Coveted trench talent has visits, decision timeline in mind ahead of critical recruiting stretch
California native wows in Texas 7-on-7 event as programs coast to coast court a commitmentDALLAS -- It was hard to miss Jaden Rashada at the Battle 7v7 tournament in Texas over the weekend.Even on a hot couple of days in a tournament with more than 55 teams in the 18U division and games going on simultaneously throughout a complex -- his frame, the arm or the oohs and ahhs the quarterback induced pulled more viewers in. 30 college programs had already seen enough of the Pittsburg (Calif.) High School star to come through with a scholarship offer and it didn't take long to see why there has been quick buy-in around the 6'4" passer over the last year or so. "It's fun getting out here playing with different people from different parts of the country," Rashada said after his first game with the Miami Immortals squad. The impression was first tangible via his new teammates, particularly wide receivers and tight ends, visually excited after his first few tosses in warm ups.
He also said Nike was one of the main reasons why he chose to attend Oregon.View the original article to see embedded media.Oregon defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux is projected to be one of the top draft prospects selected in the 2022 NFL draft, and he was previously a five-star prospect before entering college. Thibodeaux ultimately decided to play for the Ducks, though he was also heavily recruited by the Crimson Tide. Thibodeaux explained that education was a major factor in his decision to join Oregon rather than Alabama.
He served as Oregon's interim coach at the Alamo Bowl.View the original article to see embedded media.Oregon assistant coach Bryan McClendon is expected to be named Miami's co-offensive coordinator, according to Yahoo's Pete Thamel. McLendon worked with Hurricanes head coach Mario Cristobal at Oregon in 2020 and 2021.
Alamo Bowl: Oregon vs. Oklahoma | Full Game Highlights The Oklahoma Sooners rack up 564 yards of total offense with big games from Kennedy Brooks and Caleb Williams as they take down the Oregon Ducks 47-32 in the Valero Alamo Bowl. ✔️Subscribe to ESPN+ http://espnplus.com/youtube ✔️ Get the ESPN App: http://www.espn.com/espn/apps/espnORE 32, OKL 47
The No. 16-ranked Oklahoma Sooners defeated No. 14 Oregon, 47-32, in San Antonio, Texas to win the 2021 Valero Alamo Bowl.ORE 32, OKL 47
Bob Stoops recollects on the past month coaching Oklahoma to an Alamo Bowl win.ORE 32, OKL 47
Bob Stoops gets the Gatorade bath after leading the Sooners to the Alamo Bowl win over the Ducks.ORE 32, OKL 47
Kennedy Brooks runs for three touchdowns while Caleb Williams throws for three as Oklahoma gets the 47-32 Alamo Bowl win over Oregon.ORE 32, OKL 47
Troy Franklin is able to keep one foot in bounds for the impressive 30-yard touchdown.ORE 32, OKL 47
Anthony Brown sends the ball deep to Dont'e Thornton for the 66-yard touchdown.ORE 32, OKL 47
Anthony Brown sends it deep to Kris Hutson for a 34-yard touchdown on fourth down.ORE 32, OKL 47
Caleb Williams finds Eric Gray who gets into the end zone for a touchdown.ORE 32, OKL 47
Running back Travis Dye gets Oregon's first touchdown of the night with an 11-yard run.ORE 32, OKL 47
Kennedy Brooks makes a man miss and gets into the end zone for a 29-yard touchdown, putting Oklahoma up 30-3 before halftime.ORE 32, OKL 47
Caleb Williams hucks a deep ball to Marvin Mims for the 55-yard Sooners touchdown.ORE 32, OKL 47
Drake Stoops, son of Bob Stoops hauls in the touchdown on the fade route.ORE 32, OKL 47
Oregon's Dont'e Thornton has the pass go off his hands and it is picked off by Oklahoma's Justin Broiles.ORE 32, OKL 47
Kennedy Brooks follows his blockers into the end zone for the 16-yard touchdown.ORE 32, OKL 47
He was given permission from Mike Tomlin to take his new job immediately.View the original article to see embedded media.The Steelers will allow offensive line coach Adrian Klemm to head back to the college ranks, where he will join Dan Lanning’s staff at Oregon, the team has confirmed. The move was first reported by ESPN’s Adam Rittenberg, with Yahoo’s Pete Thamel confirming Monday that Klemm was given permission to take the new job immediately by Steelers coach Mike Tomlin on Monday.Klemm will take over a host of duties with the Ducks program, serving as offensive line coach and run game coordinator.
The defensive coordinator has secured his first head coaching job out west.View the original article to see embedded media.Kirby Smart released a statement on Saturday night as news broke that Oregon hired UGA defensive coordinator Dan Lanning as its next head coach. "We are so happy for Dan and his family.
The Ducks are set to tab the 35-year-old to his first head coaching job.View the original article to see embedded media.After losing coach Mario Cristobal to Miami earlier this week, Oregon football reportedly has its next coach.
Friday evening brought serious conflicting reports over the state of the Ducks job.View the original article to see embedded media.For a moment, it appeared that Oregon football had its new coach.
Mario Cristobal is reportedly leaving Oregon to coach Miami.View the original article to see embedded media.Tanner Bailey, a four-star quarterback from Gordo, Ala., has decommitted from Oregon in the wake of Mario Cristobal's departure. News broke on Monday morning that Cristobal was reportedly leaving to become the coach at Miami, his alma mater. Cristobal went 35–13 in four seasons at Oregon and won Pac-12 titles in 2019 and 2020 before losing to Utah in the Pac-12 championship Friday."First and foremost, I would like to thank God for giving me the opportunity to play this great game of football," Bailey posted on Twitter.
Mario Cristobal is leaving Oregon to become the next coach at Miami.View the original article to see embedded media.Mario Cristobal is leaving Oregon to become Miami's new coach, according to reports from Matt Zenitz of On3 and Jon Wilner of The Mercury News. On Sunday, Sports Illustrated's Ross Dellenger reported that Miami gave Cristobal a deadline of Monday at 12 p.m.
The Hurricanes are fiercely pursuing the Ducks football coach, according to multiple sources.View the original article to see embedded media.Miami is fiercely pursuing Oregon football coach Mario Cristobal to become the next head coach of the Hurricanes football program, according to multiple sources.The Miami Herald reported on Friday that Miami remains optimistic about its chances of hiring Cristobal over the coming days, with a potential announcement for its next coach coming before Tuesday.