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  05/07/22 - Kristian WilliamsrJr/2024, Oregon, 6-2, 285 (DS#999 DT) + More +

  The Register-Guard learned Tuesday that Oregon defensive tackle Kristian Williams has entered the transfer portal. Williams was not in attendance during Oregon's spring practices and the spring game last month. When asked about Williams' status, Oregon coach Dan Lanning said he was "away from the program." Last season, Williams played in all 14 games and had 16 tackles and one pass break up. He finishes his Oregon career with 25 tackles and a tackle for loss.

Williams will have three years of eligibility remaining as he redshirted during the 2019 season and he is using the NCAA's one-time waiver due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. Coming out of Southwind High School in Memphis, Tennessee, Williams chose Oregon over Indiana, LSU, Ole Miss and Tennessee. He was a four-star prospect by 247Sports as he was the No. 252 overall prospect in the nation, No. 20 defensive tackle and No. 6 player in Tennessee. - Register Guard


(DS#999 DT) rJr/2024 DT Kristian WilliamsOregon
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  05/06/22 - Casey RogersrJr/2024, Oregon, 6-4, 295 (DS#999 DT) + More +

  Casey Rogers is headed to Oregon. He'll find at least two familiar faces there. Rogers, the former Nebraska defensive lineman, entered the transfer portal two weeks ago. Wednesday, the 6-foot-5, 295-pound senior announced via social media that his new team will be the Oregon Ducks. Tony Tuioti, who coached Nebraska's defensive linemen from 2019 to 2021, took over in December at Oregon in the same role. Jordon Riley, a reserve defensive lineman on last season's Husker team, in January announced his transfer to the Ducks. Rogers was expected to be one of Nebraska's stalwarts on the defensive interior alongside Ty Robinson this fall.

Rogers missed the first five games of the 2021 season with a knee injury suffered in preseason camp and then aggravated that same knee on one of the final snaps of the 2021 season against Iowa. That caused Rogers to miss spring ball, but he was tracking toward being healthy this summer and a starting role in the fall. A native of Syracuse, New York, Rogers has played in 19 games over the past three years for the Huskers. He played in four games in the 2019 season as a redshirt freshman, then appeared in all eight during the shortened 2020 campaign. He entered the portal with 42 tackles (6½ for loss) and 1½ sacks to his name to go along with a pair of passes defensed. - Lincoln Journal Star


(DS#999 DT) rJr/2024 DT Casey RogersOregon
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  05/06/22 - Daymon DavidSo/2025, Oregon, 6-1, 186 (DS#999 FS) + More +

  Oregon safety and defensive back Daymon David has entered the transfer portal. On3 Sports' Matt Zenitz was the first to report David's decision to enter the portal. A former four-star safety from Baltimore, Maryland, David joined the Ducks in the class of 2021. He was a four-star recruit and ranked as the No. 15 safety in the country, according to the 247Sports Composite ranking. David played in nine games for the Ducks last season. He recorded three tackles as a freshman. Injuries hindered David during his season at Oregon. He suffered an injury in the team's game against Colorado. David would also suffer another undisclosed injury in the Alamo Bowl that kept him from participating during spring practices. David is the second player to leave the Oregon program this week joining Kristian Williams, who entered the portal Tuesday - Register Guard

(DS#999 FS) So/2025 FS Daymon DavidOregon
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  05/05/22 - Kristian WilliamsrJr/2024, Oregon, 6-2, 285 (DS#999 DT) + More +

  Oregon defensive tackle Kristian Williams has entered the transfer portal. Williams was not in attendance during Oregon's spring practices and the spring game last month. When asked about Williams' status, Oregon coach Dan Lanning said he was "away from the program." Last season, Williams played in all 14 games and had 16 tackles and one pass break up. He finishes his Oregon career with 25 tackles and a tackle for loss. Williams will have three years of eligibility remaining as he redshirted during the 2019 season and he is using the NCAA's one-time waiver due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.

Coming out of Southwind High School in Memphis, Tennessee, Williams chose Oregon over Indiana, LSU, Ole Miss and Tennessee. He was a four-star prospect by 247Sports as he was the No. 252 overall prospect in the nation, No. 20 defensive tackle and No. 6 player in Tennessee. Williams was also the No. 27 defensive tackle nationally and the No. 13 prospect in the state in the 247Sports composite rating. - Register Guard


(DS#999 DT) rJr/2024 DT Kristian WilliamsOregon
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  05/05/22 - Casey RogersrJr/2024, Oregon, 6-4, 295 (DS#999 DT) + More +

  Casey Rogers is headed to Oregon. He'll find at least two familiar faces there. Rogers, the former Nebraska defensive lineman, entered the transfer portal two weeks ago. Wednesday, the 6-foot-5, 295-pound senior announced via social media that his new team will be the Oregon Ducks. Tony Tuioti, who coached Nebraska's defensive linemen from 2019 to 2021, took over in December at Oregon in the same role. Jordon Riley, a reserve defensive lineman on last season's Husker team, in January announced his transfer to the Ducks. Rogers was expected to be one of Nebraska's stalwarts on the defensive interior alongside Ty Robinson this fall. Rogers missed the first five games of the 2021 season with a knee injury suffered in preseason camp and then aggravated that same knee on one of the final snaps of the 2021 season against Iowa. That caused Rogers to miss spring ball, but he was tracking toward being healthy this summer and a starting role in the fall. - Lincoln Journal Star

(DS#999 DT) rJr/2024 DT Casey RogersOregon
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  05/04/22 - MarKeise IrvingSo/2025, Oregon, 5-08, 190 (DS#999 RB) + More +

  Minnesota Golden Gophers running back Mar'Keise Irving announced on Twitter that he is transferring to Oregon. As a freshman last season, Irving led Minnesota with 966 all-purpose yards. He also rushed for 699 yards (ranked 12th in the Big Ten) and four touchdowns on 133 carries. Before his time at Minnesota, Irving was a star at Hillcrest High School in Country Club Hills, Illinois, as had 3,264 rushing yards and 587 receiving yards. In his final year in high school, Irving rushed for 1,733 yards and 22 touchdowns as he was a four-star recruit, according to 247Sports. Irving will join a loaded Oregon backfield with four other scholarship running backs on its roster. Byron Cardwell and Sean Dollars participated with the Ducks this spring. Oregon will also have 2022 commit Jordan James joining the team in June. - Register Guard

(DS#999 RB) So/2025 RB MarKeise IrvingOregon
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  04/24/22 - Brandon DorlusrJr/2024, Oregon, 6-2, 284 (DS#11 DE) + More +

  Now that Thibodeaux is no longer with the Ducks program, the team will need a new leader on the defensive line. The good news for Oregon is that it has many talented players at the defensive end and line positions. Brandon Dorlus could be the player who fills Thibodeaux's footsteps as he finished with 25 tackles, 7.5 tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks last season. Oregon also has Popo Aumavae, who was a Coaches Pac-12 All-Conference honorable mention last season as he finished the season with 36 tackles and three tackles for loss. The good news is the Ducks won their biggest game of the 2021 season without Thibodeaux as they defeated Ohio State 35-28 in Week 2. - Register Guard

(DS#11 DE) rJr/2024 DE Brandon DorlusOregon
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  04/23/22 - Jaylon ReddrSr/2022, Oregon, 5-08, 170 (DS#999 WR) + More +

  Former Oregon Ducks wide receiver Jaylon Redd expected to spend the past four months rehabilitating his fractured foot and preparing for next week's NFL draft. Instead, what should have been an exciting time in his life, filled with promise and hope, was spent contending with dread and uncertainty. Last December, Redd was diagnosed with a cancerous tumor on his pancreas. The news shocked the Redd family, especially given Jaylon's youth and excellent health. "I would not wish it on anybody," said his father, Fred Redd. "It was the toughest thing I've been through as a dad." But after successful surgery in January, Redd, 23, has been working his way back into physical condition in hopes that his NFL dreams might resume. "I'm feeling good," Redd said. "I'm ready to get back into it. I'm ready to go. My hope is for somebody to give me an opportunity." Stunned by the news was former Oregon offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead, now the head coach at Akron. Even Moorhead didn't know what Redd had been going through but felt confident that if anyone could recover from such adversity to get back onto the field and succeed, it would be Redd. "From a pure mentality standpoint, if there's ever a kid that I've been around who can overcome this type of adversity and is equipped to do it because of his mental toughness, it would be Jaylon," Moorhead said. - The Oregonian

(DS#999 WR) rSr/2022 WR Jaylon ReddOregon
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  04/23/22 - Casey RogersrJr/2024, Oregon, 6-4, 295 (DS#999 DT) + More +

  Nebraska's depth on the defensive line is already a question mark and now one of its most productive players is testing the transfer market. Senior Casey Rogers entered his name into the NCAA's transfer portal on Wednesday afternoon, multiple sources confirmed to the Journal Star. Reached by the Journal Star on Wednesday afternoon, Rogers declined to elaborate on his decision. The 6-foot-5, 295-pounder was expected to be one of the Huskers' stalwarts on the defensive interior alongside Ty Robinson this fall. He missed the first five games of the 2021 season with a knee injury suffered in preseason camp and then aggravated that same knee on one of the final snaps of the season against Iowa on Black Friday. That caused Rogers to miss spring ball, but he was tracking toward being healthy this summer and a starting role in the fall. It's easily the most surprising portal entry of the offseason for Nebraska. - Journal Star

(DS#999 DT) rJr/2024 DT Casey RogersOregon
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  04/23/22 - Steve Stephens IVrSr/2023, Oregon, 5-11, 197 (DS#7 SS) + More +

  Nearly six months since his 2021 season ended, Steve Stephens IV is expecting to see the field again at Autzen Stadium The Oregon Ducks safety injured his right hamstring during the win over Colorado on Oct. 30 and missed the remainder of the season, finishing the year with 33 tackles, with two for loss, and a pass breakup. Stephens was limited to begin spring practice but has increased his level of participation and took reps with the second-team defense on Tuesday. He expects to play during Saturday's spring game (1 p.m., Pac-12 Network). "Soft tissue injury, we wanted to take our time with it," Stephens said. "For the most part I'm back, you see I'm out there flying around...You'll see me in the spring game for sure." Stephens is still getting treatment for the leg injury and has increased his strength and mobility. The coaching staff has built up his workload from individual drills to now a steady amount of snaps with the secondary and entire defense. - The Oregonian

(DS#7 SS) rSr/2023 SS Steve Stephens IVOregon
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  04/23/22 - Justin FlowerSo/2025, Oregon, 6-1, 246 (DS#999 ILB) + More +

  Justin Flowe is steadily increasing his workload as Oregon begins its final full week of spring practice. The Ducks inside linebacker took reps with the second-team defense on Tuesday, his first work during an 11-on-11 period when viewing was open to the media. It's still being determined if the third-year freshman linebacker will play during Saturday's spring game (1 p.m., Pac-12 Network). "He's eager to get to work," Oregon coach Dan Lanning said. "He has an infectious personality and an enthusiasm in the way he approach(es) every day, he knows he's got a long ways to go. We're going to continue to chart his progress and see what it looks like as he moves forward, but definitely fun to see him out there." Flowe has been recovering from a season-ending right foot injury he suffered against Fresno State on Sept. 4, when he had 14 tackles and forced a fumble. - The Oregonian

(DS#999 ILB) rSo/2025 ILB Justin FloweOregon
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  04/21/22 - Jonah MillerrFr/2026, Oregon, 6-5, 260 (DS#999 OG) + More +

  The Oregon Ducks lost another player to the transfer portal Monday morning. Jonah Miller, who was an offensive lineman last season before playing on the defensive side this spring, has entered the transfer portal, according to a source close to the football program. On3 Sports first reported the news of Miller's transfer. Coming out of Salpointe Catholic High in Tuscon, Arizona, Miller was a consensus 2021 four-star recruit and a top-300 player overall by ESPN (No. 265) and the 247Sports Composite (No. 282). He was also a top-20 offensive guard by 247Sports (No. 15) and the 247Sports Composite (No. 16) while ranking in the top 30 among tackles by ESPN (No. 24) and Rivals (No. 28). Miller is the third Oregon player to transfer this month. Offensive linemen Jaylan Jeffers and Jonathan Denis both recently entered the transfer portal. - Register Guard

(DS#999 OG) rFr/2026 OG Jonah MillerOregon
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  03/07/22 - *Mykael WrightrSo/2022, Oregon, 5-11, 181 (DS#22 CB) + More +

  Mykael Wright wasn't dead set on declaring for the NFL draft during the season, but a productive year combined with Mario Cristobal's departure for Miami solidified his decision. "If I would've stayed this would've been my third (defensive coordinator) in four years and my third corner coach in four years," Wright said. "It was a change, so why not if change is coming I can go through a change and further my career in the NFL. During the season I wasn't 100% sure about declaring, but when Cristobal left it kind of made the decision a little easier." Wright had 65 tackles, three tackles for loss, four pass breakups, an interception and a forced fumble last season. He also returned 12 kickoffs for an average of 27.7 yards and wants to continue being a kick returner and possibly punt returner in the NFL. - The Oregonian

(DS#22 CB) rSo/2022 CB *Mykael WrightOregon
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  12/31/22 - Brandon DorlusrJr/2024, Oregon, 6-2, 284 (DS#11 DE) + More +

  2021 ALL-PAC-12 FIRST TEAM (COACHES): DL Brandon Dorlus, So., Oregon,...T.J. Bass, Brandon Dorlus, Verone McKinley III, Noah Sewell and Kayvon Thibodeaux were all selected to the first team by the conference's coaches, giving Oregon the second-most first-team selections in the league. The five first-team honorees are the most for the program since the Ducks had five in 2015. Oregon leads the conference with four first-team defensive selections, the most in program history. - Oregon Football

(DS#11 DE) rJr/2024 DE Brandon DorlusOregon
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  12/31/22 - Alex ForsythrSr/2023, Oregon, 6-3, 303 (DS#3 C) + More +

  2021 ALL-PAC-12 SECOND TEAM (COACHES): OL Alex Forsyth, Jr., Oregon,...Alex Forsyth and Camden Lewis both landed on the second team; Oregon's seven selections between the first and second teams are third-most in the conference. - Oregon Football

(DS#3 C) rSr/2023 C Alex ForsythOregon
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