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#24 Thomas Tyner
Position: Running Back
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 215
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Aloha, Ore.
High School: Aloha HS
Experience: 1 Letter
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Season Stats Career Stats

2014 — Started the first three games of the year, running for a season-high 58 yards vs. Wyoming . . . Carried the football 13 times against Michigan State while scoring his lone touchdown of the year against the Spartans . . . Averaged a season-best 5.8 yards per carry vs. the Coyotes in addition to grabbing a trio of catches in the season opener . . . Added a best of 16 receiving yards against the Cowboys . . . Leads Oregon in kickoff returns with his quintet of attempts resulting in 106 yards (21.2 avg.).

2013 — Named first-team true freshman All-America by 247Sports and second-team freshman All-America by Athlons and College Football News . . . Played in 12 of 13 games and finished third on the team in rushing with 711 yards (6.2 yards per carry) and nine touchdowns  . . . Also caught 14 passes for 134 yards to finish with 845 all-purpose yards . . . Enjoyed his first career 100-yard game in the regular-season finale, rushing for a team-high 140 yards and one TD vs. Oregon State, yet came close on several other occasions. . . Was credited with 99 yards and two scores against Washington State – including a 66-yard gain which represented the Ducks’ longest 2013 run from scrimmage by a running back – and 94 yards and one touchdown vs. California . . . His 141 all-purpose yards in win over the Cougars also represented his collegiate best as he averaged 14.1 yards each time he touched the ball . . . Found his way into the end zone in seven games, including twice in his collegiate debut at Virginia . . . Encountered his most extensive play of the season in the season’s final three games, including 51 snaps in the Civil War . . . Led all rushers with 58 yards in the 2014 Spring Game in addition to catching two passes for 26 yards and one score.

BEFORE OREGON — The first-team Parade and USA Today All-American ranked 12th among all players by Scout.com and the nation’s No. 2 running back by SI.com . . . The five-star prospect and two-time 6A OSAA state offensive player of the year ran for a single-season state-record 3,415 yards his senior year, eclipsing a six-year-old standard . . . Accumulated state records of 643 yards rushing and 10 TDs in an 84-63 win over Lakeridge, which included four carries of 60 yards or more . . . Credited with 43 of his 47 touchdowns on the ground while averaging 11.4 yards per carry . . . Also caught six passes for 106 yards (17.7) and two scores . . . Surpassed the 300-yard plateau in six of 11 appearances his senior year while posting a season-long 94-yard run in the opening round of the state playoffs vs. Glencoe . . . Contributed five touchdowns in each of the wins over Thurston, Beaverton and Glencoe, with the Warriors recording an 8-3 ledger under head coach Chris Casey. . . Added kickoff returns for scores of 85 and 70 yards in the second-round playoff loss to West Salem . . . Led the West Team in rushing in the 2013 U.S. Army All-America Bowl with 14 yards on four carries . . . Tallied 6,796 career rushing yards, which ranks fourth all-time in state history . . . Ran for 1,821 and 19 TDs for the 2010 state champions to become Oregon’s first sophomore to earn the state’s largest division player-of-the-year accolades . . . Completed junior year rushing for 1,136 yards despite missing six games . . . Also an accomplished track & field standout, establishing the 100-meter state record of 10.43 as a sophomore . . . Was clocked in 10.35 in the 2011 Metro League Championships.


TYNER’S CAREER BESTS
Points scored: 12, at Virginia, 09/07/13; Washington State, 10/19/13
Touchdowns: 2, at Virginia, 09/07/13; Washington State, 10/19/13
Rush attempts: 22, Oregon State, 11/29/2013
Rush yards: 140, Oregon State, 11/29/2013 (22 carries)
Rush TDs: 2, at Virginia, 09/07/13; Washington State, 10/19/13
Long run: 66, Washington State, 10/19/13
Receptions: 3, Washington State, 10/19/13; at Arizona, 11/23/13; South Dakota, 8-30-14
Receiving yards: 42, Washington State, 10/19/13 (3 receptions)
Long reception: 23, at Colorado, 10/05/13
All-purpose yards: 141, Washington State, 10/19/13

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