With the conclusion of the first week of fall camp for the Oregon Ducks, several questions have been answered about what Duck fans can expect to see come September 1st when Oregon takes on Houston. Many questions remain however with so many new faces ready to step in and compete for playing time.
#1 Marvin Johnson looks on after dropping an interception of #10 Dennis Dixon on Saturday.
Newcomer to the secondary, #14 Javes Lewis, gets words of instruction from #9 Ryan DePalo.
Cornerback #14 Javes Lewis attempts to strip the ball from #89 Aaron Pflugrad along the sidelines.
#21 Garren Strong slips away from #6 Walter Thurmond III on the play.
#8 Terence Scott looks to become a viable weapon for the Oregon offense.
#45 Terrell Turner has the size to play early and often this season at linebacker.
New Offensive Coordinator Chip Kelly will look to get the ball in the hands of standout wide receiver #4 Jaison Williams as much as possible this season.
#28 Jonathan Stewart looks better than ever this Fall as he breaks another long run here.
#88 Brandon Bair is able to grab ahold of #24 Jeremiah Johnson on an inside pitch from #16 Brady Leaf.
#24 Jeremiah Johnson used his stiff arm to get around the linebackers for a big gain during Saturday's practice.
#29 Todd Doxey, #37 Talmadge Jackson III, and #52 Terrance Pritchett could all potentially see playing time this season on special teams.
#5 Remene Alston reaches out to secure an inside pitch from #7 Nathan Costa.
#27 Andiel Brown spins out of a tackle as defensive lineman #98 Dominic Glover and #58 Kenny Rowe follow in pursuit.
#26 Malachi Lewis is a big kid who doesn't go down easy.
#50 Simi Toeaina is a load up front on the defensive line and could be a big contributor with more consistent play.
#55 Casey Matthews and #45 Terrell Turner could be two key cogs of a great linebacking corps for the Ducks in the future.