Deommodore Lenoir is opting out of the 2020 college football season and will begin to prepare for the NFL season.
For the second day in a row another Oregon Football player opted out. This week Penei Sewell opted out and now, Lenoir made his decision. Lenoir has started in 27 consecutive games, and made his decision via twitter earlier.
Lenoir was the number 1 rated athlete when leaving high school. The Salesian High School graduate was the 5th rated cornerback when leaving high school. He was a beast on both sides of the ball in high school. He did it all. He carried the ball 108 times and rushed for 1,172 yards scoring 17 touchdowns. He also scored 7 receiving touchdowns adding another 663 yards threw the air. He did not stop there though, he threw the ball for 595 yards and had 5 passing touchdowns. As a defender, he finished with 1 interception and made 52 tackles.
Last year, Deommodore played on the Pac-12’s Second Team All-Conference team. He started all 14 games and finished with 47 tackles, and seven pass break-ups. He has five career interceptions and all of them have come against his divisional foes.