More Offers Roll In For Oregon OL Roy Scheuning

The top lineman we saw at the Nike Camp in Eugene was Pendleton's (Ore.) Roy Scheuning. The big lineman we currently have as the #6 offensive lineman in the West Region has all the tools to make it at the college level and more colleges are starting to take notice.

Scheuning, 6-3, 279 pounds had a dominating showing at the Nike Camp and went undefeated in the one on one line drills when we watched him. You can tell he's been very well coached and has excellent strength as well as being light on his feet. He moves almost effortlessly and there's no wasted motion when he's blocking.

Scheuning totaled 38 pancake blocks a year ago while also recording 58 tackles and nine quarterback sacks at defensive tackle to earn All-League and honorable mention All-State honors on both sides of the ball.

"Every college is recruiting me as an offensive lineman," Scheuning said. "I think my strengths are my ability to run and pass block equally well. I'm strong and I move my feet well."

Oregon and Oregon State were quick to jump on board with early scholarship offers and Washington State and Portland State have also now offered.

"I like those four schools plus Washington the most right now," Scheuning said. "I want to stay in the Northwest and all of those schools have a lot to offer. I want to visit the schools and see how the atmostphere is. That will be important to me as well as the tradition of the school."

Academically, Scheuning is carrying a 2.7GPA and he scored a 940 on the SAT.

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