Oregon updated its online roster on Tuesday ahead of the team’s trip to Los Angeles for Pac-12 Media Day. The season is drawing closer and closer, with the Ducks set to begin fall camp next week.

There are a few position changes to note, one addition from the baseball team, a couple of departures, and a number of walk-ons added to the roster. And, of course, number changes for the new season. Here are some quick notes:

>> Linebacker Adrian Jackson Jr. and cornerback DonJ’Rael Brooks are no longer with the team. Jackson was a 4-star recruit entering his fifth year with the program. After a promising start to his career, he has battled injuries in each of the last three seasons. Brooks was a walk-on that joined the team in 2020 but had yet to appear in a game.

>> Jonathan Flowe is now listed as a defensive back after previously being listed as a linebacker.

>> Jake Shipley has moved from defensive end to defensive tackle.

>> Terrell Tilmon has moved from outside linebacker to tight end.

>> Jackson Powers-Johnson is listed both as an offensive and defensive lineman. He played both ways for the Ducks last season. At the outset of spring ball, he was seen working with the defensive line, but reps along the offensive side came later in the period. It looks like the new coaching staff is still working to decide where he’s best suited to play.

>> Punter Tom Snee has left the team. He announced on Instagram on Monday that he was stepping away to focus on his mental health, writing that he has struggled with depression “for a number of years now.” Snee wrote, “It got to a point earlier this year where I was really close to taking my life.” He said this is something he feels he needs to do. He was the Ducks’ starting punter each of the last two seasons.

>> Bryce Boettcher, an outfielder for the Ducks’ baseball program, has joined the football team as a defensive back.

>> Incoming transfers who were summer arrivals have their numbers. Minnesota tailback Mar’Keise Irving will wear No. 0. Texas A&M wideout Caleb Chapman has No. 19. Nebraska defensive linemen Casey Rogers and Jordon Riley will wear No. 98 and No. 91, respectively. Temple punter Adam Barry has No. 93. Kicker Andrew Boyle has No. 98.

>> The walk-on class includes:

  • QB Jake Van Dyne
  • QB Marcus Sanders
  • RB Brison Cobbins
  • RB Ellish Bynum
  • RB Preston Alford
  • TE Peter Burke
  • WR Kade Wisher Jr.
  • WR Cole Prusia
  • WR Michael Jennings
  • WR Darrian Anderson
  • OL Holden Whipple
  • OL Brayden Zolkoske
  • LB Elijah Williams
  • DB Zach Grisham
  • DB Bryce Boettcher
  • DB Dominic Stephens
  • DB DJ Beckum
  • DB Rayquan Williams
  • P Ross James