These 11 Duck football players graduated from University of Oregon on Saturday

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At long last, these members of the Oregon football team can throw their hats in the air and celebrate being done with school. What a feeling.

The celebration has to be extra sweet for this graduating class, as well, after having to endure a year of distance learning and COVID restriction throughout campus. Saying that they’d be happy to have that part of their lives behind them is probably an understatement.

While their time in the class working towards a degree may be over, most are still working towards the ultimate goal of winning a championship with the Ducks on the gridiron, something that they will give one last push for this season. Here are the 11 Oregon graduates from the football team that we are celebrating today:

WR Johnny Johson III

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Graduated with a degree in Art.

WR Jaylon Redd

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Graduated with a degree in Sociology.

TE DJ Johnson

Troy Wayrynen-USA TODAY Sports

Graduated with a degree in General Social Sciences.

LS Peyton Yanagi

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Graduated with a degree in Applied Economics, Business, and Society.

QB Brad Yaffe

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Graduated with a degree in Applied Economics, Business, and Society.

OL Ryan Walk

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Graduated with a degree in Math.

WR Jack Vecchi

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Graduated with a degree in General Social Sciences

LB Sampson Niu

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Graduated with a degree in General Social Sciences.

RB KJ Maduike

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Graduated with a degree in Journalism

OL Alex Forsyth

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Graduated with a degree in Journalism.

CB Jordan Adeyemi-John

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Graduated with a degree in Journalism.

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