When Jovon Bouknight accepted Oregon football’s offer to replace Michael Johnson as the Ducks’ wide receivers coach, he knew his top priority would be development. Now, nearly a week into spring practice, Bouknight and the Ducks’ wideouts are continuing their progress towards replacing the program’s single season record holder in receiving yards in Dillon Mitchell. While Bouknight is searching for those that he can trust, Oregon’s offensive line coach, Alex Mirabal, has the luxury of one of the nation’s most experienced group leading by example. But despite returning its entire group, Mirabal and the Ducks’ are looking forward to building a rotation along the offensive line to prepare them for the years to come. Listen below as Mirabal, Bouknight, along with starting quarterback Justin Herbert discuss the Ducks’ progress in the spring so far.
Quarterback Justin Herbert
Offensive Line Coach Alex Mirabal
Wide Receivers’ Coach Jovon Bouknight