Andiel Brown, 5-10, 198, rushed for 53 yards on 10 carries and had an 18.5-yard average in kickoff returns last year but perhaps his biggest contribution to the Ducks is his infectious smile and positive attitude.
Brown, a walk-on is one of the hardest workers on the team as evidenced by him winning his weight class in the annual Oregon weightlifting competition with a combined lift of 495 pounds (225.5 pounds in the snatch and 260.5 in clean and jerk.)
The music major is a genuine nice guy who goes 100 percent on every drill and practice. As he looks to his final year he is willing to continue to work hard for the team and do what he can to ensure success.
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