Recruiting Update: Year of FCS Graduate Transfer 2.0?

Mark Flores Recruiting Leave a Comment

With the quarterback position still a very big question mark heading into the upcoming year, Oregon appears poised to take a serious look at another FCS graduate transfer. Coming by way of Vernon Adam’s FCS conference, rival signal caller Dakota Prukop (NR/Bozeman, Mont.) will be in Eugene this coming weekend for a visit with Oregon’s coaching staff.

A 6-foot-2, 190-pound dual-threat, Prukop would be the second tourniquet used in as many seasons due to a considerable lack of depth behind center.

Check out Charles Fischer’s in-depth coverage of Prukop by clicking here.

Also of note is Oregon’s recent surge into the recruiting fray following the conclusion of the regular season.

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