How Oregon transfers performed in Week 10 of college football

It was a busy week across the college football world. Oregon won its game, 63-19, and Washington beat USC in a close battle. Several other games around the country caught Ducks’ fans attention due to their College Football Playoff implications for Oregon. None of these games seemed to go Ducks fans’ way though. Texas beat Kansas State. Alabama took down LSU, and Florida State handled Pitt.

Speaking of Florida State, Oregon fans had another reason to watch that game: Trey Benson. The Ducks’ transfer running back has been having an impressive season, and his performance on Saturday was one of his best games of 2023.

Continue reading to check in with the rest of Oregon transfers.

Trey Benson - Florida State RB

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Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports

Stats: 12 carries, 97 yards, 1 TD

It looked close between Pitt and Florida State for a second before the Seminoles pulled away. Despite having fewer touches than usual, Trey Benson had a very strong game.

Sean Dollars - Nevada RB

Seven McGee - Jackson State WR

Harrison Taggart - BYU LB

Cam McCormick - Miami TE

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Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports

Stats: 2 catches, 8 yards

While it isn’t the level of impact Cam McCormick would like to make, he has caught passes in his last two games, which hadn’t happened in the previous four weeks.

Jackson LaDuke - Nevada LB

Dont'e Thornton - Tennessee WR

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Christopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY Sports

Stats: 2 catches, 26 yards

Dont’e Thornton picked up two catches for a 13-yard average in Tennessee’s beat down of Connecticut.

Jaylin Davies - UCLA CB

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Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

Stats: 1 solo tackle, 1 assist

Jaylin Davies picked up two tackles against Arizona, but UCLA needed more. The Wildcats upset the Bruins, 27-10, in the desert this weekend.

Bradyn Swinson - LSU LB

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Matthew Hinton-USA TODAY Sports

Stats: 2 solo tackles, 1 assist

Bradyn Swinson is one of several Oregon transfers who have found good homes with their new teams. Swinson had a good game this week, but the LSU Tigers fell to the Alabama Crimson Tide.

Story originally appeared on Ducks Wire