Football Practice Report: Oct. 12

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GoDucks.com 12 October, 2021 - 06:48pm

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The No. 9 Oregon Ducks (4-1, 1-1) are coming off their first conference loss of the season, falling to Stanford in overtime, 31-24. The Organizational Chart from the desk of head coach Mario Cristobal was released after the coach met with the media for his game week press conference.

Oregon's depth chart against Cal is out. Kayvon Thibodeaux listed but he will be out for the first half due to a targeting penalty late against Stanford. pic.twitter.com/2AYz9sbHjo

Senior Anthony Brown Jr. has taken a majority of the snaps at quarterback for the Ducks this season. Brown's play has been up and down to start, and Oregon heads into this week's matchup against Cal looking for a spark from No. 13.

2. Ty Thompson (FR.)*

OR Jay Butterfield (FR.)

OR Robby Ashford (FR.)

Running back CJ Verdell sustained a lower leg injury against Stanford and will be out for the season. Travis Dye will shoulder most of the workload and the trio of freshman running backs will get a chance to play.

1. Travis Dye (JR.)

Spencer Webb has played the No. 1 tight end for all of spring and fall camp. DJ Johnson did not participate for the first two weeks of fall camp but made his appearance later in the camp, and has now been seen playing both sides of the ball. Cam McCormick is out for the year after suffering a "significant leg injury."

Freshmen Moliki Matavao and Terrance Ferguson have opened eyes at their first college football camp and should expect plenty of playing time.

TE (F) 1. Terrance Ferguson (FR.)

OR Spencer Webb (SO.)

1. Moliki Matavao (FR.)

OR DJ Johnson (JR.)

The Duck's wide receiving room will look to improve upon their performance in the conference opener against Arizona. Oregon's true freshman pair of Dont'e Thornton and Troy Franklin will play handily, while the returning seniors of Johnny Johnson and Jaylon Redd will get to remind everyone why they're still here.

1. Kris Hutson (FR)

Johnny Johnson III (SR.)

1. Mycah Pittman (SO.)

OR

"X" wide receiver position:

1. Johnny Johnson III (SR.)

Troy Franklin (FR.)

1. George Moore (SR.)

2. Dawson Jaramillo

Kingsley Suamataia (FR.)

1. T.J. Bass (JR.)

2. Faaope Laloulu (FR.)

1. Alex Forsyth (JR.)

2. Jackson Powers-Johnson (FR.)

1. Ryan Walk (JR.)

1. Steven Jones (SOPH.)

2. Jaylan Jeffers (FR.)

1. Kayvon Thibodeaux (SOPH.)

2. Bradyn Swinson (FR.)

1. Popo Aumavae (JR.)

1. Keyon Ware-Hudson (RFR)

2. Kristian Williams (RFR)

3. Keanu Williams (FR)

1. Brandon Dorlus (SOPH.)

Oregon's Dru Mathis suffered a leg injury during week one's contest, and he was not listed on the organizational depth chart.

Justin Flowe is expected to be out indefinitely after suffering a right foot injury.

1. Keith Brown (FR)

3. Jeffrey Bassa (FR)

1. Noah Sewell (FR.)

3. Micah Roth (JR)

1. Mase Funa (SOPH.)

2. DJ Johnson (JR.)

OR Adrian Jackson (SOPH.) / Jake Shipley (FR.)

Oregon's defensive back group is broken into five for the 2021 depth chart. The Ducks now list a STAR, FCB (Field cornerback), free safety, Boundary safety, and boundary cornerback.

Oregon adds two names to the depth chart after Jamal Hill and DJ James were reinstated to the team after their suspension from the team. DJ James got the start in week three against Stony Brook and remains the starter.

Bennett Williams sustained an injury last week during Oregon's walk-through practice and will be out for the year. Jamal Hill will step into his place.

1. Mykael Wright (SOPH.)

1. Verone McKinley III (SOPH.)*

1. Steve Stephens (SOPH.)

2. Daymon David (FR.)

1. DJ James (SO)

2. Dontae Manning (FR)

3. Jaylin Davies (FR)

1. Camden Lewis

1. Camden Lewis

1. Mykael Wright

2. Kris Hutson

1. Mycah Pittman

OR Seven McGee

1. Karsten Battles

2. Peyton Yanagi

OR Luke Basso

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