- Year: Senior
As a Recruit: Lokombo was recruited from South Eugene (Eugene, OR) class of 2009. He committed to Oregon on 12/26/2008. He was recruited by Steve Greatwood .
2011 — Top reserve linebacker … Totaled 33 tackles (22 solo) in 14 games and returned both of his interceptions for touchdowns, tying the UO single-season record … Recorded five solo stops in victory over Wisconsin in the Rose Bowl … Had one pass breakup and a pair of tackles in win vs. UCLA in the Pac-12 Championship Game … One sack for a 5-yard loss and a pass breakup in victory vs. Oregon State … Recorded one pass breakup and a 40-yard interception for a touchdown, earning honorable mention CFPA LB of the week in win at Stanford … Made three solo tackles in victory at Washington … Scooped up a blocked punt and ran 25 yards for the game’s first touchdown and had three tackles in win over Washington State … One solo tackle in win at Colorado … Four tackles, including three solo stops and one sack for an 8-yard loss vs. Arizona State … Credited with one quarterback hurry in win vs. California … First career forced fumble and four tackles, including one for a 3-yard loss at Arizona … 0.5 TFL for a 2-yard loss, four total tackles in win vs. Missouri State … Career-long 67-yard interception return for a touchdown and three tackles in victory over Nevada … Recovered one fumble and made three stops in loss against LSU … Led all linebackers with a 330-pound power clean, a 2.84-second electronic 20-yard and a 4.84-second electronic 40-yard dash during winter conditioning.
2010 — Played in all 13 games, ranking tenth on the team and fourth among linebackers with 36 tackles … Tied for first in the Pac-10 with three fumble recoveries … Made one solo tackle in the BCS National Championship Game vs. Auburn … Four tackles against both Oregon State and Arizona … Made two stops at Cal and one vs. Washington … Equaled season-high with five tackles, including 0.5 for loss, recovered a fumble and had one pass breakup at USC … Four tackles apiece vs. UCLA and at Washington State … Also had 1.5 TFLs and a breakup against the Cougars … Made two stops in win vs. Stanford … Returned a recovered fumble 32-yards for a back-breaking touchdown in win at Arizona State … Recovered the first fumble of his career vs. Portland State … Totaled two tackles in win at Tennessee … Team-high (tie) five tackles, also broke up a pass in collegiate debut vs. New Mexico … Third-fastest linebacker in the electronic 40-yard dash, clocking 4.89.
2009 — Redshirted his first collegiate season … Selected scout team defensive player of the week following victory over California, as well as squad’s practice player special teams player of the week against Purdue.
BEFORE OREGON — Received votes in the 2009 “Best in the West” by the Long Beach Press-Telegram … A Tacoma News Tribune ‘Northwest Nuggets’ Honorable Mention … A Tacoma News Tribune Northwest 100 selection … Made 47 tackles with four interceptions as a senior at W.J. Mouat Secondary … Named a four-star recruit and the No. 10 middle linebacker prospect in the nation and the No. 5 player overall in the Northwest Hot 100 by Scout.com and a three-star recruit and No. 27 outside linebacker by Rivals.com … The top Canadian recruit according to SuperPrep Magazine … Also played wide receiver and running back in high school … Ran for 1556 yards on 107 carries (14.54 avg.) and 22 touchdowns and caught 37 passes for 728 yards in senior season … Named Provincial AAA Eastern Conference all-Star Offensive MVP … Also returned punts and kickoffs … Has some local connections, as he played his junior season at South Eugene HS, where he tallied more than 50 tackles … Born in the Congo but moved to Montreal in 1996 … Also competed in basketball and track and field.
PERSONAL — Born Boseko Lokombo in Kinslasa, Congo. Parents: Leon and Anne-Marie Lokombo. Family: Four brothers, two sisters. High School (Coach): W.J. Mouat (Dennis Kelly) 2009. Major: Business. Redshirt: 2009.
- Early Enrollee
- Gray Shirt
- Video Highlights
- Medical Redshirt
- Primary (Inactive)
- Secondary (Inactive)
- Keeper (Inactive)