Oregon is loading up for another run. And everyone wants to stay in the boat.

On Saturday, tight end Terrance Ferguson announced he has decided to return for the 2024 season, joining a lengthy list of impact Ducks who are putting off the NFL and running it back in Eugene. Ferguson has just one final season of eligibility remaining.


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Ferguson is three touchdowns shy of the all-time program record for career receiving touchdowns by a tight end. Through his first three seasons in Eugene, Ferguson has appeared in 41 games and recorded 91 receptions for 946 yards and 13 touchdowns.

This season, Ferguson was an All-Pac-12 First Team selection after bringing in 42 receptions for 414 yards and six touchdowns.

With Tez Johnson, Traeshon Holden, and Gary Bryant Jr. also returning next season as well, Oregon will have four of its top five pass-catchers back for the Dillon Gabriel-led offense.

He’ll join Patrick Herbert and Kenyon Sadiq in the tight end room. The 2024 class is also bringing freshmen Roger Saleapaga and A.J. Pugliano into the fold.