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2006 Oregon Football Recruiting 
Updated: January 28, 2017
2006 Oregon Football Recruiting Class
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Star of the Class
Justin Roper QB 6-6 200 Buford, GA
The PrepStar all-region pick ranked among the top 75 prep prospects in Georgia and one of the top 28 quarterbacks in the nation following last year’s 12-1 record and a 8-AA League championship. Completed 58 percent of his passes for 1,423 yards and 18 touchdowns as a senior despite operating within the confines of a run-oriented system.Threw for over 1,500 yards and 10 scores in 2004 while suffering only three interceptions. The Wolves have accumulated a 25-3 record over the past two years, with Roper serving a role in a program that has set the Georgia high school record for consecutive wins (47). Also serves as the point guard on the school’s basketball team that has fashioned a 16-5 record, sporting per-game averages of 7.3 points, 5.8 rebounds and 2.2 steals.
Instant Impact Players

Matthew Harper CB 6-1 177 Tracy, CA
Posted 95 tackles and seven interceptions (110 yds) a year ago to tie for fourth in the state in interceptions last fall and garner first-team all-NorCal Conference and California Community College Football Coaches Association all-Region I attention. Also gathered one quarterback sack, one fumble recovery and forced three fumbles  in 2005 to help the Rams finish the year with a 10-2 ledger following a 41-38 setback to Grossmont for the California state title. Team finished sixth in the final J.C. Grid-Wire poll. Clocked with a 4.45 time over 40 meters, his speed played a significant role in school finishing third in the state in total defense (235.0 avg.) as a sophomore. Logged 90 tackles, three interceptions and a pair of forced fumbles in 2004 to earn his first all-NorCal Conference certificate. Also claimed first-team all-league honors as a prep senior at Union City’s (CA) James Logan High School, recording 60 tackles and four interceptions. His father, Willie, was an All-American defensive end at Nebraska in the early 1970s when the Huskers won a pair of national titles before encountering an 11-year NFL career.

Fenuki Topou OT 6-6 330 Rocklin, CA
The honorable mention All-American (J.C. Grid-Wire) is ranked 34th in the country among junior college recruits by rivals.com. Helped pave the way for the Wolverines to finish the regular season 12th in the state in total offense (430.7 avg.). The two-time all-Mid Empire Conference pick proved to be a dominant force along the offensive line at tackle at the junior college level yet possesses the athleticism to play either tackle or guard in Oregon’s offense which places a premium on strength up the middle. Developed into a key component for a program which extended its winning streak to 37 games before dropping a late-season contest to Feather River College.

The Entire Class
QB Justin Roper 6-6 200 5.06 Buford GA Buford HS
RB Remene Alston, Jr. 5-8 180 N/A Greensboro NC Page HS
QB Nathan Costa 6-0 191 4.6 Hilmar CA Hilmar HS
CB Marvin Johnson 5-10 185 4.65 Compton CA Dominguez HS
OT Clarence Kaiser 6-5 260 N/A Verdale WA Central Vally HS
CB Chad Peppars 5-11 182 N/A Los Angeles CA Loyola HS
OL Wm. "Bo" Thran 6-5 275 5.12 Gresham OR Sam Barlow HS
DT Jeremy Gibbs 6-4 285 4.80 Miami OK NE Oklahoma A&M
OL Jordan Holmes 6-4 270 N/A Yuba City CA Yuba City HS
QB Cody Kempt 6-3 205 4.60 Portland OR Westview HS
RB Andre Crenshaw
5-10 185 4.47 Lancaster CA Antelope Valley HS
CB Devin Mays 5-11 160 N/A Stockton CA Lincoln HS
S Jameel Dowling 6-3 190 N/A Oroville CA Butte
S Matthew Harper 6-0 185 4.45 San Francisco CA CC of San Francisco
DE Dexter Manley 6-4 260 N/A Santa Monica CA Santa Monica
OL Pat So'oalo* 6-5 340 N/A Kaneohe HI Fresno City College
OL Fenuki Tupou 6-6 325 N/A Rocklin CA Sierra
TE Brandon Brair * 6-7 238 N/A St. Anthony ID South Fremont High School
Derrick Jones * 6-1 186 N/A Gardena, CA CA Long Beach Poly High School
WR Spencer Paysinger 6-3 210 N/A Beverly Hills CA Beverly Hills HS
DE Micah Howeth 6-2 250 4.7 Miami OK NE Oklahoma A&M
Andre Crenshaw ( Scout | Rivals | UO Athletics )
Spencer Paysinger ( Scout | Rivals | UO Athletics )
Bo Thran ( Scout | Rivals | UO Athletics )
Jeremy Gibbs ( Scout | Rivals | UO Athletics )
Remene Alston Jr. ( Scout | Rivals | UO Athletics )
Dexter Manley ( Scout | Rivals | UO Athletics )
Jamel Hamler ( Scout | Rivals | UO Athletics )
Marvin Johnson ( Scout | Rivals | UO Athletics )
Matthew Harper ( Scout | Rivals | UO Athletics )
Justin Roper ( Scout | Rivals | UO Athletics )
Fenuki Tupou ( Scout | Rivals | UO Athletics )
Devin Mays ( Scout | Rivals | UO Athletics )
Chad Peppars ( Scout | Rivals | UO Athletics )
Jameel Dowling ( Scout | Rivals | UO Athletics )
Jordan Holmes ( Scout | Rivals | UO Athletics )
C.E. Kaiser ( Scout | Rivals | UO Athletics )
Cody Kempt ( Scout | Rivals | UO Athletics )
Jurray Casey ( Scout | Rivals | UO Athletics )
Nathan Costa (Scout | Rivals | UO Athletics )
Micah Howeth (Scout | Rivals | UO Athletics )
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