How former Oregon high school players are faring in Division 1 college football

Last week we posted a list of the nearly 100 athletes we found on Division I FBS college football rosters in 2020.

This week and throughout this strange, coronavirus-altered college football season, we’ll focus on the former Oregon high school football players logging stats at the Division I FBS level this season.

Most of the Division 1 college football players from Oregon high schools play in the Pac-12, which starts Nov. 6-7. But the Mountain West started last weekend, and Nevada’s Cole Turner had a huge game in the Wolf Pack’s debut.

The Clackamas alum had seven catches for 119 yards and two touchdowns in his first game playing tight end as Nevada beat Wyoming 37-34 in overtime Saturday.

Read on to find out which players saw some action in last weekend’s games.

Nick Abbs, Fresno State

Senior

Offensive lineman

Gresham High School

Abbs got in the game but didn’t start in Fresno State’s season opener, which the Bulldogs lost 34-19 to Hawaii.

John Bates, Boise State

Senior

Tight end

Lebanon High School

Bates got off to a solid start in his final season with Boise State, tying his career high with five catches for 44 yards in the No. 25-ranked Broncos’ 42-13 win over Utah State. Bates was named All-Mountain West honorable mention at tight end as a junior.

Daniel Green, Kansas State

Sophomore

Linebacker

Madison High School

Green has 10 tackles a sack through five games for No. 16-ranked Kansas State. He made one tackle in the Wildcats’ 55-14 win Saturday over Kansas.

Wesley Kommer, Nevada

Freshman

Running back

Thurston High School

Kommer got in the game in his college debut but didn’t record any stats in the Wolf Pack’s 37-34 overtime win over Wyoming.

Braden Lenzy, Notre Dame

Junior

Wide receiver

Tigard High School

Lenzy has played in four of the No. 4-ranked Irish’s five games and started against Florida State. He has six catches for 63 yards and a touchdown along with three carries for 8 yards this season. Lenzy had 254 receiving yards and 200 rushing yards last season, with four total touchdowns.

Patrick Maddox, Utah State

Sophomore

Safety

Westview High School

Maddox saw the first college football action of his career in Utah State’s loss to Boise State on Saturday, but he didn’t record any stats.

Tobe Okafor, Navy

Senior

Defensive lineman

Central Catholic High School

Okafor has played in all six games for Navy in his senior season. He’s had his best two games of the season the past two weeks, with two tackles and a pass breakup Saturday against Houston and three tackles (one for a loss) and a blocked kick Oct. 17 at East Carolina.

Andrew Peasley, Utah State

Sophomore

Quarterback

La Grande High School

Peasley got in the game late during Utah’s lopsided loss at Boise State. He didn’t throw any passes but had one carry for 2 yards.

Malakai Salu, UNLV

Sophomore

Linebacker

Central Catholic High School

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