Oregon sophomore kicker Henry Katleman replaces Camden Lewis on PATs


It didn’t take long for the Oregon Ducks offense to get into the endzone against rival Oregon State on Friday evening in Corvallis, Oregon. 

Sophomore quarterback Tyler Shough found senior wide receiver Jaylon Redd 37 yards out and Redd bounced off a few tackles on his way into the endzone. It was a scripted first drive that resulted in six points. 

Instead of Camden Lewis running out with the field goal unit for the extra point, Henry Katleman was the one to lead the team out into formation.

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Lewis, a 6’0”, 203-pound kicker from Charlotte, North Carolina, has been up-and-down throughout his two-year career at Oregon. This season, Lewis is 5-for-5 on PATs and 1-for-4 on field goals. His longest of the season was 23 yards so far. 

Katleman is a 5’10”, 204-kicker from Malibu High School in Topanga, California. 

The Ducks haven’t attempted a field goal yet as of the time of this published article, but so far Katleman is 2-for-2 on PATs against Oregon State. 

*Updated as of 6:13 PM (PT). Katleman hits a 33-yard field goal, the first of his collegiate career, to put the Ducks up 24-13 just before halftime.

Lewis has remained the Ducks’ kicker for kickoffs.