Earlier this month, it was reported that Oregon would lose cornerback Chris Seisay to transfer going into the 2016 season. Not only has Seisay found himself a new home, but he will be swapping positions as well.
It was reported by Craig Birnbach of KATU-TV in Portland that Seisay had landed at Portland State and would be transitioning back to wide receiver for the Vikings. Head coach Bruce Barnam had some interesting comments on the player making the move to the FCS, where he will be eligible to play immediately.
— Craig Birnbach (@CraigBirnbach) August 31, 2016
“To go from that place to here, you better really love football,” Barnum. “That’s a penthouse down there. This is more like a tree fort.”
Seisay was a three-star recruit of Oregon in 2013, when he redshirted. He played in 15 games in 2014, starting three, and started two of the first five games of the year in 2015 before going down with an injury.
He will have two years left to play at Portland State.
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