OTTyrell Crosby

Oregon — Pac-12
  • Height: 6047
  • Weight: 319
  • Hometown: Henderson, NV
  • Age: 22

Bio

2017 (Senior): Has not allowed a quarterback sack or hit this season according to Pro Football Focus ... Has allowed only three QB hurries according to PFF ... Integral part in Oregon’s 2,905 rushing yards gained in 2017 ... Oregon ranks 11th in FBS averaging 264.1 yards rushing per game. ... Invited to play in Reese’s Senior Bowl.

2016 (Junior): Injuries dampened the season for the Ducks’ top offensive lineman, missing all but two games his junior year . . . Missed the season opener but returned to the starting lineup for the next two games before his season came to a premature end at Nebraska . . . Took part in 18 snaps in each of his two appearances  . . . Contributed to Oregon running for a season-high 336 yards against the Huskers.

2015 (Sophomore): The 12-game starter at right tackle saw his string of 13 consecutive opening assignments (dating back to 2014) interrupted against Arizona State despite logging 76 snaps in Tempe . . . Played a large role in Oregon rolling up over 400 yards on the ground on three occasions, including a season-high 485 yards in the opener vs. Eastern Washington . . . Contributed to the Ducks' 8.5 per-carry rushing average against the Eagles . . . Took part in 90 or more plays seven times, including a career-high 107 snaps against California, while participating in more plays (1,046) than any of his offensive teammates . . . Served as a vital cog for an offense that ranked fifth in the country in total offense, rushing, and scoring, in addition to his role in helping Oregon extend its hold on the league's rushing title for the 10th year in a row.

2014 (Freshman): Made the most of his opportunities as a true freshman, coming off the bench to take part in 40 snaps in the season-opening win vs. South Dakota before injuries along the front line helped open the door for nine starting assignments at right and left tackle - including the final six outings . . .  Made appearances in all 15 games, including 97 plays in the Pac-12 Conference Championship Game and 90 at Utah . . . Was the recipient of the Ducks' Pancake Award for his ability to position the most defenders to the ground . . . Proved to be crucial to the success of a running game that led the conference on the ground for the ninth consecutive year (234.5) and amassed more than 300 rushing yards against Arizona and Florida State in the conference championship game and Rose Bowl, respectively . . . Also played a prominent role for an offense that paved the way for the Ducks’ appearance in the inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship, with Oregon finishing third in the country in total offense (547.0) and fourth in scoring (45.4).

High School: The first-team all-state honoree (Nevadapreps.com) took part in the Semper Fi All-America game following a senior season that concluded with him ranked among the top two prospects in the state as well as the nation’s top 40 offensive tackles . . . Reported to have been a part of 18 pancake blocks in one game his senior year for a team which finished the season with a 9-3 record and ranked sixth in the state (Division I) . . . Included on Scout.com’s National Top 300 and the West’s Top 150 ledgers, earning first-team all-Northeast League acclaim for the Gators while paving the way for an offense that ranked fourth in the state in total offense (466.4 avg.) and sixth in the district in scoring (37.3 avg.) . . . Also a mainstay on defense, accumulating 33 tackles and seven quarterback sacks in 2013 for head coach Brian Castro’s squad . . . Agility epitomized by his play on the basketball court as the center ranks second in the state in rebounding (16.2 avg.) in addition to averaging 12.8 points through the first 18 games this season.