2017 Morris Trophy offensive winner Tyrell Crosby made the most of his senior season at Oregon. Some scouts expected Crosby to declare for the NFL draft after his junior season. But a broken foot suffered in the third game of the 2016 season led to those plans being shelved. Crosby came back for his senior year, started every game for the Ducks, and was named first team All Pac-12. Crosby played in the Senior Bowl and was selected in the fifth round of the 2018 NFL draft by the Detroit Lions. He is only the second Oregon Duck offensive lineman to win the Morris Trophy, joining Adam Snyder who won in 2004.