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Oregon Ducks Football: Who Is Dorian Brew?

Alex Heining Editorials

After a long offseason of transfers, NFL exits, and the resurgence of talent overall on the Oregon Ducks’ football roster, we stand to gain some of the best players available at the high school level. Our newest cornerback Dorian Brew joins the Ducks as the latest 5-star on the roster. He has elite athleticism, fantastic ball skills, and is a more than willing tackler. 

He currently sits at the no.15 spot on our all-time recruiting list and as the best defensive back to ever be recruited to the Ducks. Just slightly above Dontae Manning who he will likely be following in the footsteps of next year. Brew has the perfect opportunity to learn from some of the best DBs in the country and take their place, as Oregon welcomes Jabbar Muhammad from Washington to the roster as well. While players like Manning, Muhammad, and even Trikweze Bridges (who transferred in the offseason), have left/will have left the Ducks by the time Brew joins the roster, they set the standard for elite play to dominate in the Big-10 against top receivers. 

We really need the help entering the BIG-10 to lockdown some of the best receivers in the country. We host Ohio State this year, which barring LSU or Alabama, has been “Wide Receiver U” for the better part of 10 years. The likes of Michael Thomas, Garrett Wilson, Chris Olave, Jaxon Smith-Njigba, and Marvin Harrison Jr. have all made it to the NFL and been/are projected to be elite receivers. This bodes for a long road ahead in Oregon territory, despite having elite corners all over the roster. Fans and analysts alike will be closely watching the team’s performance, with many placing their bets on sportfogadó oldalak, expecting Brew to make an immediate impact as soon as he joins, and be a commanding presence on the defense.

We really need the help entering the BIG-10 to lock-down some of the best receivers in the country. We host Ohio State this year, which barring LSU or Alabama, has been “Wide Receiver U” for the better part of 10 years. The likes of Michael Thomas, Garrett Wilson, Chris Olave, Jaxon Smith-Njigba, and Marvin Harrison Jr. have all made it to the NFL and been/are projected to be elite receivers. This bodes for a long road ahead in Oregon territory, despite having elite corners all over the roster.

Who are you looking forward to watching in 2024? Who’s your favorite recruit for the future that should set themselves apart for the Ducks? Let us know in the FishDuck Forum with decorum.

GO DUCKS!

Alex Heining
Los Angeles, California
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