linemen, including 92 plays in the regular-season meeting with Arizona. 2013 — Team’s fifth-leading tackler among interior linemen and second-best off the bench . . . Saw action in all 13 games, recording 10 of his 18 stops unassisted  . . . Posted a personal-best three takedowns at Arizona (all unassisted) and Virginia (two solo), in addition to a pair of unassisted tackles vs. Oregon State . . . Also credited with fumble recoveries in wins at Charlottesville and over California . . . Broke up one pass against Utah . . . Experienced his most extensive play of the year on the road, taking part in 33 snaps at Arizona and 31 at Virginia . . . Accumulated one solo stop among his four tackles in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 81  Evan Baylis
6-6 250 RJr. TE

Centennial, Colo. / Grandview HS

Redshirt year: 2012

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 . . . Completed the season with four receptions for 71 yards . . . Enjoyed a season-long 27-yard catch during the win over the Longhorns . . . Also nabbed single grabs in each of his last four outings against Utah, Arizona, and Oregon State . . . Added a pair of special teams tackles . . . Increased his productivity from playing one snap in the opener to a season-high 62 in post-season play.

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 29  Kani Benoit
6-0 210 RSo. RB

Phoenix, Ariz. / Phoenix Thunderbird HS

Redshirt year: 2013

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 . . . Completed the 2014 Spring Game as the Ducks’ second-leading rusher, gaining 44 yards on only five carries . . . Included was the longest run from scrimmage by a non-quarterback of 20 yards.

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 22  Jeff Bieber
6-2 195 RFr. WR

Beaverton, Ore. / Sunset HS

Redshirt year: 2014

  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
6-1 218 RSo. LB

Tampa, Fla. / Santa Monica College / Plant HS

Redshirt year: 2013

 27  Jacob Breeland
6-5 221 Fr. TE

Mission Viejo, Calif. / Trabuco Hills HS

Redshirt available

 57  Doug Brenner
6-2 305 RSo. OL

Portland, Ore. / Jesuit HS

Redshirt year: 2013

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

Gainesville, Fla. / Gainesville HS

Redshirt year: 2014

 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 . . . The quartet finished with the 10th-fastest prelim time at the NCAA Championships in Eugene . . . Clocked a season-best 10.59 100 meters at the Trojan (USC) Invitational and scored fourth indoors in the MPSF Championships in the 60 (6.71).

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 15  Jalen Brown
6-1 200 RFr. WR

Phoenix, Ariz. / Mountain Pointe HS

Redshirt year: 2014

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 . . . Held without a catch in the 2014 Spring Game before grabbing three passes for 114 yards in 2015 off-season exhibition.

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 85  Pharaoh Brown
6-6 250 Sr. TE

Lyndhurst, Ohio / Brush HS

Redshirt available

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 . . . Added a 1-yard TD grab at Arizona in his most extensive play (58 snaps) of the year.

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 44  DeForest Buckner
6-7 290 Sr. DL

Waianae, Hawaii / Punahou HS

Redshirt available

2014 — The second-team Pac-12 all-conference selection led the team in tackles for loss (13) with the most by a defensive lineman in four years . . . Also paced the interior line with 81 tackles (36 unassisted) - tying for fourth-most on the team . . . Had two or more TFL in three games (UCLA, Washington, and the Pac-12 Championship game) . . . Recorded a team-high eight tackles in the Pac-12 Championship game vs. Arizona . . . Established a career-high in tackles against Arizona with 11 . . . Started and recorded at least one tackle in all 15 games during the Ducks' 2014 campaign . . . His four total QB sacks came against Wyoming, UCLA, Utah, and Arizona in the regular season meeting and Pac-12 Championship . . . Led Ducks linemen with four pass breakups . . . Recipient of the Joe Schaffeld Trophy, given to Oregon's top defensive lineman. 2013 — The Ducks’ second-leading tackler among down linemen posted 39 stops  (12 unassisted) while finishing with 2.5 sacks and 3.5 tackles-for-loss . . . Starting the last eight games among his 13 appearances, was credited with a forced fumble and a fumble recovery in the opening quarter against California in addition to posting one quarterback sack among his three tackles . . . Recording six tackles at Stanford  along with five stops vs. Washington, UCLA, and Arizona, he was responsible for takedowns on 12 occasions . . . Finished with a pair of unassisted tackles in his season’s first start at Washington as well as the win over Tennessee

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 58  Tanner Carew
6-1 215 So. LS

Chino Hills, Calif. / Damien HS

Redshirt available

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 Fr. DL

Minneapolis, Minn. / DeLaSalle HS

Redshirt available

 42  Cody Carriger
6-6 240 RJr. LB

Butte, Mont. / Butte HS

Redshirt year: 2012

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 RSo. WR

San Diego, Calif. / Horizon HS

Redshirt year: 2013

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) . . . Set his career-best in receiving yards and touchdowns in the Rose Bowl, hauling in seven catches for 165 yards and two scores . . . His first performance with 100 or more receiving yards came during the Pac-12 Championship game against Arizona in his lone start of the year, setting his single-game best for most receptions in a game (7) that was duplicated the following game . . . Also led the team in yards (58) and catches (4) in a victory over Stanford . . .   Opened the year with four grabs and 68 yardsagainst South Dakota while pulling down his longest catch of the year (64 yards) the following week against Michigan State.   2013 — His impact during his redshirt season was limited due to being at less than full strength yet he made up for lost time during the 2014 spring . . . Benefitted from others’ misfortunes to take advantage of a lot of repetitions to place himself in the mix for significant playing time in the fall despite maladies of his own

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 33  Tyson Coleman
6-1 235 RSr. LB

Lake Oswego, Ore. / Lake Oswego HS

Redshirt year: 2011

2014 –  The 15-game starter logged 44 tackles (22 unassisted) in his first season in a starting role, posting stops in 13 appearances . . . Set a single-game career-best six takedowns at Utah and Oregon State, recording four or more tackles in five outings . . .  Ranked fifth on the team in tackles-for-loss with seven (44 yards) . . . Helped guide the Ducks to a victory over Utah, snatching his first-career interception, before recovering a fumble against Florida State in the Rose Bowl and forcing another in the National Championship Game vs. Ohio State . .  .Ended the season fifth on the team in sacks with five . . . Picked up the lone Oregon sack against the Buckeyes for a 17-yard setback.. 2013 — Played in all 12 regular-season games before health prevented an appearance in the Alamo Bowl win . . . Recorded 21 total tackles (eight unassisted) while earning consecutive starting assignments vs. Washington State and UCLA, with seven of his tackles taking place while covering kicks . . .  Matched a career-high with five tackles, including three solo stops, against the Cougars . . . Added three tackles in the season-opening win against Nicholls (2 solo) and vs. California (1 solo) . . . Credited with 0.5 tackles-for-loss in the win over the Golden Bears while taking part in a season-high 51 snaps . . . Added one tackle in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 73  Tyrell Crosby
6-5 310 So. OL

Henderson, Nev. / Green Valley HS

Redshirt available

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
6-6 250 Fr. DL

Ellenwood, Ga. / Cedar Grove HS

Redshirt available

 19  Austin Daich
6-3 205 RJr. DB

Aptos, Calif. / Watsonville HS

Redshirt year: 2012

2014 – The wide receiver appeared in 12 games as a reserve, with the majority of his playing time taking place on special games . . . Recorded his first career tackle covering kickoffs at Utah before coming back to post special teams stops vs. Arizona in the Pac-12 Championships and Florida State in the Rose Bowl . . . Transitioned back to the defensive side of the ball during the 2015 spring workouts. 2013 — Converted to offense from the defensive secondary in the fall, the redshirt freshman stepped onto the field in games against Nicholls, Tennessee and California . . . Took part in four snaps vs. the Golden Bears while sharpening his skills on the scout team for the second year in a row . . . Named the scout-team’s special teams players of the year . . . Caught two passes for 53 yards and one touchdown in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 45  T.J. Daniel
6-6 275 RJr. DL

Oakland, Calif. / Bishop O

Redshirt year: 2013

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 RJr. DB

Chandler, Ariz. / Hamilton HS

Redshirt year: 2012

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 . . . Logged the most playing time in four games among the secondary (including 119 snaps at California) and equaled the most (103) in the CFP championship . . .  Tied for second on the team with two fumble recoveries (vs. Utah and Florida State) in addition to forcing a loose ball in his starting debut against South Dakota . . . His nine pass breakups was good for second-most on the team to compliment his interception during the regular season against Arizona. 2013 — Came off the bench to post six tackles (3 unassisted) in 10 games, including a pair of stops at Virginia and vs. Washington State . . . Also broke up one pass during the win over Tennessee . . . Took part in a season-high 35 snaps in Charlottesville and 24 against the Cougars while making his greatest share of contributions the first half of the season

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 67  Tanner Davies
6-3 294 RFr. OL

Eugene, Ore. / Sheldon HS

Redshirt year: 2014

 2014 — Excelled on the Ducks’ scout team during a redshirt season during the program's championship season that allowed him the benefit of acquiring knowledge from a number of experienced upperclassmen.

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 71  Braden Eggert
6-6 315 RFr. OL

Napa, Calif. / Napa HS

Redshirt year: 2014

2014 — Spent his redshirt year becoming acclimated to the collegiate level with the hopes that the experience accumulated throughout the extended fall workouts and spring drills can enhance his position for further competition during the coming fall.  

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 26  Casey Eugenio
5-8 180 RFr. WR

San Clemente, Calif. / JSerra Catholic HS

Redshirt year: 2014

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 RSo. LB

Eugene, Ore. / Sheldon HS

Redshirt year: 2013

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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 21  Royce Freeman
5-11 230 So. RB

Imperial, Calif. / Imperial HS

Redshirt available

2014 – The freshman sensation has already drawn comparisons to some of Oregon's past all-time greats and became the program's first true freshman 1,000-yard rusher in school history - and the top true freshman rusher in conference history . . . The Pac-12 Conference's Freshman Offensive Player of the Year (coaches) and first-team all-league choice (Athlon's, Phil Steele Magazine) led Oregon's rushing attack (91.0 avg.),  climbing to fifth in the conference in rushing while averaging 7.6 points and 101.5 all-purpose yards per outing . . . The 2014 Freshman All-American scored 18 touchdowns and tallied 1,523 all-purpose yards . . . Led the Pac-12 in touchdowns scored (tied for 12th nationally in rushing touchdowns). . .  Rumbled into the end zone twice to help secure a Rose Bowl victory over Florida State . . . Put together six 100-yard rushing efforts against UCLA (121 yards), Washington (169 yards), California (112), Colorado (105), Oregon State (135), and Arizona (114, Pac-12 Championships), in addition to falling two rushing yards shy of eclipsing the century mark vs. Stanford and one yard short at Utah . . . Hauled in a season-best three receptions for 52 yards to help lead the Ducks to a victory over the Cardinal . . . Ran for 89 yards (6.8 avg.) against Michigan State in addition to catching two passes for 22 yards . . . Accounted for a quartet of scores on the ground vs. the Huskies after running for a pair of TDs vs. the Spartans, South Dakota and UCLA

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 96  Christian French
6-5 250 RSr. LB

Cedar Rapids, Iowa / John F. Kennedy HS

Redshirt year: 2011

2014 – Oregon's fourth-leading tackler among it's outside linebackers (26) paced all defenders with 6.5 quarterbacks sacks and was the only member of the defense to tally two sacks in a single game (Washington) . . . Also forced a fumble that led to a touchdown against the Huskies . . . Enjoyed a stretch among his 15 appearances where he picked up sacks in three-straight games (Washington [2], Cal and Stanford) . . . Ranked fourth on the team in tackles for loss with 7.5 while logging his most playing time at Washington State (67 snaps) . . . Recorded three tackles in three-straight weeks against UCLA, Washington and California . . . An impressivge 2015 spring showing provided evidence he is ready to step up his play to the next level as he tallied five tackles in the Spring Game. 2013 — Working into the rotation as a reserve defensive end, he made appearances in 11 games while finishing the season with eight tackles (2 unassisted) . . . Equaled his career best with four stops, including one tackle for a loss of 1 yard, in the victory at Virginia . . . Also credited with aiding a TFL among his two assists in his most extensive playing time of the year (39 snaps) in the Alamo Bowl win over Texas . . . Took part in 38 plays against Utah, which resulted in one assisted takedown . . . Added 0.5 TFL among his two tackles in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 74  Elijah George
6-5 290 RSo. OL

Las Vegas, Nev. / Arbor View HS

Redshirt year: 2013

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 Fr. RB

Powder Springs, Ga. / McEachern HS

Redshirt available

2015 — Graduated from high school early to facilitate enrollment at Oregon during the 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
6-0 205 RSo. QB

Powder Springs, Ga. / Georgia Tech / McEachern HS

Redshirt year: 2013

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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 61  Jake Hanson
6-5 288 Fr. OL

Eureka, Calif. / Eureka HS

Redshirt available

 48  Rodney Hardrick
6-1 245 RSr. LB

Colton, Calif. / Colton HS

Redshirt year: 2011

2014 – The 15-game starter tallied 75 stops (41 unassisted) as the Ducks' sixth-leading tackler, extending his string of consecutive opening-play appearances to 28 . . . Despite posting only one quarterback sack, he was second on the squad in quarterback hurries with six . . . Recorded four tackles for loss through the first five games of the season, ended the year with six . . . Logged a season and career-best 10 tackles, including his lone sack, in a loss against Arizona . . . Led linebackers with seven tackles and recovered a fumble in the CFP title game vs. Ohio State . . . Forced the ball loose to set up a touchdown in the final quarter of the Rose Bowl matchup with Florida State . . . Made four or more tackles on eight separate occasions during his 2014 campaign while tying for the team lead against Washington (8) . . . Led all interior linebackers with a season-high 82 snaps in the win over Michigan State and 78 at UCLA . . . Has appeared in 30 games in a row over the course of his last three seasons . . . Was credited with 1.5 quarterback sacks among his four tackles in limited play in the 2015 Spring Game.                                  2013 – Earned academic all-conference honorable mention acclaim as a first-year starter while finishing the year as Oregon’s sixth-leading tackler (65) . . . Opening all 13 games, was credited with five or more tackles in five of his last seven appearances of the season

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 32  Eddie Heard
6-3 245 RSo. LB

Oakland, Calif. / Laney College / McClymonds HS

Redshirt year: 2014

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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 72  Matt Hegarty
6-4 295 Sr. OL

Aztec, N.M. / Notre Dame / Aztec HS

Redshirt year: 2012

 11  Justin Hollins
6-6 230 So. LB

Arlington, Texas / Martin HS

Redshirt available

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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 78  Cameron Hunt
6-4 290 Jr. OL

Corona, Calif. / Centennial HS

Redshirt available

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 . . . Made his starting debut at right tackle vs. Washington State before shifting inside to right guard for the final five games

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 25  Glen Ihenacho
5-11 185 RFr. DB

Carson, Calif. / Serra HS

Redshirt year: 2014

2014 – Benefitted from the veteran depth in the secondary which allowed coaches to preserve his year of eligibility as a redshirt . . . Posted two tackles, including 0.5 tackle for loss in the 2015 Spring Game.

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 97  Jalen Jelks
6-6 268 RFr. DL

Phoenix, Ariz. / Desert Vista HS

Redshirt year: 2014

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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 64  Tyler Johnstone
6-6 295 RSr. OL

Chandler, Ariz. / Hamilton HS

Redshirt year: 2011

2014 — The lingering effects from a 2013 injury hampered his ability to return at full strength and forced him to the sidelines for his junior campaign . . . Oregon's lone returning starter remaining from the 2012 season took part in the 2015 spring workouts on a limited basis. 2013 —Extended his string of consecutive starts to 26 games at left tackle before he was forced to an early exit in the Alamo Bowl win over Texas . . . The two-time honorable mention academic all-conference choice was bestowed second-team Pac-12 all-league accolades by Athlons as well as honorable mention all-conference recognition by the league coaches . . .  Starting all 13 games in 2013, he eclipsed 80 snaps in four of Oregon’s final seven regular-season appearances, including 83 plays against both Washington and Oregon State . . . Served as a key component on an experienced offensive line that helped the Ducks accumulate a single-game school record 772 total yards vs. Nicholls . . . He also helped Oregon lead the Pac-12 in rushing (273.5 ypg), total offense (565.0 ypg) and scoring (45.5 ppg) while ranking third in the fewest quarterback sacks allowed (1.38 avg.).

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 37  J.J. Jones
5-9 180 RJr. RB

Los Angeles, Calif. / Harvard-Westlake HS

Redshirt year: 2013

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 Fr. QB

Anaheim, Calif. / Servite HS

Redshirt available

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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 80  Koa Ka'ai
6-4 240 RSr. TE

Honolulu, Hawaii / Kamehameha HS

Redshirt year: 2011

2014 – Provided experienced insurance for the Ducks, especially during the final third of the season after losing their starting tight end to injuries . . . Appeared in four games as a reserve, with three of his appearances occurring in the final five contests . . . Took part in a season-high 12 snaps vs. Wyoming before stepping onto the field against Colorado, Oregon State and in the Pac-12 Championship Game. 2013 — Returned to the offensive side of the ball after filling in along the defensive front a year ago . . . The tight end and special teams contributor was held without a catch in six appearances, including nine snaps at Colorado and vs. Utah . . . Caught one pass for 11 yards in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 16  Dylan Kane
6-3 195 Fr. SS

Honolulu, Hawaii / Kamehameha HS

Redshirt available

 99  Canton Kaumatule
6-7 295 Fr. DL

Honolulu, Hawaii / Punahou HS

Redshirt available

2015 – 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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 98  Jordan Kurahara
6-8 250 RFr. DL

Sherwood, Ore. / Sherwood HS

Redshirt year: 2014

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
5-11 200 RJr. RB

Albany, Ore. / College of the Siskiyous / West Albany HS

Redshirt year: 2014

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
6-1 200 Fr. LB

Steilacoom, Wash. / Steilacoom HS

Redshirt available

 68  Shane Lemieux
6-6 302 Fr. OL

Yakima, Wash. / West Valley HS

Redshirt available

 17  Jeff Lockie
6-2 205 RJr. QB

Alamo, Calif. / Monte Vista HS

Redshirt year: 2012

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 . . . Completed 11 of 12 passes for 113 yards and a touchdown in the season opener against South Dakota . . . Also tossed a 28-yard career-long pass against the Coyotes . . . Went six for eight, amassing 72 aerial yards in the win over Wyoming . . .  Gained 10 yards on five attempts on the ground, including a 13-yard career-long run against the Cowboys . . . Enjoyed a near-flawless 2015 Spring Game performance, completing all nine attempts for 223 yards (including a 52-yard scoring connection) and three touchdowns . . . Also scrambled twice for 16 yards in the spring exhibition. 2013 — Came off the bench for nine appearances in relief of program’s all-conference quarterback, with his most extensive duty occurring against Nicholls, Tennessee and Colorado . . . Finished the year completing eight of 13 passes for 57 yards and one interception in addition to carrying the football five times for 22 yards and one touchdown . . . Enjoyed a string of seven completions in eight attempts within a six-game span after succeeding on only one of three throws in his collegiate debut vs. Nicholls

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 77  Haniteli Lousi
6-5 310 Sr. OL

Fremont, Calif. / College of San Mateo / Washington HS

Redshirt available

2014 – Enrolled at Oregon in time to take part in 2014 spring drills to enhance his transition from the junior college ranks . . . Provided depth along an experienced offensive line while stepping onto the field for six games . . . Participated in a season-high 19 snaps in the season-opening win over South Dakota and added 15 plays vs. Colorado . . . Positioned himself for an increased role in 2015 with a solid spring showing.  

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 23  Malik Lovette
5-11 205 Fr. WR

Redlands, Calif. / Redlands East Valley HS

Redshirt available

 28  Chayce Maday
5-11 180 RFr. WR

Corning, Calif. / Corning HS

Redshirt year: 2014

  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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 16  Morgan Mahalak
6-3 205 RFr. QB

Kentfield, Calif. / Marin Catholic HS

Redshirt year: 2014

2015 – Completed three passes on nine attempts for 32 yards in the Spring Game.  2014 – Redshirted.

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 50  Austin Maloata
6-1 300 So. DL

Corona, Calif. / Centennial HS

Redshirt available

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 RJr. DB

Molalla, Ore. / Molalla HS

Redshirt year: 2012

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 Fr. DL

Mililani, Hawaii / Mililani HS

Redshirt available

 9  Byron Marshall
5-10 200 Sr. WR

San Jose, Calif. / Valley Christian HS

Redshirt available

 2014 — Oregon's 2014 Pac-12 all-conference honorable mention pick (coaches) completed a feat that no other player in league history has accomplished - the 1,000-yard receiver became the first player in the conference to ever rush for 1,000 yards (2013) and accumulate 1,000 receiving yards in his collegiate career . . . The Ducks’ leading receiver finished the year with 1,003 receiving yards on 74 catches, marking the 10th receiver in UO history to rack up 1,000 yards in a single season . . . Wrapped up the season second on the team in all-purpose yards (1,443 yards, 96.2 avg.), closing the year with seven all-purpose touchdowns . . . Best game statistically came against South Dakota where he accounted for 228 yards and two touchdowns (caught eight passes for 138 yards, carried the ball eight times for 90 yards) . . . Had a well-rounded game against Washington, hauling in five passes for 48 yards (1 touchdown) and logged five carries for 30 yards . . . Accumulated four receptions for a game-high 133 yards vs. California, including a 54-yard touchdown grab . . . Top receiving game on the season came in the national championship where he grabbed eight receptions for 169 yards and one touchdown . . . Helped return kicks towards the end of the season, taking three kicks back for 48 yards, two of which produced 28 yards against Florida State in the Rose Bowl . . . Caught one pass for 50 yards in brief action in the 2015 Spring Game. 2013 — Oregon’s 20th 1,000-yard rusher (1,038) and eighth in the past seven years finished fifth in the Pac-12 Conference in rushing (86.5 avg.) and sixth in scoring via touchdowns (7.0 ppg.)

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 46  Danny Mattingly
6-5 245 RSo. LB

Spokane, Wash. / Mead HS

Redshirt year: 2013

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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 90  Jake McCreath
6-3 245 RJr. TE

Ripon, Calif. / Modesto / Ripon HS

Redshirt year: 2014

2014 – The junior college transfer made brief appearances in two games, logging playing time against South Dakota and Florida State in the Rose Bowl, while making his greatest contributions in practice as a scout teams mainstay . . . Caught a pair of passes for 13 yards in the 2015 Spring Game.

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 54  De'Quan McDowell
6-1 203 Jr. LB

Marshalltown, Iowa / Ellsworth CC / Marshalltown HS

Redshirt available

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.

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 70  Matt McFadden
6-4 315 RJr. OL

Novato, Calif. / Marin Catholic HS

Redshirt year: 2012

2014 — Continued to refine his skills as part of the Ducks’ scout team, with his work ethic epitomizing a player who is ready to contribute when called upon . . . Made his lone appearance of the year in the season opener vs. South Dakota. 2013 — The redshirt freshman made his collegiate debut with two snaps in the season opener vs. Nicholls and added three plays against California . . . Continued to gain experience on the program’s scout team as well as during 2014 spring drills.

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 27  Mattrell McGraw
5-10 185 RFr. DB

New Orleans / John Curtis HS

Redshirt year: 2014

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 So. LS

La Habra, Calif. / La Habra HS

Redshirt available

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 Fr. WR

Destrehan, La. / Destrehan HS

Redshirt available

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

Honolulu, Hawaii / Punahou HS

Redshirt year: 2014

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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 92  Henry Mondeaux
6-5 290 So. DL

Portland, Ore. / Jesuit HS

Redshirt available

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 Jr. TE

Modesto, Calif. / Central Catholic HS

Redshirt available

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 So. DB

Daytona Beach, Fla. / Seabreeze HS

Redshirt available

2014 —  The second-team Freshman All-American (Scout.com) emerged as Oregon’s top special teams player on the year, developing into an offensive threat as the year progressed . . . Burst onto the scene with a 50-yard punt return for a touchdown in his collegiate debut vs. South Dakota before duplicating that feat from 58 yards out later in the year at California . . . Yet the second-team all-league standout played a crucial role as a kick coverage specialist, leading the team in special teams tackles (17) while attracting more than one blocker on a regular basis . . . Accumulated a 15.5-yard punt return average that would have ranked fourth in the country had he met the minimum number of returns (11 att., 171 yds.) while leading the Ducks with 19.0-yard kickoff return average (22 att., 418 yds.) . . . Finished third on the team in all-purpose yards (67.8 avg.) and tied for fifth in scoring (42 pts.) as he polished his game from a receiving standpoint as the year wore on . . . Completed the year with 23 catches for 327 yards and five TDs, with 20 of his grabs  taking place in his last seven games of the season . . . Enjoyed a season-high seven catches for 104 yards in the Pac-12 Championship game against Arizona . . . Reeled in a pair of touchdown receptions in both the Colorado and Oregon State games as he reached the end zone in four of the last five regular-season outings . . . Was the recipient of the Gordon E. Wilson Award (Oregon’s Top Special Teams Standout) following the regular season

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 4  Alex Ofodile
6-3 200 Fr. WR

Columbia, Mo. / Rock Bridge HS

Redshirt available

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 Fr. OL

Newbury Park, Calif. / Newbury Park HS

Redshirt available

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 RFr. DB

Meridian, Idaho / Rocky Mountain HS

Redshirt year: 2014

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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 62  Matt Pierson
6-6 285 RSr. OL

West Linn, Ore. / Jesuit HS

Redshirt year: 2011

2014 — The former walk-on’s perseverance finally paid off his junior year as he benefitted from others’ health-related misfortunes . . . After playing sparingly in the opener vs. South Dakota and being unable to work his way onto the field in the win over Michigan State, the 12-game participant experienced his most extensive action to date against Wyoming with an offensive-line high 69 snaps . . . Broke into the starting lineup the fourth week of the season at Washington State – his first of six consecutive starting assignments – before missing two games of his own later in the year due to injuries . . . Included was sharing a team-high 81 plays in the regular-season meeting vs. Arizona before posting a personal-best 83 reps vs. the Wildcats in the conference championships . . . Was awarded academic all-conference honorable mention honors following his most productive year . . . Added to the scholarship rolls at the conclusion of 2015 spring drills. 2013 — Increased proficiency resulted in more playing time for the offensive line reserve as he stepped onto the field for six of the first seven games before finishing with seven appearances . . . Took part in 27 plays at Colorado.

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 76  Jake Pisarcik
6-2 300 RSo. OL

Medford, N.J. / Shawnee HS

Redshirt year: 2013

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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 86  Torrodney Prevot
6-3 220 Jr. LB

Houston, Texas / Alief Taylor HS

Redshirt available

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 . . . He also was a standout on special teams, registering the team’s third-most tackles covering kicks (8) . . . Was credited with 14 tackles in 11 games, including quarterback sacks against Nicholls, California, and Oregon State

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 28  Johnny Ragin III
6-3 225 Jr. LB

Wilsonville, Ore. / California / Wilsonville HS

Redshirt available

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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 29  Tyler Reid
5-8 170 Fr. DB

Eugene, Ore. / Churchill HS

Redshirt available

2015 – The walk-on first joined the Ducks in time for spring practice, where he spent the majority of time becoming familiar with the program's defensive schemes . . . Notched a pair of tackles in the Spring Game, including one for a 2-yard loss. 

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 3  Tyree Robinson
6-4 205 RSo. SS

San Diego, Calif. / Lincoln HS

Redshirt year: 2013

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 . . . Contributed to scout teams last fall and credited with four tackles, an interception and one pass break-up in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 34  Lane Roseberry
6-1 233 RJr. RB

Bly, Ore. / Lakeview HS

Redshirt year: 2012

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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 41  Aidan Schneider
6-4 235 So. PK

Portland, Ore. / Grant HS

Redshirt available

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) . . . Opened his collegiate tenure connecting on seven-consecutive FGs during a four-game span, including all four attempts between 30-39 yards, and two-of-two on tries spanning 40-49 yards . . . Making appearances in nine games, his lone misses since the season-opening win over South Dakota were an errant 27-yard three-point try vs. the Wildcats in December and a blocked PAT against the Seminoles in the Rose Bowl . . . Finished third on the team in scoring (73 points) behind Royce Freeman (114) and Marcus Mariota (96) . . . Made a career-high three field goals on two occasions - on the road at Utah and against Arizona in the Pac-12 Championship Game at Levi's Stadium  . . . All three of his field goals on the latter stage – 34, 22 and 31-yarders – came in the first two quarters, helping the Ducks jump out to a 23-0 lead at the half against UA . . . His successful trio of field goals against Utah helped UO maintain a slim lead and eventually provided the cushion for it to turn into a bigger one . . . Finished 40 of 42 on PAT attempts . . . Averaged 60.4 yards in kickoffs, recording touchbacks in seven of 36 efforts.

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 82  Zac Schuller
5-10 180 Sr. WR

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

Redshirt available

2014 — Made appearances in 12 games as a reserve wide receiver and on special teams, logging 26 snaps in the conference championships and 15 the following game in the Rose Bowl . . . Finished the season with four special teams tackles, including two takedowns at Oregon State in a winning effort . . . Accumulated his entire offensive statistical output from the line of scrimmage vs. Colorado, catching two passes for 9 yards.

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 12  Chris Seisay
6-1 190 RSo. CB

Vallejo, Calif. / American Canyon HS

Redshirt year: 2013

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 . . . Was credited with three tackles and broke up one pass in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 93  Jason Sloan
6-3 225 RSo. DL

Salem, Ore. / McKay HS

Redshirt year: 2013

2014 — Made his collegiate debut with three snaps vs. Washington before culminating his playing time with brief appearances against Oregon State, Arizona (4) and Florida State (4) . . . Provide depth in the trenches during spring drills while gaining further experience in the 2015 Spring Game. 2013 — The walk-on defensive lineman worked on his transition to the next level by his diligence on the scout team . . . Was credited with one unassisted tackle in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 1  Arrion Springs
5-11 205 So. DB

San Antonio, Texas / Roosevelt HS

Redshirt available

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 RJr. WR

Cincinnati, Ohio / Taft HS

Redshirt year: 2013

  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 . . . Snagged his longest catch of his career less than 2 minutes into his sophomore season, sporting a 62-yard scoring aerial against South Dakota . . . Best statistical game of his career came in a win against California, notching career highs in receptions (6), yards (103) and touchdowns (2) . . . Recorded receptions in 13 games and latched onto multiple catches in 12 of them . . . Caught five passes on two occasions; in a win against Washington (55 yards, 1 touchdown) and a victory over Oregon State (76 yards) . . . Hauled in two passes for a pair of touchdowns – tying a career high – in a triumph at Utah . . . Certainly held his own amongst a crowded field at his position during spring drills despite catching only one football for 11 yards in brief action during the 2015 Spring Game. 2013 — A preseason injury contributed to the decision for a redshirt year . . . Demonstrated ability to contribute as a true freshman the previous year as well as part of the 2013 scout team

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 95  Spencer Stark
6-2 275 RFr. DL

Modesto, Calif. / Central Catholic HS

Redshirt year: 2014

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 Fr. CB

Corona, Calif. / Centennial HS

Redshirt available

 40  Taylor Stinson
6-5 235 RFr. TE

Happy Valley, Ore. / Clackamas HS

Redshirt year: 2014

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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 18  Jimmie Swain
6-2 235 So. LB

Olathe, Kan. / Olathe North HS

Redshirt available

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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 55  Tui Talia
6-5 285 Sr. DL

Concord, Calif. / Diablo Valley College / Ygnacio Valley HS

Redshirt available

2014 — Made a greater presence as his initial Oregon season wore on and he became more comfortable with team's defensive scheme . . . Appeared in all 15 games in a reserve role, posting eight of his 18 tackles (9 unassisted) over the course of four of his final five outings . . . Tallied a season-high three tackles – all unassisted – in the regular-season finale at Oregon State . . . Was credited with two stops on six additional occasions . . . Assisted in a pair of tackles for loss (vs. Wyoming and Colorado), including 0.5 quarterback sacks against the Cowboys . . . Also was responsible for fumble recoveries in consecutive contests at UCLA and against Washington, with both timely plays leading to Oregon touchdowns . . . Experienced his most extensive action (24 snaps) vs. the Bruins . . . His progression picked up during off-season workouts where it left off last year, making a solid push to claim a slot in the starting rotation once fall camp gets underway . . . Began attending classes at Oregon for the start of the 2014 spring term in order to accelerate his learning curve . . . Recorded five tackles in both the 2015 and '14 Spring Games.

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 89  Chris Tewhill
5-8 180 RJr. WR

Corte Madera / College of Marin / Marin Catholic HS

Redshirt year: 2012

2014 — Stepped onto the field for three of the season's final five games, including an Oregon-best six snaps in the Rose Bowl win over Florida State . . . Also enjoyed action in five plays vs. Colorado . . . Continued to provide depth in practice and made his biggest contribution on the scout team . . . Saw time in the 2015 Spring Game. 2013 — The walk-on transfer utilized his experience as a scout-team stalwart to ease the transition to the major college level, catching one pass for 12 yards in the 2014 Spring Game.

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 54  Calvin Throckmorton
6-6 290 Fr. OL

Bellevue, Wash. / Newport HS

Redshirt available

 24  Thomas Tyner
5-11 215 Jr. RB

Aloha, Ore. / Aloha HS

Redshirt available

2014 – The explosive speedster with deceptive power possesses the knack for shining the brightest on the biggest of stages . . . Oregon's third-leading rusher led the team's ground game in the final two games of the year in the College Football Playoffs, running for a season-high 124 yards (9.5 avg.) and two touchdowns in the Rose Bowl win over Florida State . . . He returned with a team-high 62 yards in the National Championship game against Ohio State in his most extensive action of the season (44 snaps) . . . Broke into the starting lineup in four of his 11 appearances - including the first three games of the season - reaching the end zone six times . . . Added a pair of scores vs. Stanford and converted his lone catch of the day at UCLA into a 21-yard TD . . . Finished the year with 11 catches for 67 yards as part of his 791 all-purpose yards - with his 71.9-yard average ranking third among the Ducks' offensive arsenal . . . Led all rushers in the 2015 Spring Game with a 9.4-yard per-carry average (47 yards). 2013 — Named first-team true freshman All-America by 247Sports and second-team freshman All-America by Athlons and College Football News . . . Played in 12 of 13 games and finished third on the team in rushing with 711 yards (6.2 yards per carry) and nine touchdowns  . . . Also caught 14 passes for 134 yards to finish with 845 all-purpose yards . . . Enjoyed his first career 100-yard game in the regular-season finale, rushing for a team-high 140 yards and one TD vs. Oregon State, yet came close on several other occasions

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 79  Evan Voeller
6-5 290 RSo. OL

West Linn, Ore. / West Linn HS

Redshirt year: 2013

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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 35  Joe Walker
6-2 240 Sr. LB

Palos Verdes, Calif. / L.A. Harbor College / Palos Verdes HS

Redshirt available

2014 — Broke into the starting lineup in 10 of his 15 appearances, tying for fourth on the team in tackles (81) and finishing second among inside linebackers . . . The honorable mention academic all-conference selection was at his best against the run, sharing a team-high nine stops in the win over Michigan State . . . Racked up eight tackles for loss, with two a piece coming in a home win against the Spartans and a road victory over UCLA . . . Tied for a career-high nine tackles on three separate occasions in wins against Michigan State, Arizona and Stanford . . . Made a tackle in every single game . . . Provided the pivotal play in a road win against Utah,  picking up a fumble and returning it for a school record 100-yard touchdown . . . Earned the Dudley Clarke Memorial Award as the Ducks' most improved player . . . Contributed three tackles in the 2015 Spring Game. 2013 — Team’s top reserve linebacker came off the bench to play in the Ducks’ first 12 games before drawing the starting nod in the Alamo Bowl win over Texas . . . Ranked 11th on the team in tackles and third among interior linebackers, with his 37 stops (25 unassisted) including three tackles for loss and two quarterback sacks . . . Contributed tackles in 11 of 13 appearances in addition to being a key special teams component . . . Credited with a single-game high nine tackles (six solo) and a TFL in his most extensive play of the year (61 snaps) in the win over California

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 60  Jim Weber
6-2 270 RFr. OL

Beaverton, Ore. / Southridge HS

Redshirt year: 2014

2014 — The walk-on was a late addition to the Ducks’ August roster, where he made the transition to the next level as a member of the program’s scout team during his redshirt season.

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 38  Ian Wheeler
6-0 205 RSo. P

Demorest, Ga. / Habersham Central HS

Redshirt year: 2013

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
6-0 190 RSo. SS

Tucker, Ga. / Tucker HS

Redshirt year: 2013

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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 49  Matt Wogan
6-2 210 Jr. PK

Indian Trail, N.C. / Porter Ridge HS

Redshirt available

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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Offense
Wide Receiver
Bralon Addison  RJr.
Darren Carrington I RSo.
23 
Malik Lovette  Fr.
22 
Jeff Bieber  RFr.
 
Running Back
21 
Royce Freeman  So.
24 
Thomas Tyner  Jr.
20 
Tony Brooks-James  RFr.
Taj Griffin + Fr.
29 
Kani Benoit  RSo.
34 
Lane Roseberry  RJr.
37 
J.J. Jones  RJr.
41 
Jarret LaCoste  RJr.
 
Quarterback
17 
Jeff Lockie  RJr.
12 
Taylor Alie  RSo.
16 
Morgan Mahalak  RFr.
10 
Ty Griffin  RSo.
11 
Travis Jonsen  Fr.
 
Wide Receiver
Byron Marshall  Sr.
13 
Devon Allen + RSo.
33 
Kirk Merritt  Fr.
82 
Zac Schuller  Sr.
26 
Casey Eugenio  RFr.
 
Wide Receiver
88 
Dwayne Stanford  RJr.
15 
Jalen Brown  RFr.
Alex Ofodile  Fr.
89 
Chris Tewhill  RJr.
28 
Chayce Maday  RFr.
Right Tackle
73 
Tyrell Crosby  So.
62 
Matt Pierson  RSr.
65 
Stetzon Bair  RSr.
70 
Matt McFadden  RJr.
66 
Brady Aiello  Fr.
Right Guard
78 
Cameron Hunt  Jr.
77 
Haniteli Lousi  Sr.
67 
Tanner Davies  RFr.
54 
Calvin Throckmorton  Fr.
Center
72 
Matt Hegarty  Sr.
57 
Doug Brenner + RSo.
75 
Zach Okun  Fr.
Left Guard
76 
Jake Pisarcik  RSo.
79 
Evan Voeller  RSo.
60 
Jim Weber  RFr.
63 
Davis Miyashiro-Saipaia  RFr.
68 
Shane Lemieux  Fr.
Left Tackle
64 
Tyler Johnstone  RSr.
71 
Braden Eggert  RFr.
74 
Elijah George + RSo.
61 
Jake Hanson  Fr.
Tight End
81 
Evan Baylis  RJr.
83 
Johnny Mundt  Jr.
80 
Koa Ka'ai  RSr.
27 
Jacob Breeland  Fr.
90 
Jake McCreath  RJr.
40 
Taylor Stinson  RFr.
85 
Pharaoh Brown + Sr.
 
Defense
 
Defensive End
55 
Tui Talia  Sr.
92 
Henry Mondeaux  So.
99 
Canton Kaumatule  Fr.
Gus Cumberlander  Fr.
90 
Drayton Carlberg  Fr.
93 
Jason Sloan  RSo.
Nose Guard
56 
Alex Balducci  Sr.
50 
Austin Maloata  So.
47 
Rex Manu  Fr.
95 
Spencer Stark  RFr.
Defensive End
44 
DeForest Buckner + Sr.
45 
T.J. Daniel  RJr.
97 
Jalen Jelks  RFr.
51 
Gary Baker  Fr.
98 
Jordan Kurahara  RFr.
 
 
Outside Linebacker
96 
Christian French  RSr.
11 
Justin Hollins  So.
42 
Cody Carriger  RJr.
52 
Ivan Faulhaber  RSo.
Inside Linebacker
35 
Joe Walker  Sr.
28 
Johnny Ragin III  Jr.
18 
Jimmie Swain  So.
Inside Linebacker
48 
Rodney Hardrick  RSr.
46 
Danny Mattingly  RSo.
32 
Eddie Heard  RSo.
54 
De'Quan McDowell  Jr.
Outside Linebacker
33 
Tyson Coleman  RSr.
86 
Torrodney Prevot  Jr.
30 
Paris Bostick  RSo.
43 
Fotu Leiato  Fr.
 
Left Cornerback
12 
Chris Seisay  RSo.
27 
Mattrell McGraw  RFr.
22 
Jihree Stewart  Fr.
 
Free Safety
Tyree Robinson  RSo.
26 
Khalil Oliver  RFr.
25 
Glen Ihenacho  RFr.
16 
Dylan Kane  Fr.
Rover
Reggie Daniels  RJr.
17 
Juwaan Williams  RSo.
29 
Tyler Reid  Fr.
19 
Austin Daich  RJr.
 
Right Cornerback
Arrion Springs  So.
Charles Nelson  So.
14 
Ugo Amadi  Fr.
37 
Michael Manns  RJr.
 
Special Teams
Place Kicker
41 
Aidan Schneider  So.
49 
Matt Wogan  Jr.
Punter
38 
Ian Wheeler  RSo.
Kick Returner
Charles Nelson  So.
Punt Returner
Charles Nelson  So.
Long Snapper
58 
Tanner Carew  So.
66 
Devin Melendez  So.
Holder
12 
Taylor Alie  RSo.
38 
Ian Wheeler  RSo.
 
+ = Player is injured   I = Player is ineligible.   R = Player is probably redshirting this season. Last Updated: 07/30/2015