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 CB's C/O 2019
2nd team all PIL CB. Has some of that "IT" factor needed to play at the highest level
Freakish ability on the basketball court only helps solidify his overall athleticism
Very unique athlete with size. 6-4 corner who earned 1st team all NWOC and honorable mention all state honors.
Outstanding kick returner who also excels on special teams. Legit speed with a 4.49 (40 yard dash)
State leader in INT's with 9. 1st team all league DB/ 2nd team WR
One of Oregon's fastest rising Junior's
Football family, son of former Grant great head coach Diallo Lewis
Originally from Alabama, 1st team all league CB
Equally dangerous on both sides of the football. (10.8) 100 Meters
Breakout season projecting as one of the top corners in the NW
2x all conference DB and one of the most dangerous return men on the west coast
Breakout Sophomore season, finishing 2nd in the nation among 2019's with (11) INT's.
Made the transfer to Churchill in 18'. Size will be the only question when referencing level of play
Started as a Sophomore and is a very unique athlete for the position. You don't see many 6-4 corners. Klapp has the potential of being one of the top CB's in the state for his class
One of the most talented defenders in the state. Not the biggest kid but tough and consistent.
Can play multiple spots in the secondary, just a gamer.
Breakout Metro League season, 1st team all conference DB
Very talented kid. Will need to add size to his frame.
1st team all league DB who helped his team to a conference title in 17'. Undersized but the kid can play
Oregon's Top Safeties C/O 2019
All conference DB as a Sophomore. Potentially an OLB at the next level.
Legit Dual threat kid (QB) with size and speed. Could very well be Oregon's breakout player of the year in 18'
The CO- TRL Defensive Player of the Year; 3.95 GPA
Unreal season leading the state in sacks, while chalking up 9 in two games
Brother of current Ducks Safety Brady Breeze, the state's top recruit in 2015; Cousin of 4* WR Chase Cota
Originally from Texas. Cowapa Conference Offensive POY from his RB position, 2nd team All State.
2x 1st team all league DB. Projects on D although he has been dominant on O
79 total tackles, 2 sacks, 6 tfl's, 1 Int; 1617 rushing yards 21 total TDs
Just a talented overall football player; Will be a three year starter on D at LB
Averaged 5+ yards per carry on O. All over the field on defense.
Projects as one of the top DB's in the TRL; 54 total tackles, 1 tfl, 1 Int in 2017
Not the biggest kid, but a straight up hitter
One of the state's best defenders at the 5A level. 1st team All IMC.
Plays LB but projects collegiately at Safety
Had a nice year on offense catching 29 passes for 311 yards and 1 TD.