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Name: Alex Forsyth 
College: Oregon     Number: 78
Height: 6-3   Weight: 303
Position: C  Pos2: OG
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2023

40 Low: 5.12
   40 Time: 5.24
  40 High: 5.35
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Height: 6032
Weight: 303

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: POutland...2020: 2ndC

 Alex Forsyth, Oregon, Player News

  09/14/21 - C Alex ForsythrJr/2023, Oregon, 6-3, 303 (DS#8 C) + More +

  SEPT 13 PAC-12 OFFENSIVE LINEMAN OF THE WEEK: Alex Forsyth, Jr., C, Oregon (West Linn, OR),...Helped pave the way for Oregon to run for 269 yards, including 7.1 yards per carry, in Oregon's historic win at then #3 Ohio State. Most rushing yards by any team against Ohio State in Ohio Stadium since November 22, 2014. Ducks had 505 yards of total offense...Led Oregon with a whopping 6 knockdowns and did not allow a sack, hurry or pressure all game while recording a terrific 82.3 pass-blocking grade by Pro Football Focus...Finished with a 70.3 total blocking grade by PFF while playing all 75 offensive snaps at center...Has not allowed a sack, hurry, or pressure in 145 snaps to start the season...First Oregon player to win this award since T.J. Bass won it in November 2020. The Ducks won the award the first 2 weeks of last season, with Ryan Walk winning it in Week One. Also nominated: Kellen Diesch, LT, Arizona State; Joshua Gray, OL, Oregon State; Abe Lucas, OT, Washington State. - Pac-12 Conference Football

(DS#8 C) rJr/2023 C Alex ForsythOregon
News Source: Pac-12 Conference Football
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  07/31/21 - C Alex ForsythrJr/2023, Oregon, 6-3, 303 (DS#8 C) + More +

  Alex Forsyth enters his second season as Oregon's center with high expectations and he's planning on being around a while. The fifth-year junior, who was named first team preseason all-Pac-12 and is on the watch lists for the Rimington and Outland trophies, intends to return to Oregon for his sixth season of college football in 2022. "I already told (offensive line) coach (Alex) Mirabal I plan to come back for a sixth year just because I haven't played a whole lot," Forsyth said. "I just started seven games so far and whatever happens this year. I love college football and it's my dream to play here so I'm going to focus on right now playing for them." He is planning on earning his Master's degree in brand responsibility, a one-year program at UO that several athletes, including Sabrina Ionescu and Haley Cruse, have earned degrees in over the last few years. - The Oregonian

(DS#8 C) rJr/2023 C Alex ForsythOregon
News Source: The Oregonian
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  07/30/21 - C Alex ForsythrJr/2023, Oregon, 6-3, 303 (DS#8 C) + More +

  Oregon's Alex Forsyth earned his second preseason watch list recognition. Oregon's center is among the 80 players on the watch list for the Outland Trophy, which is presented annually to the nation's best interior lineman. Forsyth, who was named to the Rimington Trophy watch list last week, led the Ducks with 440 offensive snaps while allowing just one sack and four total pressures on 231 pass-blocking downs in 2020. - The Oregonian

(DS#8 C) rJr/2023 C Alex ForsythOregon
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  05/19/21 - C Alex ForsythrJr/2023, Oregon, 6-3, 303 (DS#8 C) + More +

  Forsyth took over as the starter in the spring of 2020 and hasn't looked back. He makes the protection calls up front for a group that allowed 11 sacks over seven games, which ranked 29th nationally. Considering Oregon's entire line was new starters, that's an impressive debut albeit in a shortened season. However, there is room for improvement for the group. The Ducks didn't face three of the top five teams in the Pac-12 in sacks last season and their run protection is an area of emphasis this offseason. "We always say five men, one mind," Forsyth said. "You got to be on the same page. Whether I'm making the call the tackle has got to know why is he making that call versus what front. Everybody's got to know the holistic picture of everything if we want to be five minds as one. I think that's a big thing we're trying to emphasize this spring, five guys got to play as one. That's when we're most powerful."

Forsyth is a critical piece for Oregon to improve in those areas in 2021 and also in aiding Jonathan Denis and Jackson Powers-Johnson while they serve with the second and third-teams. Mario Cristobal's take..."Alex Forsyth, of course as a leader because he's a guy that's started for us. Dawson Jaramillo has done a really good job...The young guys still continuing to shine; Jonathan Denis, I got to single him out because he's jumped in there, him and Marcus Harper, at multiple positions and they are playing hard for playing time." - The Oregonian


(DS#8 C) rJr/2023 C Alex ForsythOregon
News Source: The Oregonian
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  01/02/21 - C Alex ForsythrJr/2023, Oregon, 6-3, 303 (DS#8 C) + More +

  2020 ALL-PAC-12 CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM: OL Alex Forsyth, Jr., Oregon,...Oregon also placed a pair of players on the all-conference second team. Cornerback Deommodore Lenoir earned his first second-team all-league award after claiming honorable mention honors in 2019. Center Alex Forsyth, a first-year starter, was a member of the second-team offense. - Oregon Football

(DS#8 C) rJr/2023 C Alex ForsythOregon
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  11/05/20 - C Alex ForsythrJr/2023, Oregon, 6-3, 303 (DS#8 C) + More +

  Entering his fourth season, Alex Forsyth is naturally one of Oregon's most veteran offensive linemen. He's also one of its most experienced. But those are relative terms for the Ducks this year as they replace the most experienced offensive line in the country, featuring Outland Trophy winner Penei Sewell, NFL Draft picks Shane Lemieux and Jake Hanson, undrafted free agents Calvin Throckmorton and Brady Aiello and starter Dallas Warmack. Forsyth is the vocal leader of the new starting five, significantly important since he's taking over at center, a position he's never played in a game. Yet only redshirt-senior Sam Poutasi has been at Oregon longer than Forsyth and only redshirt-sophomore Steven Jones has played more snaps, that's that's only 170 compared to 91.

"I think Alex would've started at probably every other school in the country last year," said Ryan Walk, his roommate and fellow offensive linemen. "He was ready to play and if we needed to call on him last year he was going to be absolutely ready to go. I think that's a testament to him as a person and as a player. "He prepares as hard or harder than every single person on this team every single week. Whether he was with the ones, twos or threes he was going into every single game like he needed to start and play 75 snaps. He's carried that over to this year where he's a guy now, he's a leader and he's stepped into that role really well. I think that's really important for our offensive line to have a guy like that." - The Oregonian


(DS#8 C) rJr/2023 C Alex ForsythOregon
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