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Oregon transfer DB Kodi DeCambra commits to UNLV Rebels

Oregon transfers defensive back Kodi DeCambra who is committed to the UNLV Rebels. He announced the news on his Twitter page on Sunday evening.

During his freshman campaign with the Ducks, Decambra played in one game while redshirting. He made his college football debut in the team’s season opener against Portland State, playing just six defensive snaps.

Born in Hawaii, Decambra played his high school in the prestigious Bishop Gorman football facility (Las Vegas, Nevada). The Gaels have long been one of the nation’s elite high school football programs. Decambra was named to the Under Armor All-American Game. He guided Bishop Gorman to a 13-1 record as a senior and back-to-back NIAA 5A state championship titles in 2021 and 2022. The gifted corner finished with 34 tackles, two interceptions and three pass deflections his senior year.

He competed in elite competition and recorded seven tackles against the Mater Dei Monarchs (California), another of the top football programs in the country.

As a junior in 2021, he earned second-team All-Region honors from the Las Vegas Review Journal after guiding the Gaels to a 12-1 record en route to a state crown. Decambra finished the season with 28 tackles, two interceptions and three pass deflections. He finished the year with multiple tackles in nine games.

As a sophomore, he recovered a fumble and returned it for a touchdown in their COVID-shortened season. As a highly touted prospect, Decambra chose the Ducks over offers from Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Hawaii, Oregon State, Stanford, UNLV, Washington, Washington State and UCLA.

Oregon had another remarkably successful season under Dan Lanning in Eugene. The Ducks finished with a 12-2 overall record, which included a memorable 45-6 thrashing of the Liberty Flames in the Vrbo Fiesta Bowl. Oregon quarterback Bo Nix put together two of the best seasons by a quarterback in Duck football history. And he ended his career in grand fashion in the Fiesta Bowl. He completed 28 of 35 passes for 363 yards and five touchdowns in the blowout.

Nix forever etched his name in the record books in Eugene, finishing this year with 4,508 passing yards and 45 passing touchdowns. by Marcus Mariota records of 4,454 passing yards and 42 passing touchdowns.