Athlete impressed by Oregon offense

Chris Seisay is going to play defensive back at Oregon but the American Canyon, Calif., athlete also lines up at receiver so he admired how the Ducks got after it last weekend in their win over USC.
"I watched the game," Seisay said. "I watched it at home with my family.
"I feel like those are the two most explosive offenses in the country so I knew it was going to be a high-scoring game. I knew they would have to depend on the defense to make stops."
The 6-foot-2, 175-pound three-star prospect said he was especially excited to see Oregon's offense go up and down the field and score 62 points.
Seisay said the blocking from the offensive line and the wide receivers opened things up and helped the offense move so quickly.
"The line and the receivers were blocking too well," Seisay said.
"That's how Kenjon Barner got all those yards. That's crazy. That's a big difference for Oregon. When receivers block then that's more space for running backs to get yards. Our coach emphasizes blocking for the running backs, too."
Seisay, who has already taken his official visit to Oregon, has been committed to the Ducks since June and is not interested in hearing from other programs.
Cal and some others continue to recruit him but the American Canyon standout said he's not interested one bit.
"It's slowed down," Seisay said. "I talked to my coach and he's called all the schools that are talking to me and told them I'm committed and I don't want to talk to any other schools.
"Some schools are sending me letters but it's nothing special. Nothing is hand-written so I don't really talk to anyone. Cal said they're still interested in me but I'm not going to talk to anyone at all."