Oregon receiver Brenden Schooler enters transfer portal

Bri Amaranthus
NBC Sports Northwest

Senior wide receiver Brenden Schooler has entered his name into the NCAA transfer portal, sources have confirmed to NBC Sports Northwest. The news was first reported by Brett McMurphy of Stadium Network. 

Schooler, a two-time first-team All-Pac-12 special teams selection, made his debut against Cal after missing Oregon's first four games due to a broken foot. He played in three games this season and has not used his redshirt, meaning he has one more year of eligibility as a graduate transfer.

The Dana-Point, California native has a brother, Colin, who plays for the Arizona Wildcats.

Schooler has totaled 43 career catches for 521 yards and four touchdowns in his Duck career. He started at safety as a true freshman finishing with 74 tackles and four interceptions.

Oregon receiver Brenden Schooler enters transfer portal originally appeared on NBC Sports Northwest

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