In his three seasons as a Oregon Duck, Bo Lokombo has been a highlight film player, but can he be an every-down stalwart for Nick Aliotti's defense?
Lokombo's always made big plays. He's had some terrific individual games. But playing behind future NFL players like Josh Kaddu, Kiko Alonso, Michael Clay and Dion Jordan, the athletic, talented Bolo has always been a background player for the Ducks, albeit one who shows up in big piles.
Fright night: the Ducks need Bo Lokombo to be a scary sight for opposing quarterbacks in 2013 (Aaron Marineau/Oregon Daily Emerald photo).
The 6-3, 233-lb. outside linebacker caught position coach Don Pellum's early as a high school prospect. Pellum and offensive line coach Steve Greatwood attended one of Lokombo's prep basketball games on a scouting trip. He talked about it with Lucas Clark of the Oregon Daily Emerald.
“He took the baseline and two-hand dunked, and I had no idea that he was that athletic, You can see some t...