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Oregon junior CB Chris Seisay transferred to Portland State.

"To go from that place to here, you better really love football. That’s a penthouse down there. This is more like a tree fort," said Portland State HC Bruce Barnum. Seisay opted to leave the Ducks in mid-August due to the fact that he just didn't comfortable or happy at Oregon. Because Portland State plies its trade in the FCS, the 6-foot-1, 190-pounder will be eligible to play immediately. Perhaps the most notable aspect of this transfer is that Seisay is using it as an opportunity to transition from corner to wide receiver. He played the latter position in high school.
Sep 1 - 12:24 PM

Oregon junior CB Chris Seisay will transfer.

In correspondence with the Oregonian, Seisay said that this was not a matter of playing time. He told the newspaper that he "just wasn't happy." Fair enough. The 6-foot-1, 190-pounder's transfer destination is not yet known. Seisay finishes his Oregon career having recorded 48 tackles and an interception. Last August, TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline wrote that he "looked good in every aspect of the cornerback position, but injury limited Seisay to just two games played during the 2015 campaign.
Source: ESPN.com
Aug 21 - 8:03 PM

Portland State redshirt freshman linebacker AJ Schlatter passed away on Sunday night due to complications from minor throat surgery.

"My heart is with the Schlatter family. They are our focus right now," Portland State head coach Bruce Barnum said in a released statement. "We lost a diamond that will never be replaced. He was the definition of what we are about at PSU." The former walk-on player had earned a full scholarship after logging 62 tackles this past season. "Things like this aren’t supposed to happen," Portland State athletics director Mark Roundtree said. "We cherish every student’s well-being, and the loss of AJ will be tough on our family. He represented his family and Portland State with passion, courage, and humility that made us all proud. He will be missed."
Jan 18 - 6:04 PM

TFY Draft Insider's Tony Pauline wrote that he was "blown away" by what he saw of Oregon sophomore CB Chris Seisay.

Seisay "looked good in every aspect of the cornerback position" when Pauline watched his film. Granted, he didn't have a ton to go on, as the 6-foot-1, 190-pounder didn't see legitimate in-game reps until later in the season. A knee injury to Ekpre-Olomu, now of the Browns, allowed Seisay to see more playing time. Pauline currently rates him as a potential third-round selection.
Thu, Aug 20, 2015 04:43:00 PM

ESPN's Mel Kiper ranks Portland State senior P Kyle Loomis as the No. 1 place kicker or punter in the class.

You're going to hear more about Loomis than most late Day 3 picks due to his fascinating back story. He was Oregon State's starting punter as a true freshman in 2006 before leaving the program to serve in the Army. He didn't return to football until 2013, but quickly re-established himself as a pro prospect.
Mon, Feb 2, 2015 07:53:00 PM

Portland State senior P Kyle Loomis accepted an invitation to the 2015 Reese’s Senior Bowl.

Loomis was recently named first team all-Big Sky Conference in a vote of league coaches. He has one of the most interesting stories in this year's class. Loomis was a starting punter as a freshman at Oregon State in 2006, then left the program, served in the Army, and didn't return to football until 2013. He's one of the nation's best punters and could conceivably earn a call in Round 7.
Source: Senior Bowl
Wed, Dec 24, 2014 12:06:00 AM

Rams selected Portland State OT Mitchell Van Dyk with the No. 226 overall pick in the NFL draft.

Unheralded Van Dyk stands 6-foot-7, 313 and was voted first-team All-Big Sky by the conference's coaches as a senior. He was a three-year starter on the Vikings' offensive line. Van Dyke is a reasonably good athlete (5.12 forty, 27-inch vertical), but needs to hit the weights after managing 14 bench-press reps at his Pro Day. He's likely headed to the practice squad in St. Louis.
Sat, May 10, 2014 05:58:00 PM

Oregon State junior DT Joe Lopez has transferred to Portland State.

Lopez will be eligible to play during the 2013 season. No reason was given for the transfer but Lopez played in 16 games over the last two seasons and was listed as a backup at his position.
Sun, Mar 24, 2013 10:35:00 AM

After transferring from Texas Southern to Portland State, DE Marquis Jackson is being viewed as a big disappointment by west area scouts, according to draft insider Tony Pauline.

"Entering the season scouts stamped Jackson with a third round grade as he was one of the highest rated IAA seniors in the nation," Pauline writes. "Jackson finished the 2012 season with 36 tackles, 10.5 tackles for loss and 7.5 sacks, compared to 50/18.5/6 in 2011. Sources from the area tell us it was a case of senioritis."
Fri, Feb 1, 2013 05:32:00 PM


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