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Dwayne Stanford
Player Profile:
Dwayne Stanford 823798
Position: Wide Receiver
Height: 6'5"
Weight: 205
Year: Redshirt Senior
City/State: Cincinnati, Ohio
High School: Taft HS
Experience: 3 Letters

Season Stats Career Stats

2015 – The nine-game starter finished the year as Oregon's third-leading receiver, grabbing 30 passes for 463 yards and five touchdowns . . . Enjoyed one his most productive outings in the season-opening win over Eastern Washington while taking part in a collegiate-high 80 snaps, catching three aerials for a team-high 90 yards in the first half, including a 46-yard reception . . .  Hauled in his first touchdown catch of the season against Georgia State, followed by scoring receptions vs. Arizona State (2), California, and USC . . . Logged his most catches of the year against Oregon State (5), and added four grabs against the Sun Devils and Trojans . . . Manufactured his most memorable moments in the closing seconds in Tempe, pulling down an 8-yard catch in the back of the end zone with 12 seconds remaining to send the game with Arizona State into overtime . . . He followed with a 25-yard scoring grab on the first play of the extra period that provided the Ducks with a brief lead in their three-overtime win . . . Caught passes in 11 of 13 appearances, with five of his catches looming 25 yards or longer . . . Missed all of the 2016 spring workouts while recovering from off-season surgery but expected back at full strength for the start of fall camp.

2014  Started 13 of the 14 games in which he appeared and emerged as one of team’s primary receivers following a year on the sidelines . . . Finished second on the team in catches (43) and tied for runner-up honors in touchdown grabs (6) while he was fourth in receiving yards (639) . . . Averaging 14.9 yards per catch, proved to be one of the Ducks’ most reliable possession receivers as 29 of his receptions accounted for either first downs or touchdowns . . . Snagged his longest catch of his career less than 2 minutes into his sophomore season, sporting a 62-yard scoring aerial against South Dakota . . . Best statistical game of his career came in a win against California, notching career highs in receptions (6), yards (103) and touchdowns (2) . . . Recorded receptions in 13 games and latched onto multiple catches in 12 of them . . . Caught five passes on two occasions; in a win against Washington (55 yards, 1 touchdown) and a victory over Oregon State (76 yards) . . . Hauled in two passes for a pair of touchdowns – tying a career high – in a triumph at Utah . . . Certainly held his own amongst a crowded field at his position during spring drills despite catching only one football for 11 yards in brief action during the 2015 Spring Game.

2013 — A preseason injury contributed to the decision for a redshirt year . . . Demonstrated ability to contribute as a true freshman the previous year as well as part of the 2013 scout team . . . Caught three passes for 14 yards and garnered a 17-yard run in the 2014 Spring Game.

2012 —  Appearing in all 13 games, caught  passes in each of first four outings… Completed first year with 11 catches for 106 yards in addition to picking up 8 yards on the ground at Arizona State … Hauled in team-high five catches for 41 yards in win vs. Arizona … Also grabbed pair of receptions vs. Arkansas State, Fresno State and Tennessee Tech . . . Opened his collegiate career with a pair of catches in each of his first three games, topped by 25 yards in receptions vs. Tennessee Tech … Second among receivers with 35-inch vertical leap.

BEFORE OREGON — Competed in the 2012 U.S. Army All-American game … Caught 32 passes for 720 yards and nine touchdowns as a senior, averaging 22.5 yards per catch … Named all-Ohio Division III first-team offense at receiver … Caught 44 balls for 865 yards and nine touchdowns during junior campaign, helping team win Cincinnati Metro Athletic Conference league championship  … Selected CMAC Offensive Player of the Year and all-Ohio first-team receiver as a junior … Also a standout basketball player for the Senators, helped lead the team to a 26-1 mark and the OHSAA Division 3 title in 2011.

PERSONAL — Parents: Dwayne and Yvette Stanford. Family: Two sisters. High School (Coach): Taft (Mike Martin), 2012. Major: Sociology.

Points scored: 12 [t-58th], at Arizona State, 10/29/15; at Utah, 11/08/14; vs California, 10/24/14
Touchdowns: 2, at Arizona State 10/29/15; at Utah, 11/08/14; vs California, 10/24/14
Rush yards: 8, at Arizona State, 10/18/12 (0 carries)
Receptions: 6, vs California, 10/24/14
Receiving yards: 103, vs California, 10/24/14 (6 receptions)
Receiving TDs: 2, at Arizona State, 10/29/15; at Utah, 11/08/14; vs California, 10/24/14
Long reception: 62, South Dakota, 08/30/14
Total offense yards: 8, at Arizona State, 10/18/12 (8 rush,0 pass)
All-purpose yards: 103, vs California, 10/24/14
Tackles: 1, vs Ohio State, 01/12/15 (0-1)

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