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September 22, 2021 Morning Edition: Oregon Football News Roundup

This is your Oregon Stats, News, Rumors, and Commentary Roundup for the Morning of September 22, 2021.


Oregon Ducks 2021 Recruiting Class

Name High School Position Height Weight Stars Rating Hometown
Kingsley Suamataia Orem OT 6’5″ 280.0 4 0.9831 Orem, UT
Ty Thompson Mesquite PRO 6’4″ 215.0 4 0.9808 Gilbert, AZ
Troy Franklin Menlo-Atherton WR 6’2″ 170.0 4 0.9810 Menlo Park, CA
Dont’e Thornton Mount Saint Joseph WR 6’4″ 185.0 4 0.9721 Baltimore, MD
Bram Walden Saguaro OT 6’4″ 270.0 4 0.9625 Scottsdale, AZ
Keith Brown Lebanon ILB 6’1″ 220.0 4 0.9488 Lebanon, OR
Avante Dickerson Westside CB 6’0″ 170.0 4 0.9443 Omaha, NE
Jaylin Davies Mater Dei CB 6’1″ 165.0 4 0.9350 Santa Ana, CA
Seven McGee East APB 5’8″ 185.0 4 0.9350 Rochester, NY
Moliki Matavao Liberty TE 6’6″ 240.0 4 0.9325 Henderson, NV
Isaiah Brevard Southaven WR 6’4″ 200.0 4 0.9263 Southaven, MS
Byron Cardwell Morse RB 6’0″ 203.0 4 0.9227 San Diego, CA
Jackson Light Corner Canyon OC 6’3″ 284.0 4 0.9217 Draper, UT
Terrance Ferguson Heritage TE 6’5″ 230.0 4 0.9136 Littleton, CO
Daymon David Franklin S 6’1″ 178.0 4 0.9135 Reisterstown, MD
Jonah Miller Sahuaro OG 6’6″ 260.0 4 0.9040 Tucson, AZ
Jonathan Flowe Upland OLB 6’1″ 200.0 4 0.9002 Upland, CA
Keanu Williams Clovis SDE 6’5″ 290.0 4 0.8958 Clovis, CA
Jeffrey Bassa Kearns S 6’3″ 200.0 4 0.8937 Salt Lake City, UT
Terrell Tilmon Mansfield Timberview WDE 6’4″ 210.0 3 0.8776 Arlington, TX
Jabril McNeill Sanderson OLB 6’4″ 225.0 3 0.8716 Raleigh, NC
Darren Barkins Mater Dei Catholic CB 6’0″ 170.0 3 0.8647 Chula Vista, CA
Brandon Buckner Chandler OLB 6’1″ 234.0 3 0.8614 Chandler, AZ


Oregon Ducks 2022 Recruiting Class

Name High School Position Height Weight Stars Rating Hometown
Andre Dollar Mustang TE 6’5″ 230 4 0.8974 Mustang, OK
Emar’rion Winston Central Catholic OLB 6’3″ 220 4 0.8911 Portland, OR


Now onto the News, Rumors, and Commentary…

“Matt Prehm has covered Oregon football, basketball, and recruiting since 2009 and during that time he’s covered three different head coaching searches by Oregon football, a Final Four in basketball, two different national championship games for Oregon football, and 10 recruiting cycles for both football and basketball. Who will win? Matt Prehm, Erik Skopil, and Jared Mack of DuckTerritory.com discuss the games of this week in the Pac-12 Conference and then make our picks straight up and against the spread. Our podcasts are always heavy on Oregon football but we make it a point to also try and cover Oregon men’s and women’s basketball, recruiting for both sports, and any other major storyline in the world of Oregon athletics. Erik Skopil has worked for DuckTerritory since December of 2016 and has covered a head coaching search for football, while also covering Oregon football’s regular season, basketball, women’s basketball, softball, and recruiting for all those sports.”

Above is the summary of: PODCAST: Picking this week’s Pac-12 Football Games… tap or click to check out the full article.

“There were 24 former Oregon players listed on the current 2021 NFL rosters. Tired of football yet? Yeah, didn’t think so! We’re now on to week two of recapping how Oregon’s NFL players. Here’s a look at Oregon’s NFL highlights from Week 2. While not all of those players will make the 53-man roster, some will be part of the 16 member practice squad NFL teams are able to carry for the 2020 season.”

Above is the summary of: NFL Pro Ducks Recap: Week 2… tap or click to check out the full article.

“:36 – Probably the wrong read by the freshman QB – the unblocked DE stays inside and is obviously capable of hitting the back since he does so, and if the QB had kept it the man coverage to the field has opened so wide he could walk into the endzone. :41 – On the next drive Dorlus is on the weak side and lined up outside the LT, and this is proper technique – right leverage, not getting too far upfield. 1:01 – Much better technique on the next drive from James – he turns his hips only when the receiver commits to going deep and stays in close contact the whole way, working the WR to the sideline and preventing him from getting over to the ball. Some examples to illustrate: :00 – This is exactly what the coverage structure we saw DeRuyter employ at Cal and other stops is supposed to generate – Sewell is in the throwing lane and either tips the ball or at least forces the QB to work around him, James is off but in contact to bait the throw but prevent the receiver from getting over to the ball, and McKinley as the high safety is not so high that he can’t drive on the pass to scoop it up.”

Above is the summary of: Duck Tape: Film Review of Week 3, 2021 vs Stony Brook… tap or click to check out the full article.

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