|Hometown:||West Linn, Ore.|
|High School:||West Linn HS|
2015 — Brings a wealth of experience to the table, stepping onto the field for all 13 games including starting assignments at left guard in wins at Washington and Arizona State . . . Was accountable for more than 30 plays on five occasions throughout the year . . . Logged a career-high 83 plays while facing the Huskies and responded with 55 snaps in the Alamo Bowl . . . Possesses the flexibility to play either side of the center of the line as well as both guard and tackle.
2014 — Logging playing time as a reserve along the offensive front line in eight games as a redshirt freshman, he accumulated 44 of his 63 snaps the latter half of the season . . . Yet enjoyed a season-best 18 plays in the third game of the season vs. Wyoming . . . Provided depth to a unit besieged by injuries and in position to benefit from the added experience acquired from another season and spring in the program.
2013 — Attracted positive reviews during his redshirt year for his contributions on the Ducks’ scout team and figures to make his way into the offensive line rotation in the future.
BEFORE OREGON — The four-year letterman stands as one of the more decorated offensive linemen in a deep contingent of signees in the trenches for the Ducks . . . The four-star standout according to ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.com was included among the nation’s elite on the ESPN300 listing as the No. 9 offensive guard in the country . . . Selected to play in the 2013 Under-Armour All-America game as only Oregon’s second athlete chosen to participate . . . One of the state’s top two college prospects (Rivals.com) was a two-time first-team all-Three Rivers League honoree . . . The Lions’ 2012 success was hampered due to his five-game absence due to injuries as the school finished the year with a 4-7 record under head coach Mike Fanger and an opening-round elimination from the Class 6A state playoffs . . . Earned honorable mention all-state acclaim following his junior year . . . Older brother, Dallen, was a walk-on tight end at Oregon during the 2010 and 2011 seasons.
PERSONAL — Major: General Social Science.