Oregon Top WR/TE’s Class of 2019

OREGON 2019 POSITIONAL RANKINGS

*As always rankings are based on who projects highest at the collegiate level.

*Athletes will only be ranked on ONE side of the football.

*There will not be a numerical order referenced with the positional rankings. That said as there will be specific #s attached when referencing the Oregon Top 100 for 2019 which will be updated in the next few months.

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Oregon Top WR's C/O 2019

Marshaun Tucker Jr. 6-2 155 WR Churchill

1st team all league WR with size, averaging 21+ yards per catch
Son of former Oregon Duck great Marshaun Tucker
Possesses unique football smarts growing up in football family.
36 receptions, 818 yards, 7 TDs; 2nd team all state selection

Keyvaun Eady 6-3 170 WR Southridge

1st team all league WR with legit D1 size; Accounted for 1000 receiving yards and 9 TDs on 60 receptions
Great looking Athlete who could be one of the region's best with continued progression
Breakout season, looking like one of the top Junior's in Oregon

Ethan Wilborn 6-4 180 WR Beaverton HS

Wilborn had a breakout off season as part of the EForce 7v7 group. Made the transfer from 4A Valley Catholic to 6A Beaverton.
One of the state leaders in multiple categories in 17'; Close to 800+receiving yards, with 40 receptions and 8 TDs
With continued progression the 6-4 wide out is a D1 kid

Will Scadden 6-3 175 WR Lakeridge

2nd team all league WR in the brutally tough TRL
Averaged 17.3 ypc on 32 receptions for 554 yards and 7 TDs in 2017
Started as a Sophomore and should be considered one of the top WR's in the state for the 2019 class

Thomas Tolonen 5-11 175 WR Clackamas

Phenomenal route runner. Outstanding Junior year; 33 Rec, 439 Yds, 2 TDs, 13.3 ypc helping his team to the 6A state title. Unreal performances on the 7v7 circuit thus far. Teammates feed off his confidence.

Jamal McMurrin 5-11 165 WR West Salem

Probably the breakout player of the year thus far, ranking towards the top of the charts at the Nike Opening West Regional, with both his Vertical and 40 Yd Dash.
Brother Keonte was one of the best in the GVC, now at College of Idaho.

Tanner Branson 6-0 175 WR Churchill

One of the better Junior WR's in the state; 42 rec, 587 yds, 6 TDs 14 ypc.
Made the transfer to Churchill for the 2018 season. Will get a lot more pub competing for a 5A state title.

Jonah Gomez 5-11 170 WR Wilsonville

1st team all league WR and one of the best at the 5A level; 39 rec, 575 yards and 7 TDs in 2017.
NWOC Player of the Year candidate in 18'.

Matt Dalzell 5-11 160 WR Clackamas HS

One of the best route runners in the Pacific Northwest. Hasn't had the year he expected. Still one of the best WR's in the Mt Hood.

Myles Westberg 6-0 170 WR West Albany

All Conference kid as a Junior. Will get a chance to prove himself on the 7v7 circuit as part of EForce this off season.

Connor Mcnabb 5-11 180 WR Scappoose

Versatile athlete; 35 touches (18 receptions, 17 carries) for 313 yards and 7 TDs. in 17'
Football family as the son of head coach Sean Mcnabb

Gabe Fields 6-3 185 WR Franklin

Fields has legit size and genes with his brother being former standout Nate Fields.
In 2 recorded games (17') Gabe caught 9 passes for 166 yards and 5 TDs

Oregon Top TE's C/O 2019

Patrick Herbert 6-5 235 TE/DE Sheldon

OFFERS: Oregon, Oregon St, Cal, Florida, Nebraska
One of the top dual threat kids in the nation for the 2019 class; 1st team all league TE/DE
31 receptions, 14 ypc, 10 total Tds/ 49 total tackles, 10 tfl, 2 sacks
Brother of Oregon Duck QB & future NFL talent Justin Herbert
Stock has been rising quickly, 4* national recruit, and one of the top TE's in the country

Elias Spence 6-4 210 WR/TE North Medford

Great combination of size and speed; Can play multiple spots on the field
2nd team all SWC kid on both sides of the football WR/DE.
Could end up as a TE/OLB at the next level

Blake Gobel 6-8 215 TE Banks

You cant teach 6-8. He caught a lot of balls on the year. 40 rec, 548 yards, 8 TDs. 1st team all league, 2nd team all state TE.

Colin McMahon 6-4 210 OLB/TE Jesuit HS

Played Varsity ball as a Sophomore. Has the potential to be one of the top dual threat kids TE/WR/OLB in the Metro as a Senior.

Gavin Larson 6-5 200 TE/DE Scappoose

Outstanding speed (4.5) . Can play multiple spots on either side of the ball.
Has the frame to add size. Showed off overall athleticism on D 32 total tackles, 6 tfl, 2 sacks