The Oregon Ducks know how important recruiting will be this cycle to improve their conference standing. So Oregon Warren Thompson became one of Oregon’s signature commits!
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Thompson holds a ton of offers from a ton of national programs, including Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Penn State and Wisconsin, but the Seffner (Fla.) athlete decided to head on up to the Pacific Northwest. Here are the highlights for Thompson.
The 6’3” 196 pound Thompson is rated as the nation’s no.55 player and no.9 wide receiver. He’s the latest in a string of talent from Armwood that includes Malcom Lamar, rated the no.3 defensive end in the country by Scout, and 3-star linebacker James Miller, both of whom Oregon has been pursuing. Darrian McNeal of Oregon’s 2017 class also hails from the talent-laden high school.
Having a direct connection to a school brimming with talent in Florida could end up paying major dividends for the Ducks, who until the signing of Taggart didn’t have much of a pipeline to recruits from the southernmost state while scouring the other top two recruiting pools of California and Texas.