2011 — Cleared 34.5 inches in the vertical leap to top all running backs … Carried the ball 11 times for 35 yards while also hauling in a seven-yard pass for the Green Team in the spring game.
A member of the travel squad during his redshirt season … Arrived on campus in June and started classes summer term.
BEFORE OREGON —
Played for head coach Bryce Monsen at Temple High School of the 5A Region II District 12 League … District 12-5A Newcomer of the Year in 2007-08 … Two-time U.S. Army All-American Player of the Week … Finished his high school career with 4,127 yards and 52 touchdowns … APSE Class 5A second-team all-state selection in 2009 … As a senior, rushed for 1,174 yards and 15 touchdowns … As a junior, rushed 171 times for 1,541 yards and 14 touchdowns … As a sophomore, rushed 130 times for 1,532 yards and 22 touchdowns as Temple won a district title … On the track, had personal bests of 10.33 (100) and 21-8 (long jump) during his prep track career … Clocked at 10.64 in the 100 meters as a sophomore and won the district meet that same year with a time of 10.77 … Broke three Temple High records – 100, 400 and long jump – as a 13-year-old eighth-grader … A five-star recruit, the No. 20 prospect at any position and the No. 4 running back in the country by Scout.com … A five-star prospect and the nation’s No. 3 running back by Rivals.com … Member of the Rivals100 … A four-star prospect and the No 6 running back in the country by ESPN.com … The No. 2 player at any position in the country and No. 1 running back by Tom Lemming at MaxPreps.com … Member of the SN100 as the No. 4 overall player and No. 2 running back by The Sporting News.
Lache J. Seastrunk on July 29, 1991 in Temple, Texas. Parent: Evelyn
Seastrunk. Family: One sister. High School (Coach): Temple, 2010.
Intended Major: Mass Media.