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Oregon K Adam Stack Has Elected to Transfer

Oregon is losing a scholarship kicker via transfer

NCAA Football: Nevada at Oregon Jaime Valdez-USA TODAY Sports

Per head coach Mario Cristobal, Ducks kicker Adam Stack has elected to transfer from the program.

Stack is a 6'2 175 junior kicker from the state of Hawai'i. 247 Sports rated him as a three star recruit that ranked 13th best kicker, 15th best in the state of Hawai'i and 1876th overall nationally. He still has his redshirt still intact to retain one more year of eligibility when he transfers.

In his brief Ducks career, he converted six of the ten field goals and was a perfect 36 of 36 in extra point attempts last season. In 2019, he was a perfect seven of seven in extra point attempts.

There are four kickers remaining on the roster. Stack was beaten out by true freshman Camden Lewis this season for field goal duties.

The backup kicker to Lewis is Zach Emerson currently with Stack's transfer.

We wish Adam the best of luck wherever he lands.

The Ducks are currently at 84 scholarships with Stack's departure.

(h/t to CaDuck for finding this)