Scheuning totaled 38 pancake blocks at right tackle and was in on 58 tackles and nine quarterback sacks while playing defensive tackle. He earned 1st team All-League for the second year in a row as well as honorable mention All-State honors this past season.
Three major things most colleges are looking for in an offiensive
lineman are athleticism, strength and attitude and Scheuning has it all.
He benches 335 pounds is very strong at the point of attack. Even more
impressive is a 28 inch vertical jump showing his overall explosiveness
and he plays with a nasty streak you love to see as well.
On the recruiting front, Scheuning is hearing from Oregon, Oregon State,
Arizona State and Washington. His teammate, Shawn Perkins, signed with
Oregon this past year and the Ducks are Scheuning's top school at this time.
"My dad went to Oregon State and that was my favorite school growing up
but I like Oregon right now," Scheuning said. "ASU, Oregon State,
Washington and Arizona would be the rest of my top five. I like the
atmosphere at Oregon and that's one of the main things I'm looking for a
in a school."
Academically, Scheuning is carrying a 2.65 GPA and wants to major in
Education. He'll attend the Nike Camp in Eugene as well as the Oregon
Junior To Watch: Oregon OL Roy Scheuning
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