Oregon is still working toward rebuilding after the program’s sudden and drastic downfall. One holdover from glorious days of past is receiving a great opportunity on his way out.
Senior offensive lineman Tyrell Crosby has been invited to the Reese’s Senior Bowl, according to his Instagram post on Tuesday.
Crosby made an impact in his first season at Oregon in 2014, coming off the bench and appearing in all 15 of the Ducks’ games in their run to an appearance in the inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship Game. The lineman has played in 39 games in his career, earning the Ducks’ Pancake Award in 2014 and Pro Football Focus College’s top rating for left tackles in the Pac-12. Crosby was also rated the nation’s 2nd-best left tackle and the 4th-best tackle according to PFF College.
Long-snapper Tanner Carew, who’s appeared in 48 games for the Ducks from 2014-2017, was also invited to the Senior Bowl on Tuesday.
It is a huge honor to be invited to the senior bowl. pic.twitter.com/06uXASCKF4
— TANNER (@Tcarew10) November 8, 2017
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