"It's always entertaining," Oregon coach Mark Helfrich remarked at Monday. "We find out a lot of what guys think of each other or of their teammates or coaches."
The intention, according to Helfrich, was to make each position group as even as possible, with equal assortments of starters and "guys that play a considerable amount of time" on each.
Below are the final results (as posted by Rob Moseley)
QB: Mariota, Lockie, Hobbs
RB: Tyner, Bassett, Jones, Roseberry
WR: D. Allen, Kelley, Daich, Tewhill, Stolzenburg, Stanford
TE: Kai, Mundt
OL: Yruretagoyena, Lousi, Grasu, Pisarcik, Prater, Fisher, George, Voeller
DL: Buckner, Sloan, Kamp, Talia
OLB: Ragin, Coleman, French, Prevot, Carriger
ILB: Malone, Walker, Robinson, Thompson
DB: Mathis, Seisay, Manns, Daniels, Robinson, Dargan, Dixon
ST: Solis, Wheeler
Coaches: Frost, Neal, Campbell, Aiken
QB: Rodrigues, Alie
RB: Marshall, Forde, Benoit, LaCoste
WR: Lowe, C. Allen, Loyd, Carrington, Addison, Brown
TE: Baylis, Hagger, Brown
OL: Stevens, Hunt, McFadden, Brenner, Pierson, Stohr, Johnstone
DL: Balducci, Armstead, Daniel, Bair, Kenion
OLB: Washington, Dunmore, Garrity, Faulhaber, McCandless
ILB: Hardrick, Cassell, Mattingly, Ava
DB: Hill, Harrison, E. Amoako, S. Amoako, Williams, Dunn, Yim, Ekpre-Olomu
Coaches: Pellum, Chinander, Greatwood, Osborne, Lubick
Redshirt freshman running back Kani Benoit was a part of the most trade discussions, Helfrich said. But in the end remained with Mariasu.
Helfrich was also gave a "blink evaluation" of some of the spring's top performers and selected quarterback Taylor Ali, linebackers Torrodney Prevot and Oshay Dunmore and offensive guard Hamani Stevens.