For the sixth time the past three months, a playing member of the Oregon football program has decided to fly the Ducks coop.
The latest to leave Eugene is Oshay Dunmore, who 247Sports.com reports is transferring out to an undetermined location. No reason for the decision to move on from the Ducks was given, and UO, for what’s it’s worth, has yet to confirm the departure.
Dunmore was a three-star member of Oregon’s 2012 recruiting class, rated as the No. 4 player at any position in the state of Oregon. After redshirting as a true freshman, Dunmore played in 10 games in 2013.
Also joining Dunmore on the UO transfer train are linebacker Tyrell Robinson and defensive back Eric Amoako this month; quarterbacks Damion Hobbs and Jake Rodrigues last month; and wide receiver Tony Dungy in March.