Oregon DB Daymon David enters the transfer portal following spring football

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The Oregon Ducks took a hit to the depth chart on Thursday afternoon, with cornerback Daymon David entering the transfer portal, per On3’s Matt Zenitz.

David, who played in three games last season for the Ducks, was sidelined for much of spring football with an injury. He is a former four-star recruit who totaled three tackles in 2021.

The loss of David is certainly a hit to Oregon’s secondary, where they are already thin as it is. This spring, projected starting CB Dontae Manning suffered a leg injury that held him out of the spring game, and Trikweze Bridges was moved from CB to safety in the offseason as well.

While the Ducks did add former Colorado CB Christian Gonzalez via the transfer portal this offseason, there was a thought that they might try and add some more depth through the portal this spring. Instead, it appears that one of their defensive backs is choosing to leave the program.

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