|High School:||Taft HS|
2011 — Recipient of the Bob Officer Award, presented to the player who excels in spite of physical adversity … 14-game starter at left tackle … Part of an offensive unit that ranked third in the nation in scoring, fifth in rushing and sixth in total offense … Tied for the second-best bench press (365 pounds) among offensive linemen during winter conditioning.
2010 — After starting the season as UO’s top reserve on the offensive line, appeared in 11 games, starting seven … Got the opening assignment at left tackle at Tennessee and vs. Portland State, Stanford, Washington and Auburn … Started at right tackle in road wins at Washington State and USC … Helped pave the way for the nation’s top running back and No. 4 rushing team overall … Part of an offensive line that contributed to the top scoring offense (47.0 points per game) and total offense (530.7) in the FBS while rolling up six games of 300 or more rushing yards … Ranked third among offensive linemen with a bench press of 360 lbs. during winter testing.
The reserve offensive lineman made first collegiate start against USC at left tackle … Started just one game in 2009 but played at least 20 snaps in 11 of 13 games … Played season-high 67 snaps against the Trojans.
2008 — Saw limited playing time behind a veteran offensive line, appearing in three games … Made his collegiate debut vs. Utah State, playing a season-high eight snaps … Also took the field at Oregon State and vs. Oklahoma State in the Holiday Bowl.
2007 — Utilized his redshirt year by improving his conditioning … Recognized as the team’s offensive scout team player of the week for his contributions leading up to the Arizona game.
BEFORE OREGON — Ranked among the top 20 players in the state by Rivals.com as well as one of the nation’s best offensive line prospects, the SuperPrep All-American and four-star honoree (Scout.com) was considered among the elite five offensive linemen in California … Paved the way for school that finished sixth in the Los Angeles City Section in scoring (369 points) and eighth in total offense (366.9 avg.) … Played his final two seasons for the Toreadors, who posted a 6-5 record in 2006 en route to second place in the West Valley League, after being displaced by Hurricane Katrina.PERSONAL — Born Darrion Anthony Weems. Parents: Stanley Weems and Paul and Toi Malbrough. Family: Four brothers and three sisters. High School (Coach): Taft (Troy Starr) 2007. Major: Political Science. Redshirt: 2007. Brother Eric played professional hockey.