clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Return of the Quack: Bryan Addison

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

Bryan Addison

Wide Receiver - 6’5”, 194 lb. - Gardena, CA - Sophomore

Coming into his redshirt-sophomore season Bryan Addison will have his first real chance at making a name for himself. Addison is slotted in as the likely starting candidate at the “Z” receiver position. The 6’5” wideout brings something to the field that few players can, size. Though he hasn’t quite filled out his massive frame, Addison will provide a large target for first-year starting quarterback, Tyler Shough. Addison brings size and athleticism to a rebuilding Ducks offense and could make for a potential red-zone target for Shough in 2020.


As a red-shirt freshman it was a relatively solid season. Besides a critical dropped touchdown pass against Auburn in Week 1, Addison played well. The freshman showed mental toughness hauling in a 34-yard touchdown the very next game to help carry Oregon past Nevada, 77-6. Addison played in all 14 games in 2019. Of those 14, he started in six, totaling 18 receptions for 203 yards and a touchdown.


Played in four games and utilized a redshirt, Addison only made one reception for 12 yards against the Portland State Vikings in Week 2.


Addison was highly recruited out of high school cracking 247Sports’ top 100 players coming out of high school. Ranked 98th Nationally, Addison was the 11th ranked player among California’s 2018 class. The consensus four-star even rated as high as the 2nd best athlete in the state, according to Addison played both sides of the ball in high school and became a nightmare for quarterbacks as a 6’5” defensive back. Oregon wasn’t the school Addison originally committed to. The wideout committed to UCLA in December of 2017, before finally thinking straight and deciding to head to Oregon. As a senior, Addison brought in 46 receptions for 582 yards and nine touchdowns, while totaling 44 tackles and five interceptions as a safety.