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PERSONAL
Born Ryan William Loftin on Feb. 21, 1980 in Turlock, Calif. Wife: Andrea. Parents: Gary and Martha Loftin. Family: Three brothers, two sisters. High School (Coach): Hughson (Reyn Franca) 98. Major: Pre-Education. Redshirt: 1998.

HIGH SCHOOL
The honorable mention All-American (USA Today) accumulated 118 tackles and three quarterback sacks his senior year for a team which forged an unblemished 13-0 record. Included in defensive totals were three fumble recoveries, two blocked kicks and one tackle for a safety. Also caught 23 passes for 454 yards and six TDs as a tight end. The Modesto-area player of the year and Trans Valley League MVP established school record for total defensive points, including program’s all-time best 20 stops as a junior to earn all-league honors at linebacker and offensive tackle.

OREGON
Adapted to a new position as a junior, moving to tight end after brief stints as a linebacker and fullback. However the remaining consistency is his three-year starting role as Oregon’s long snapper. Demonstrated ability to grasp intricacies of new position quickly, now needs more reps to become comfortable with new role. Adds speed and strength to the position (455-lb. squat; 377- lb. bench press). Provides a measure of maturity and leadership to the fold after having his collegiate career interrupted by a two-year religious mission in 1999 and 2000.

2003 JUNIOR
Played in all 13 games as the Ducks’ long snapper and has developed into a key cog as the team’s only healthy player at that position. Recorded his first collegiate catch of 25 yards against Stanford in addition to posting single tackles vs. Nevada, Utah, California, Oregon State and Minnesota.

2002 SOPHOMORE
Stepped onto the field in 12 of 13 games as Oregon’s second-year long snapper. Was a key contributor on Oregon’s special teams once again and was on the field for a season-high 21 snaps in season-opener vs. Mississippi State. Also played 18 snaps vs. Idaho.

2001 FRESHMAN
Played in 11 games on special teams, including eight plays in collegiate debut vs. Wisconsin. Posted two tackles at California, along with one vs. Utah. Also earned honorable mention academic all-conference honors.