Oregon Football Recruiting Analysis: Spring Cleaning

Jason Fowler

Jason Fowler

Jason, born and raised in central Oregon, first noticed college football when his older brother attended the University of Oregon. Jason studied English at Southern Oregon University and enjoyed cheering for the school’s team, but longed for that major college game-day experience. That desire slowly blossomed into a fanatical passion for the national feel of college football, especially defending the Pac-12 while challenging conferences like the SEC to step up. He has spent five years expounding on the differences between the two conferences on his blog, buzzbrother2-pac10football.blogspot.com, set up solely for that purpose. Following the Ducks' recruiting progress in the off-season has made college football a year-round hobby for him. He now resides in Spokane, Washington with his incredibly patient, non-football-fan wife and three children, and works as an MRI Technologist. He can be reached at buzzbrother2@msn.com.

  • worldwidewebfoot

    All true. I would add two points. First, we need to trust the evaluations of the coaches in recruiting: remember that Hroniss Grasu, Marcus Mariota, and others were all 3 stars when they were high school recruits. Second, I would point to the lack on the defensive side. So far, of 11 recruits for 2015, 9 are offensive players and only 2 on defense (although admittedly pretty good ones.)

  • hokieduck

    Give me at least one true big dog D lineman. I will be happy.