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Ricky Havili-Heimuli, DT

School: Oregon  |  Conference: PAC12
College Experience: Senior  |  Hometown: Glendale, UT
Height/Weight: 6-4 / 329 lbs.
Projected Ranking
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Latest News
08/29/2011 - BREAKOUT STAR: DE Ricky Heimuli - The 6-4, 321-pound defensive tackle was one of two true freshmen to play in every game for Oregon last year. The native of Glendale, Utah had nine tackles in 13 games, including three against UCLA. Heimuli considered leaving after the season for a religious mission, but instead chose to return to the Ducks this fall. He is expected to compete for a starting spot on the defensive line. - The Sports Xchange

06/03/2011 - Oregon got good news when DT Ricky Heimuli decided to postpone a religious mission to return to the Ducks in 2011. The 6-foot-4, 318-pound Heimuli had nine tackles, including one for loss, and broke up one pass while playing in all 13 games as a true freshman last season as part of a deep rotation at that position. He had wavered on his decision to leave or stay until finally making a decision after the national championship game. - The Sports Xchange

01/16/2011 - University of Oregon defensive tackle Ricky Heimuli has informed head coach Chip Kelly that he will forgo his religious mission and remain in Eugene for the 2011 season. The 6-4, 318-pound Glendale, Utah native was credited with nine tackles, including one tackle for loss, and broke up one pass in 13 appearances as a true freshman this season. "This was a personal decision that after I sought opinions from others, I made on my own," Heimuli said. "Playing football at the college level and going to school at Oregon is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. I feel that I have a great thing going. "I love my church and will always put the Lord first in my life but trust that he will lead me along the way. I just don't want to lose this opportunity that is in front of me right now." The Ducks completed the 2010 season with a 12-1 record and a 22-19 setback to Auburn in the BCS National Championship Game. - Oregon football

09/09/2010 - True freshman DT Ricky Heimuli played in the opener and was credited with a pass break-up.

09/02/2010 - True freshman DT Ricky Heimuli is definitely going to play this season for the Ducks, who could lose him after the season for two years. Heimuli is still mulling a decision whether to take a two-year church mission. Other true freshmen to look for this season -- WR Josh Huff, who was a touted all-purpose threat from Aldine, Texas, and RB Dontae Williams from Houston. He seems to be a bit ahead of another big-time running back recruit, speedy Lache Seastrunk.

 
 
Latest News
08/29/2011 - BREAKOUT STAR: DE Ricky Heimuli - The 6-4, 321-pound defensive tackle was one of two true freshmen to play in every game for Oregon last year. The native of Glendale, Utah had nine tackles in 13 games, including three against UCLA. Heimuli considered leaving after the season for a religious mission, but instead chose to return to the Ducks this fall. He is expected to compete for a starting spot on the defensive line. - The Sports Xchange

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