Report: Alex Forsyth says he is returning to the Ducks next season

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The Oregon Ducks are among the youngest teams in the country this season, but one of their veteran players announced that he plans to return next year, rather than trying his hand in the NFL draft.

According to The Oregonian’s James Crepea, Forsyth said that he is coming back for 2022.

Forsyth has played for the Ducks for four seasons and has been the starting center for the past two. Forsyth was granted an extra year of eligibility due to the pandemic-shortened season last year, and he will return to the roster as one of the oldest and most experienced players on the roster.

Around him, the Ducks are expected to have a deep talent pool to fill out the front-five, including Ryan Walk, Jackson Powers-Johnson, T.J. Bass, Dawson Jaramillo, and Steven Jones, among others.

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