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#63 Jon Teague
Position: Offensive Guard
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 290
Year: Senior
City/State: Portland, Ore.
High School: David Douglas HS
Experience: 1 Letter
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PERSONAL Born Boyd Jon Cooper Teague Jr., on May 16, 1986 in Portland, Ore. Parents: Jon and Colleen Teague. Family: Two brothers. High School (Coach): David Douglas (Dan Wood) 2004. Major: Business Administration. Redshirt: 2004.

2008  Completed his career as a four-year letterwinner ... First team Pac-10 academic all-conference ... Appeared in seven games, blocking for Oregon’s school-record rushing offense ... Played 20 or more snaps five times, including a season-high 37 at Washington State.

2007 Continued progress as an important reserve on the offensive line, appearing in a career-high nine games. On the field for a season-high 40 plays at Michigan. Saw 30 snaps vs. Washington State and 23 vs. Fresno State.

2006 Made appearances in seven games, logging more snaps (202) than any other reserve along the offensive line. Earned a pair of starting nods at left guard vs. Washington State and Portland State in the place of injured starter Josh Tschirgi. Named to Pac-10’s first-team academic all-conference contingent.

2005 Worked his way into the lineup on four occasions, including 12 snaps at Stanford. and 10 vs. Montana.

2004 Recognized for aiding preparations as scout team’s offensive player of the week leading up to the Arizona State game.

HIGH SCHOOL The two-time first-team Mt. Hood Conference on both offense and defense was named the league’s defensive player of the year his senior season. Also accorded second-team all-state honors (The Oregonian) on defense and third-team all-state status on offense for teams that claimed the conference championship in 2001 and 03. The school’s salutatorian and conference’s football scholar/athlete lineman award recipient also finished second in the conference’s wrestling championships (heavyweight) to help pace team to the 2004 league crown.

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