For all the concerns about replacing Marcus Mariota at quarterback, Oregon’s situation at cornerback might have been even more of an unknown entering 2015. That is, until Seisay’s lock-down postseason, which makes it reasonable to project one sure thing at corner entering the offseason. The return of Daniels and Robinson gives the Ducks two athletic, experienced safeties, with the potential of Williams and Oliver behind them. The big question is the other starter at corner, and also depth there. The first could be answered by Springs; position coach John Neal really pushed him in practices this year, trying to get the most out of the former top recruit. The latter issue could be resolved in part by incoming freshman Ugo Amadi, who is already enrolled, and also McGraw, who is essentially starting off his career this winter.
■ Chantel Jennings looks at the final Pac-12 quarterback power ranking where you'll find Marcus Mariota at #1 in not just the conference but all of college football.
■ Andrew Greif looks at how the NFL draft boards stack up for the Ducks.
■ Andrew Nemec reaches #1 in his top ten recruits this year where you'll find Canton Kaumatule.
■ Dale Newton looks ahead to National Signing Day for recruits and tries to read between the lines.
■ Dennis Dodd says the NFL may be unbeatable but college football had a better year and Oregon is part of the reason.
■ Rob Moseley says the starting rotation for the baseball team is shaping up.