first_imgA picture of a green Oregon Ducks helmet.SCOTTSDALE, AZ – JANUARY 09: A helmet for the Oregon Ducks is displayed during a press conference for the Tostitos BCS National Championship Game against the Auburn Tigers at the JW Marriott Camelback Inn on January 9, 2011 in Scottsdale, Arizona. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)Oregon football has been hit with a few transfers already this season. Another Duck has reportedly entered his name in the NCAA transfer portal.Senior WR Brenden Schooler is opting to transfer to a new school for the 2020 season.The timing of the move is a bit surprising. Just last week, Schooler was the team’s model in their weekly uniform release as seen below.Blizzard of awe coming to the Emerald City. Week 8 uni combo for @OregonFootball. #GoDucks pic.twitter.com/LPyVfId78n— GoDucks (@GoDucks) October 18, 2019 Of course, there’s always the possibility he eventually removes his name from the portal and stays with Oregon. But it’s likely Schooler will be a graduate transfer. The news was first reported by James Crepea of The Oregonian.Schooler missed the first few games of the 2019 season due to a foot injury. As a result, he will be able to utilize this year as redshirt year.The Oregon receiver was a swiss-army knife type of player for the Ducks. He played safety during his freshman season. Entering his second-year, the Ducks had nearly no depth at receiver, so Schooler made a position change to help the team.He’s stuck at receiver ever since and even became a starter for the Ducks. But Schooler’s biggest contributions came on special teams, where he was often tabbed the Ducks’ best kickoff coverage player. He was twice selected to the Pac-12 All-Conference 1st team as a special teams player.The former Oregon receiver was a starter for the Oregon offense. But has just two catches for 44 yards in three games this season.Schooler’s brother, Colin, is a linebacker for the University of Arizona. It’s unclear as to where Schooler will end up, but Arizona seems like a potential landing spot.last_img