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Name: T.J. Bass 
College: Oregon     Number: 56
Height: 6-4   Weight: 318
Position: OG  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2023

40 Low: 5.22
   40 Time: 5.31
  40 High: 5.42
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Height: 6036
Weight: 318

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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: HMC

 T.J. Bass, Oregon, Player News

  09/21/21 - OG T.J. BassrJr/2023, Oregon, 6-4, 318 (DS#4 OG) + More +

  SEPT 20 PAC-12 OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: T.J. Bass, Jr., OG, Oregon (Deming, WA),...Tied for the team high with four knockdowns in No. 4 Oregon's 48-7 win over Stony Brook...Earned a terrific 86.4 grade by Pro Football Focus, including a stellar 93.5 run-blocking grade. 93.5 run-block grade ranked second nationally among all offensive linemen and first among guards in Week Three, and his 86.4 overall grade was tops in the nation among guards and 11th overall...Helped pave the way for an Oregon rushing attack that went for 173 yards on 39 carries. Oregon's offense scored 40-plus points for the first time this season...2nd time Bass has won this award, having previously been honored in November 2020. Ducks win the award in back-to-back weeks after Alex Forsyth won it after Oregon's win over Ohio State. Oregon also won the award in consecutive weeks last season with Ryan Walk and T.J. Bass winning the first 2 weeks of the 2020 season. Since this award began in 2019, Oregon has won it 12 of the 24 weeks...Also nominated: Will Craig, LT, California; Luke Wattenberg, C, Washington; Jake Levengood, OL, Oregon State; Henry Hattis, RG, Arizona State. - Pac-12 Football

(DS#4 OG) rJr/2023 OG T.J. BassOregon
News Source: Pac-12 Football
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  05/19/21 - OG T.J. BassrJr/2023, Oregon, 6-4, 318 (DS#4 OG) + More +

  One of the bigger changes to Oregon's starting lineup last season, T.J. Bass asserted himself at left guard despite a limited offseason and was a consistent performer in his first year as an FBS starter. Bass had the unenviable task of replacing Shane Lemieux, who was drafted higher than any of the graduating UO offensive linemen from 2019. Yet the junior college transfer was able to earn Pac-12 offensive lineman of the week in just his second game. Now Bass is one of six returning regular contributors up front and even without playing in the spring game it's evident that he'll remain a starter in the fall. Mario Cristobal's take..."T.J. Bass is a very physically dominant player. I think his name gets lost out there, he doesn't get much of the credit but he's really becoming something special." - The Oregonian

(DS#4 OG) rJr/2023 OG T.J. BassOregon
News Source: The Oregonian
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  01/02/21 - OG T.J. BassrJr/2023, Oregon, 6-4, 318 (DS#4 OG) + More +

  2020 ALL-PAC-12 CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION: OL T.J. Bass, Jr.,...Oregon's honorable mention all-league picks were offensive linemen Malaesala Aumavae-Laulu and T.J. Bass, running back Travis Dye, defensive lineman Austin Faoliu, defensive back Jamal Hill, wide receiver Johnny Johnson III and linebackers Isaac Slade-Matautia and Sewell. - Oregon Football

(DS#4 OG) rJr/2023 OG T.J. BassOregon
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  11/23/20 - OG T.J. BassrJr/2023, Oregon, 6-4, 318 (DS#4 OG) + More +

  NOV 16 PAC-12 OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: T.J. Bass, Jr., OL, Oregon (Deming, Wash.),...Oregon totaled 581 yards of offense, the program's most in a Pac-12 game since 2017 and the most in a league road game since 2014...Bass helped pave the way for 269 rushing yards for the second-straight game, with Oregon rushing for 213 of 269 total yards in the second half alone...The game was the first since 2016 that Oregon had 300 yards passing and 200 yards rushing in a conference matchup...Also nominated: Frank Fillip, OT, Colorado; Jaxson Kirkland, LT, Washington. - Pac-12 Conference Football

(DS#4 OG) rJr/2023 OG T.J. BassOregon
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  11/07/20 - OG T.J. BassrJr/2023, Oregon, 6-4, 318 (DS#4 OG) + More +

  If there's a single adjective offensive linemen want most associated with their name it's "tough." It goes with the territory of playing in the trenches. Pass blocking and paving the road in the run game are not for the faint of heart. They're inglorious tasks, moving other 300-pound men against their desired path so that your team can reach its destination. T.J. Bass is good at those things; it's why the 6-foot-5, 318-pound Washington native was a junior college All-American and was ranked the top JUCO guard prospect in the country last year. It's also why his new position used the same term four times in 51 words to describe what Bass brings to Oregon's offensive line.

"He's tough," offensive line coach Alex Mirabal said. "He's tough. (From) up in the Washington area, up there in Deming. He's tough. He's strong. He's a good athlete. If you had a basketball team made out of football players you want to pick him. He's got really good athleticism. He's got really good feet. He's physical. He's tough." Bass enrolled at Oregon in January and immediately began working with the second-team offense during spring practice. It didn't take long into fall camp for Bass to showcase his skills further and put himself in position to be the Ducks' starting left guard. "T.J. Bass is going to be an outstanding football player," Oregon coach Mario Cristobal declared during fall camp. "He is powerful. He's massive. He's smart, tough, diligent, all those things. Have been extremely impressed with him." - The Oregonian


(DS#4 OG) rJr/2023 OG T.J. BassOregon
News Source: The Oregonian
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  10/17/20 - OG T.J. BassrJr/2023, Oregon, 6-4, 318 (DS#4 OG) + More +

  Oregon coach Mario Cristobal says he's been impressed with the Ducks' new players. Oregon's 2020 recruiting class will start having an impact on the field right away. Mario Cristobal said five-star prospects Justin Flowe (linebacker), Noah Sewell (linebacker) and Dontae Manning (cornerback) have a chance to live up to their billing like defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux did last season, albeit without the benefit of a full spring practice and offseason due to the pandemic. With so many key players from last year's Pac-12 championship team graduating or opting out, the Ducks will also lean on transfers to help reload.

"If you're going to try to bring a guy that's a grad transfer or a junior college player into your program, you're doing it because they already are physically mature and you certainly want to target guys that are mentally mature," Cristobal said Wednesday after Oregon's fifth fall camp practice. "(Players) that, from a cultural standpoint, they understand that they are joining a new family. They have to adapt, they have to come full throttle to make it work." T.J. Bass, who transferred from Butte College, reminds the coaching staff of a more versatile Shane Lemieux. The 6-foot-5, 318-pound junior has been competing at both tackle positions and was the top-ranked junior college guard prospect. Cristobal said Bass could also play center, if needed. "T.J. Bass is going to be an outstanding football player," Cristobal said. "He is powerful, he's massive, he's smart, tough, diligent, all those things. I've been extremely impressed with him." - Register Guard


(DS#4 OG) rJr/2023 OG T.J. BassOregon
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