Hometown hero Justin Herbert grew up in Eugene admiring the Ducks and loving football. Starting his collegiate career as a freshman in 2017, Herbert was destined for greatness with the Ducks.
He won the William V. Campbell trophy in his senior year which recognizes an individual as a football player for his academic success, football performance, and community leadership.
Herbert helped the Ducks score 108 touchdowns in his four years, with 95 passing TDs and only 23 interceptions.
The beloved quarterback boasts Oregon’s record for most career touchdown passes (54) and passing yards (5,904) inside Autzen Stadium. Herbert was named as the Offensive MVP in the Ducks’ Rose Bowl victory in 2020.
He was drafted by the Chargers and has remained with Los Angeles since. While his team hasn’t found great success in the NFL, he has racked up 125 total touchdowns and 18,134 all-purpose yards.