|High School:||Rocky Mountain HS|
2015 — Came off the bench to provide depth in the defensive secondary in all 13 games in addition to covering kicks as a special teams mainstay, increasing his productivity as the year wore on . . . Logged 35 or more plays on four occasions, with three of them taking place the second half of the season . . . Capped the year with a personal-best seven tackles (5 solo) in the season finale vs. TCU . . . Added a pair of unassisted tackles and one interception in the win over California while recovering a fumble against Washington State . . . Was credited with an assisted tackle on special teams in his collegiate debut vs. Eastern Washington in addition to recovering an on-sides kick ... Contributed four tackles against Washington and USC while participating in a season-high 57 plays on the latter occasion . . . Registered four of his five tackles unassisted in the 2016 Spring Game.
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.
BEFORE OREGON — Included on Scout.com’s final 2014 West Top 150 ledger after the two-time All-Idaho selection was singled out as the 5A Southern Idaho Conference’s Defensive Player of the Year following his senior season . . . Was credited with 10 tackles-for-loss and seven quarterback sacks among his 62 tackles as a safety and linebacker to help the Grizzlies claim a share of the conference championship under head coach Scott Criner . . . School lost to Highland in the semifinals of the 5A state championships to finish 2013 with a 10-3 record . . . Contributed 75 tackles (43 unassisted), five TFLs, two interceptions and broke up seven passes as a junior to help team lead the conference in total defense . . . Also played major role in pacing Meridian to the 2013 5A state track & field title, placing first in the 110 hurdles (season-best 14.21), second in the triple jump (season-best 46-02.50) and sixth in the long jump (21-06.50).
PERSONAL — Family: One brother, one sister. High School: Rocky Mountain, 2014. Major: Undeclared.
OLIVER'S CAREER BESTS
Kick returns: 1, Eastern Washington, 09/05/15
Interceptions: 1, California, 11/07/15
Tackles: 7, vs TCU, 01/02/16 (5-2)
Tackles for loss: .5, Georgia State, 09/19/15 (0-0)
Fumbles recovered: 1 [t-4th], Washington State, 10/10/15
Pass breakups: 1, Oregon State, 11/27/15