Oregon’s 51-27 drubbing over Utah came with a steep price.
One of my all-time favorite Ducks, center Hroniss Grasu, didn’t pop right up after one of his patented pocket blocks.
Inching closer to the edge of my favorite recliner at the fire station, I found myself saying… “Why him?!”
Least we forget tight end Pharaoh Brown who still resides in a hospital room in enemy territory, #GETWELL85.
It’s moments like the present where we as the body of Lightning Yellow and Thunder Green rally, next man up!
Oregon commit P.J. Locke (3-Star/Beaumont, TX) recently released a new highlight tape. Locke may end up being a steal in this upcoming class as the versatile defender is the truest example of a ball hawk.
For Locke highlights, please click here.
Oregon’s hold on the Hawaiian recruiting picture is rapidly tightening. Over 2,500 miles to the south, the Ducks appear to be dipping into a new recruiting trail along the beaches of American Somoa. Athlete Logan Tago (NR/Pago Pago, Samoana) is only recently gaining exposure as distance conceals this region.
“I’m very interested in Oregon,” said Tago. “I would love to visit them… (They’ve) been showing interest.”
A lanky, but solid 6-foot-3, 230 lb. Jack-of-All-Trades, Tago most likely projects as a linebacker at the collegiate level.
“I’m always on the field. I love it. My coaches tell me I don’t give up until the whistle blows and I’m a strong tackler.”
No telling as of yet if Tago will be stateside in the near future. However, with Oregon’s strong island connection, Tago would be quick to accept an invitation to visit Eugene.
For Tago highlights, please click here.
For up-to-the-minute recruiting news, please visit our friends at Duck Territory, who graciously provide FishDuck.com with in-depth analysis and player-generated material. Look for my latest recruiting update every Wednesday. WTD!!!
Top photo by Kevin Cline
Mark Flores, a Salem, OR resident, is a Firefighter/Paramedic and an avid Oregon Ducks fan. Prior to the fire service, Flores, a graduate of nearby Corban University, spent over seven years in professional journalism including a stint at the Statesman Journal in Salem and held the position of Sports Editor for the Hilltop News (Corban). A career transition however never dampened his love of writing and FishDuck is now his source to share his love of Mighty Oregon. Flores brings detailed knowledge of Oregon recruiting to the FishDuck team and welcomes your feedback.
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