|High School:||American Canyon HS|
2015 — Injuries sidelined one of Oregon's most experienced defensive backs for eight games midway through the year, limiting him to 22 tackles (17 unassisted) in five appearances . . . Jumped out to a great start in the opener against Eastern Washington, taking part in 104 plays while posting a career-high nine tackles (7 solo) . . . Also added an interception in the red zone in the second quarter . . . Recovered to play in the final three games of the season, recording six tackles while taking part in 97 snaps in the post-season vs. TCU . . . Returned to health in the spring, posting four tackles in the Spring Game, and expected to rebound to provide experienced depth in the secondary.
2014 — Proved to be an integral part of Oregon’s secondary, particularly in the postseason when his mentor was lost for the remainder of the year with a leg injury . . . Started in three of his 15 appearances, including two of the program's biggest stages of the year against Florida State in the Rose Bowl and Ohio State in the National Championship . . . The Ducks' seventh-highest returnee in terms of returning tacklers finished with 33 stops, six of which occurred while covering kickoffs . . . Combined for 13 of his takedowns in starting roles over the course of his final two games of the years, posting a career-high seven tackles against the Buckeyes . . . Broke up four passes on the year in addition to recording one tackle-for-loss in the CFP finals . . . Forced a fumble in a win at Utah in addition to claiming three tackles . . . Tallied four tackles in two different games - both in wins over South Dakota and UCLA . . . Refined his leadership role during the off-season while accumulating five tackles in the 2015 Spring Game, sharing top honors with four solo stops.
2013 — Demonstrated the talent to move into the rotation in the secondary in 2014 after exhibiting solid skills on the scout team during his redshirt year . . . Was credited with three tackles and broke up one pass in the 2014 Spring Game.
BEFORE OREGON — Despite spending the majority of his senior season playing safety and wide receiver, he possesses the cover skills to thrive at cornerback . . . Was credited with 92 tackles (67 unassisted) in 2012 as well as broke up 10 passes, intercepted two others, forced two fumbles and recovered one loose football . . . Also caught 28 passes for 608 yards (21.7-yard average) and 11 touchdowns in addition to carrying the ball six times for 93 yards and one score . . . Emerged as the team’s punter a year ago after boasting an average of 41.42 yards on 26 kicks (1,077 yards) . . . Awarded three stars by Rivals.com in addition to being named the Vallejo Times Herald Defensive Player of the Year and a MaxPrep Division II second-team all-state defender . . . Named the Wolves’ most valuable player for a program that posted an 11-2 record under head coach Ian MacMillan as a senior . . . Pulled down 26 catches for 756 yards and nine touchdowns in addition to returning 10 kickoffs for 280 yards and one TD his junior year . . . Also made his presence felt on the defensive side of the ball, tallying 73 tackles (56 unassisted), four interceptions for 172 yards and one score . . . Validated his role by garnering Newcomer-of-the-Year honors on the 2011 all-Napa County team.
PERSONAL — Major: Sociology.
SEISAY'S CAREER BESTSAll-purpose yards: 4, Eastern Washington, 09/05/15
Interception: 1, Eastern Washington, 09/05/15
Long Interception return: 4, Eastern Washington, 09/05/15
Tackles: 9, Eastern Washington, 09/05/15 (7-2)
Tackles for loss: 1.0, vs Ohio State, 01/12/15 (1-0); Eastern Washington, 09/05/15 (1-0)
Fumbles forced: 1, at Utah, 11/08/14
Pass breakups: 1, 5 times