#67 Roy Schuening
Offensive Guard/Tackle
6-4 • 320 • 4 letters
Pendleton, Ore. (Pendleton HS)
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Career Overview: Schuening (shoe-ning) concluded his collegiate career as one of the best offensive lineman in OSU history…he played both tackle and guard at OSU and started a school record 50 straight games, all consecutively…2007 Pac-10 First Team honors and named to the Pro Football Weekly All-America squad…2007 ESPN All-Mayday Team selection…helped the program play in three bowl gmes, all victories…invited to play in the 2008 Senior Bowl…key blocker on memorable two-point conversion game-winning play in 2006 Sun Bowl…played in some of OSU’s biggest games, including defeating then No. 2 California in Berkeley in ’07 and ending USC’s 27-game Pac-10 Conference winning streak in ’06…his blocking assisted Beaver tailback Yvenson Bernard finish his career with the sixth-highest rushing total in conference history with 3,862 yards…2005 and 2006 Pac-10 Honorable Mention selection…Sporting News All-Freshman Team in 2004…redshirt in 2003…three-year starter on offense and defense at Pendleton HS…SuperPrep Magazine All-Western Region Team as a senior…majored in agriculture.

Oregon State (2003-07)

2007: Schuening (shoe-ning) possesses a strong work ethic that has enabled him to be one of the best guards in the country…started a school record 50 straight games…Pac-10 Conference First Team selection…ESPN All-Mayday Team selection…played in Senior Bowl.

2006: Pac-10 Conference Honorable Mention selection – the entire starting offensive line earned postseason honors…part of a unit that returned all five starters…rated the 12th best guard in the country by Sporting News…was the lead blocker on Yvenson Bernard’s two-point conversion run in the Sun Bowl.

2005: Roy was a 2005 Pac-10 Honorable Mention selection, one of three Beaver returning offensive linemen to earn postseason honors…started all 11 games.

2004:** Roy started all 12 games as a redshirt-freshman…named to the Sporting News All-Freshman team…helped Oregon State rank seventh in the nation for pass offense at 308.8 yards per game.

2003: Redshirt.


A three-year starter on offense and defense…his position coach was Kyle Rosselle, a four-year letterman (1998-2001) defensive lineman at OSU…Schuening was an All-Intermountain League selection as a junior and senior and was the league’s Lineman of the Year in 2002…was the most valuable lineman at the OSU and Oregon summer camps in 2002…second team all-state on defense and honorable mention on offense as a senior…SuperPrep Magazine Western All-Region team and ranked third on its list of top athletes for the state of Oregon and Washington…for his defensive career he had 114 tackles and 17 sacks…lettered two years in wrestling and three in track…broke the school record in the shot put with a toss of 56-6 as a senior…received two votes on the Long Beach Press Telegram Best in the West list…played in the Les Schwab Oregon Bowl in 2003.


Born in Pendleton, Oregon…son of Ron Schuening and Renae Graton…Ron is a truck driver and Renae is a teacher…has two sisters, Kelly and Carly…enjoys hunting and fishing…chose OSU because of the “atmosphere, town, and the coaching staff”…majoring in general agriculture and is on track to graduate in March.

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