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Isaiah Brevard was being pursued hard by Georgia and the Bulldogs were believed the favorite for his services. However, that was until the school he was waiting on let him know his offer was commit-able.
Oregon let him know after Xavier Worthy started trending towards Michigan. Nevertheless, Oregon gains the services of a 6-foot-4, 4-star wide receiver.
Brevard carries his 200-pound frame really well. Most think he’ll be able to play at an even heavier weight around 215. Don’t be surprised if he is actually closer to 6-5 in height before getting on campus.
Brevard is a solid route runner and reliant upon his instincts as well as his size against smaller defensive backs. He’s a good blocker at receiver and has enough speed. If Brevard can tone up his release, he’ll be dangerous at Oregon.
Oregon’s WR Class
By adding Brevard and seeming like the front-runner for Dont’e Thornton, Oregon is set to have the best receivers class in the country and one of the best overall offensive hauls. Oregon fans on Twitter like to compare this class to the recent Alabama class that is almost all NFL-bound now.
With the addition of Brevard, Oregon moves from the sixth overall class to No. 5, according to the 247Sports Composite rankings. The Ducks also surpassed USC for the best class in the Pac-12.