Safety Patrick Chung was the highest rated Duck according the the draft when he was selected on the second pick of the second round by the New England Patriots. Chung was the 34th player chosen in the draft.
Chung's teammate in the Oregon secondary, corner back Jairus Byrd was the next Duck taken when Buffalo Bills made Byrd the 42nd selection.
Center Max Unger, the 49th selection won't have to travel too far as he was picked by the Seattle Seahawks.
Another Oregon lineman, tackle Fenuki Tupou, was picked in the fifth round on the 38th choice to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Some may have been surprised that hard working defensive tackle Ra'Shon Harris will join former Oregon signal call Dennis Dixon with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Harris had a sensational senior season for Oregon last year on a squad that finished 10-3 for the year.
Hard working Nick Reed may have been one of the biggest steals in the draft as the Seattle Seahawks selected him in 7th round as the 38th pick. Reed most likely will play linebacker in the pros, but for anyone who has ever seen him play knows he is player that goes 100 percent on every snap whether in practice or in a game.
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Faoliu Commits to DucksOregon picked up a recruit on Saturday when DT Austin Faoliu, 6-4, 285, Mater Dei HS, Santa Ana, Calif., announced his commitment at the Polynesian Bowl in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Pritchard and Boucher Post Game StanfordPayton Pritchard and Chris Boucher came out from the locker room following Oregon's 69-52 win over Stanford.
Dana Altman Post Game StanfordOregon improved to 18-2 for the season and 7-0 in conference play with a 69-52 win over Stanford. The Ducks hit 11-of-23 in 3-point shooting to ice the win.
Ducks Extend Winning Streak to 16EUGENE, ORE. -- The No. 11 Oregon Ducks broke a 104-year-old record by winning their 16th straight game beating the Stanford Cardinal 69-52. With the win the Ducks now improve to…