|High School:||Saugus HS|
2011 — Appeared in first two games before being sidelined with injury … Made first career start at right guard in the season opener vs. LSU … Shared team honors of most inspirational player with defensive back Eddie Pleasant … Tested well in the speed and agility drills during winter conditioning, finishing fourth among offensive linemen in the electronic 10-yard (1.93 seconds) and 20-yard dash (3.22) and “L” Run (7.86).
UO’s number two reserve on the offensive line for the bulk of the season, played in all but one game … Had five games of 18 or more snaps including a career-best 48 vs. Portland State … Played a key role in win at Cal after Darrion Weems went down with injury.
2009 — Appeared in three games, including a season-high 10 snaps vs. Washington State … Also played vs. California and Washington.
2008 — Saw first collegiate action vs. Utah State … Special teams scout team player of the week leading up to win vs. Arizona.
2007 — Redshirt season.
BEFORE OREGON — Recognized as a scholar-athlete by the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame … Two-time all-Area and all-Foothill League performer for the Centurions.
PERSONAL — Born Ramsen Golpashin in Culver City, Calif. Parents: John and Miriam Golpashin. Family: One brother. High School (Coach) Saugus (Jason Bornn) 2007. Major: Business Administration. Redshirt: 2007.
HONORS AND AWARDS
•Second team Pac-10 all-Academic