Oregon offensive lineman Brian Teague, a redshirt senior from David Douglas High School (Portland, Oregon), enters his fifth season in the Oregon program.
Before joining the Ducks, Teague was a two-year varsity letter winner in football and basketball as well as first-team all-conference in baseball. In football, Teague saw action at tight end (frst-team all-conference), defensive end (second-team all-conference) as well as time at quarterback and he even earned honorable mention as a punter. Not only did he play offense, defense and special teams he dominated in all three facets of the game. Teague may be one of the most versatile prospects to sign with the Ducks over the past decade.
In 2009, Teague joined the Ducks as a tight end and spent his first season in Eugene as a redshirt while sitting behind Ed Dickson and David Paulson. He earned offensive scout team player of the week honors for the week against Washington State and was recognized as the team’s offensive scout team player of the year.
In 2010, Teague played in three games during the year with all action coming in the team’s non-conference games against New Mexico, Tennessee and Portland State. He originally wore the #86 jersey.
In 2011, Teague saw the field in seven games including an appearance in the first ever Pac-12 championship game against UCLA. He posted the third best squat weight for tight ends and long snappers during winter conditioning at 395 lbs.
In 2012, Teague played in two games during the regular season but did not record any stats.
Going into the 2013 season, Teague has transitioned over to offensive line due to the crowded TE depth chart. Teague also changed his jersey over to #65. He isn’t likely to make an appearance on the two-deep depth chart but should see the field in a reserve role.