|City/State:||North Pole, Alaska|
|High School:||North Pole HS|
2011 — Appeared in four games … Recipient of the team’s defensive scout team player of the year … Four-time scout team player of the week, once on offense and three times on special teams … Finished fourth among wideouts in both the electronic 20-yard (2.87 seconds) and 40-yard dash (4.76 seconds) during winter conditioning.
2010 — Scout team player of the year on offense … Made his collegiate debut in win vs. Portland State … Ranked second at his position with a 295-lb. bench press during winter testing.
Member of the scout team during his redshirt campaign.
BEFORE OREGON — Was a first-team all-conference athlete at six different positions including running back, wide receiver, kicker, punter, defensive back and kick returner during his time as a Patriot … An all-state running back and defensive back his senior year … Rushed the ball 117 times for 1,020 yards and six touchdowns … Accumulated 41 tackles, three interceptions and a forced fumble on defense … Punted 23 times with a long of 51 and an average of 34.2 yards … Six kick returns with a long of 92 yards … Led his team to an 8-0 conference title before losing the state championship game to Service HS … Team MVP as a senior … Four-sport letterman … Was the conference’s top scorer in soccer in 2007 … Also ran track and played basketball.
PERSONAL — Born Dane Ebanez in Fairbanks, Alaska. Parents: Scot and Karen Ebanez. Family: Two sisters. High School (Coach) North Pole (Rich Henert), 2009. Major: Human Physiology. Redshirt: 2009.
•Offensive Scout Team Award