Noah Sewell, Devon Williams, Spencer Webb among Ducks ready to go vs USC

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Noah Sewell, Devon Williams, Spencer Webb among Ducks ready to go vs USC originally appeared on NBC Sports Northwest

Ahead of the Pac-12 Championship Game, Mario Cristobal spoke with the media Monday evening and gave updates on available players for Friday's contest.

Wide receiver Devon Williams, linebackers Noah Sewell and Dru Mathis, and tight end Spencer Webb are all "good to go" against USC.

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Williams missed his first game of the season against California but he leads the Ducks with 13 receptions for 264 yards and two touchdowns this season in four games played. The former five-star athlete was breaking out as the Ducks best playmaker down the field, with back-to-back 100-yard receiving games, before missing action two weeks ago. 

Mathis had played in the Ducks first four games totaling nine tackles (three solo). He missed the game at California. 

Tight end Cam McCormick, linebacker Adrian Jackson, and cornerback Dontae Manning are all undecided if they can play against the Trojans.

"Cam McCormick we're still evaluating. We thought he was ready and now we're not quite there yet," said Cristobal. "Adrian Jackson's got a good chance to play this week, he's a little banged up... Donate Manning? Very hopeful. He's had a really good week so far."

McCormick has not played since the 2018 season-opener against Bowling Green. Jackson has four solo tackles, one sack and one tackle-for-loss in four games but missed the game at California. 

Manning was a five-star cornerback signee from the 2020 recruiting class and also missed the game at California. 

Cornerback Daewood Davis will be unavailable, again. He also missed the games at Oregon State and California. 

Oregon plays USC in the Pac-12 Championship on Friday, December 18th at 5:00 p.m. PT.