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Garrett Embry

Headed into the 2008 season few suspected that a receiver that may have been a bit under the radar coming out of high school would be playing in Oregon's opener against Washington. Then again the Oregon coaching staff was keeping pretty quiet in regards to Garrett Embry.

"Everybody dreams about that, moving up and playing right away," commented Garrett Embry on his move up the depth chart. "The dream comes true and I'm trying to live it and enjoy every second of it." When the 2-deep roster was announced earlier this week many Duck fans and followers were surprised to see Embry, 6-1, 208, as Jaison Williams' back up. It makes perfect sense though. After all...

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