- Brandon P. Oliver, Reporter, DuckNation
With Oregon's recruiting style of pursuing big, versatile athletes, the Ducks have been able to lock up three two-way playmakers in the Class of 2013. While twins Tyrell Robinson and Tyree Robinson (San Diego/Lincoln) have higher rankings and get most of the publicity, Chris Seisay (American Canyon, Calif./American Canyon) is could be the sleeper of the Ducks' class.
The No. 85-ranked athlete in the country plays for a school that opened in 2010, and Seisay has helped lead the Wolves to their first winning season as they have already locked up a playoff spot with a 7-1 record.
Seisay has done it all for American Canyon. He has touchdowns on the ground, through the air and on kick returns, while also being the biggest playmaker on the Wolves' defense.
"I just try to do what I can to help my team," Seisay said. "We have blown almost everyone out so my stats aren't anything crazy because I sit the second half sometimes. I just try to make the plays we need when I'm in there."
The 6-foot-2, 183-pound Seisay has proven that the Ducks' knew what they were doing when they offered a scholarship to him back in June.
He has 19 catches for 414 yards and seven touchdowns as a receiver and adding four rushes for 52 yards and a touchdown. On special teams, the three-star athlete has punted it 11 times with a 38 yard average and also returned five kicks for 167 yards, including an 85-yard punt-return touchdown.