NOTE: To be eligible for the BF.C All-Decade Team the players must have played at least 50-percent of their careers this decade (2000-2009) at Oregon State. For the all-time letter winners visit OSUBeavers.com.
BF.C All-Decade Team
#67 | 6-3, 304
|Lettered at OSU: 2004-07|
|High school: Pendleton HS | Pendleton, OR|
2007 first team All-Pac-10, 2007 ESPN first team All-American, 2007 first
team Pro Football Weekly All-American, played in 2008 Senior Bowl, 2006 honorable mention
All-Pac-10, 2005 honorable mention All-Pac-10, 2004 Sporting News Freshman
What others say: ESPN's Ivan Maisel - "Roy Schuening has been a model of consistent play. In a year where few guards have grabbed the attention of NFL scouts; Schuening has grabbed it week after week after week."
Career synopsis: One of the more versatile offensive lineman this decade Roy Schuening played both guard and tackle moving between the two spots seamlessly.
The Oregon native is just one of three redshirt or true freshman to start on the offensive line during the Mike Riley era.
Back in 2004 senior center Matt Brock said, "I have never seen a freshman offensive lineman so technically sound. Roy is going to be real good."
Brock's words proved to be prophetic.
Battling through sickness and injuries on multiple occasions Schuening started a school record 50 consecutive games.
He was a honorable mention all conference selection as a sophomore and junior before being named a first team pick as a senior. He was also named an All-American by ESPN and Pro Football Weekly.
Career statistics: 50 consecutive starts, a school record
Runner up: Gregg Peat (2006-09) - A first team All-Pac-10 selection in 2009 offensive line coach Mike Cavanaugh says, "He's one of the hardest-working guys on the team. He's a grinder who gives us effort every single day." Peat moved the starting lineup in 2007 when Jeremy Perry broke his leg.
Others worth mentioning: Kanan Sanchez (2001-2003)