We're in the middle of the second week of Oregon's fall camp, and it's time to take another look at how the Ducks have progressed thus far.
This time, it'll be in the form of a stock report. Who has exceeded expectations and made positive impressions during the first week-and-a-half? Conversely, who hasn't quite performed at the level that the coaches had hoped?
It's important to note that this update is simply a look at some general trends over the first couple of weeks. Someone's "stock" today has little bearing on what the entire 2013 season will look like, and with only a few tidbits to go off each day, the sky isn't necessarily falling for the members of the "stock down" list. Meanwhile, a Heisman may not necessarily be in the near future of those whose stock is rising.
Still, it's always fun to gauge where things stand and get excited about who's potentially gearing up for a breakout season.
As a final note, many of your usual suspects have rising stock—De'Anthony Thomas, Marcus Mariota and Ifo Ekpre-Olomu. Unless you hear otherwise, it's safe to assume those three, along with several other big-name players, are doing just fine.
Take a look at the Oregon Ducks' Week 2 practice stock report.
All information courtesy of Rob Moseley's blog at GoDucks.com, unless otherwise noted. This piece was published before any reports from Thursday's practice.