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Oregon, WR Seven McGee agree to part ways

Oregon, WR Seven McGee agree to part ways

Oregon’s wide receiver room took a hit on Monday DuckTerritory.com he has learned Seven McGee and Oregon have agreed to separate from each other.


McGee did not travel with the team to Cal this past weekend.


Initial reports came from Matt Zenitz of On3.com.




McGee, a sophomore from Rochester, N.Y., originally committed to Oregon in 2018 as a member of the 2021 class. McGee enrolled in the Ducks’ historic 2021 class and saw the field of 13 as a running back freshman year, racking up 61 yards on 14 carries with one touchdown. However, McGee shined in the passing game out of the backfield, securing seven receptions for 84 yards.


During the off-season, McGee initially entered the transfer window after the departure of Mario Cristobalbut new coach Dan Lanning and Director of Football Recruiting Don Johnson Jr. convinced him of the decision.


McGee entered the new era of Oregon football at a new position, converting from running back to wide receiver. McGee drew comparisons to former Oregon legend De’Anthony Thomas because of his size, speed and later mobility.


In Oregon’s 2022 spring game, McGee caught a long touchdown pass on the first offensive play of the game, generating buzz about his potential in an offense led by Kenny Dillingham.


McGee has struggled to produce in Oregon’s new offense, with 11 receptions for 67 yards and no touchdowns. According to PFF, McGee is 20th on the team in total offensive snaps with 101.


The first transfer portal window will open from December 1st to December 15th.


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