Draft Scout Snapshot: 2010: UOs starting rover/strong safety for all 13 games ranked fifth on the team with 65 tackles Tied his career-high with a pair of sacks, shared the team-lead with seven tackles at Washington State Returned a fumble 51 yards to the 3-yard line, setting up the go-ahead touchdown in win vs. Stanford, also had nine tackles vs. the Cardinal Made a seamless transition from linebacker to safety during the spring. 2009: Started 11 games Teams sixth-leading tackler (54) Ranked second on the team with 4.5 QB sacks (t13th in the Pac-10), and third with 8.0 TFLs Contributed six stops at Arizona - all unassisted - including two quarterback sacks for losses of nine yards Picked off his first collegiate interception vs. Utah, returning it 17 yards Shared the Pac-10 lead with three fumble recoveries. 2008: Arrested for reckless driving and speed racing after causing accident in September 2008, received 75 stitches and luckily did not cause major injuries to people in the other vehicle; served community service Top reserve linebacker was also a key contributor on special teamsin 12 games played, making five of his 16 tackles on kickoffs and one on punt coverage Made a season-high four stops (three solo) and broke up two passes vs. UCLA Forced a fumble on the opening kickoff in the win over the Cardinal. 2007: Redshirted. Earned scout team weekly honors leading up to wins at Stanford (defense) and vs. Washington State (offense). Provided emergency depth and quality reps at running back when the position became depleted with injuries.
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Draft Scout Eddie Pleasant News
01/02/12 - Scouting the Oregon pass defense: Oregon's 43 sacks this season are tied with Texas A&M for the most in the nation. The Ducks are allowing 243.5 passing yards per game to rank fifth in the conference. Eddie Pleasant leads the team with three interceptions while Boseko Lokombo has returned two interceptions for touchdowns. - The Sports Xchange