|High School:||Central Valley HS|
- 22 career starts are tops among UO offensive linemen
- Started at right tackle in 12 of 13 games in '09
PERSONAL — Born Clarence Eugene Kaiser on Nov. 2, 1987 in Grand Forks, British Columbia. Parents: Michael and Teresa Kaiser. Family: One brother, two sisters. High School (Coach): Central Valley (Rick Giampetrie), 2006. Major: Sociology. Redshirt: 2006.
2010 — Shared top honors among offensive linemen during winter workouts with a 319-lb. clean.
2009 — Oregon’s starting right tackle in 12 of 13 games his junior season • Did not start at UCLA due to injury but still played 50 snaps • Played 70 or more snaps in six games on the season, including four of the last six • Credited with 35 pancake blocks.
2008 — Battled through a late-season injury to play in all 13 games, starting 10 at right tackle • Played the third-most snaps of any offensive lineman, helping key Oregon’s team-record rushing attack (2nd nationally) • On the field for all but one offensive snap in record win at Oregon State • Eclipsed 16-year-old record, posting offensive line’s top power clean lift (374 lbs.) of all time during winter testing.
2007 — Lettered after appearing in seven games as a reserve behind a veteran offensive line • Also lined up as a tight end in Oregon’s jumbo package • Participated in double-digit plays four times, including 30 snaps vs. Washington State.
2006 — Redshirt season • Rewarded as scout team’s offensive player of the week prior to games against Stanford, California, Arizona and Oregon State.
HIGH SCHOOL — The PrepStar all-region choice and honorable mention all-state standout was ranked among the top 25 prep prospects in Washington by Rivals.com • Anchored the Bears’ offensive line his senior year and paved the way for a pair of running backs that accumulated over 1,800 yards in a run-oriented offensive attack • Received much of the credit for program’s 237.5-yard rushing average, earning first-team all-Greater Spokane League honors on offense in 2005 after earning the kudos on defense his junior year • Was chosen to take part in the state’s East-West all-star game in Everett, Wash • A dual-sport athlete, advanced to the state’s regional level in the discus and shot put • Also served as senior class president.