Baylor Introduces RB Lache Seastrunk After Oregon Transfer

Baylor announced Tuesday that Lache Seastrunk has signed a financial aid contract and will enroll in the university and join the football team after transferring from Oregon.

Seastrunk was caught in the middle of Oregon's scandal involving use of Willie Lyles' Texas-based prep scouting service.

Seastrunk grew up in Temple, Texas, which is 35 miles away from Waco, where Baylor is located. Bears' head coach Art Briles said Lache "is back where he needs to be."

Seastrunk came to Oregon has a five-star recruit but redshirted last season. Unhappy with his role in the offense this season and amidst the allegations of the Lyles' controversy, he was granted a waiver to transfer last week.

Seastrunk will request immediate eligibility and, if granted, could be ready to play in just a few weeks, according to Dan Wetzel.

For more on the Oregon Ducks, head over to Addicted to Quack. For updated on Baylor, visit SB Nation Dallas.

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