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Blake Ferras

| | College: Oregon
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2008 Season

Appeared in seven games as a reserve on the defensive line … Played 21 snaps vs. Arizona and 19 at Washington State … Posted his lone tackle against the Wildcats … Arrived on campus in time for spring practices, but missed the majority of drills with an ankle sprain.

2005 Season

Redshirted at Idaho.

Junior College

The three-star Rivals.com and Scout.com prospect captained the Rams last season and was one of the defensive anchors for a program that won the California Community College state championship with a 31-28 triumph over Mt. San Antonio College. Program also crowned Junior College national champions at end of 2007 season. Credited with 25 tackles, eight tackles for loss and four quarterback sacks in 10 games, including a season-high six stops and three TFLs in state championship finale. Also recovered three fumbles in opener vs. Solano. Described as possessing the strength to stop the run, yet the athletic skills

to apply pressure to the quarterback.

High School

Leland HS co-leader in sacks (4.0) as a prep senior was the team's fourth leading tackler, posting 79 tackles, and recovering one fumble. Th e Chargers' most valuable defensive player was a first-team all-Santa Teresa League choice following the 2004 campaign. At the conclusion of his senior year, was selected to play in the Charlie Wedemeyer All-Star Football Game, where he blocked an extra point in helping the South All-Stars clinch a come-from-behind victory.


Born Blake Daniel Ferras on Nov. 10, 1986 in San Jose, Calif. Parents: Dan and Liza Ferras. Family: One brother.

Latest News
09/18/2009 - SCOUTING THE DEFENSE: Coach Chip Kelly was unhappy with the missed tackles in last week's narrow victory over Purdue, saying that will be an emphasis of practice. "We just need to be fundamentally sound and continue to emphasize it in our defensive drills," Kelly said. Tackling could become an issue against new Utah starting quarterback Terrance Cain, who is a pass-run threat, throwing for 248 yards and rushing for 69 last week against San Jose State. Utah RB Matt Asiata is a power runner who is averaging 125 yards per game this season, although he is ailing because of a shoulder injury. Oregon coach Chip Kelly was especially disappointed with the Ducks' nine penalties against Purdue, five of which came on special teams. "We can't be a nine-penalty situation," he said. "We're just hurting ourselves in those situations." PLAYERS TO WATCH: DT Blake Ferras - The 6-6, 290-pounder is a big body in the middle of the line, and he has 11 tackles in two games this season. He'll have to plug that middle against Utah's power running game, which includes Matt Asiata, if healthy this week. If not, the Utes will go with Sausan Shakerin and Eddie Wide in the backfield.

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