As spring football practices are in full swing around the country, ESPN has named Oregon Ducks quarterback Justin Herbert among the top players to watch in the Pac-12.
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If Herbert can stay healthy — he missed five games as a sophomore because of a shoulder injury — he might be a legitimate Heisman Trophy contender. He threw for 1,983 yards with 15 touchdowns and five interceptions in 2017, and the Ducks went 6-2 with him in the lineup.
Other Pac-12 players listed include Washington’s Myles Gaskin and Arizona’s Khalil Tate.
Herbert is entering his third year with the team, as well as his third head coach in Mario Cristobal.
Here’s what Herbert had to say about the start of Oregon’s spring season two weeks ago:
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