Keeling feeling good about upcoming season

Junior tight end Ryan Keeling has had his moments during his playing career at Oregon but the upcoming 2007 season could be his best. He is up to almost 260 pounds and is in great shape.

Ryan Keeling, played his high school ball at nearby Thurston High School in Springfield. In 2004 he was named the Most Valuable Player of the 2004 Les Schwab Bowl. During his career at Oregon he has three catches for 18 yards, but last April had a touchdown reception. Keeling is 6-5 and weighting in at nearly 260 pounds. He indicates that he has concentrated on working on his blocking technique during the off-season.

Keeling took time to talk about he summer workouts and the upcoming season.

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