Rated as a 3-star quarterback by 247Sports composite rankings, the 6-foot-1, 180-pound signal-caller from local Lake Oswego high school made his decision public on social media on June 8th. Dukart, who was once an Arizona State baseball commit until mid-May, decided to decommit and verbally commit to the Beavers.
There are some questions as to whether Dukart will be able to be a full time quarterback on the football team and try to play baseball, but the versatile, talented, multi-sport athlete could very well do so. Dukart has said that his number one sport going forward will be football and will focus on continuing to develop as a quarterback. Like Isaiah Smalls and others, Dukart has experienced three different coaching changes since he committed to Oregon State in early June and is also to be commended for sticking with the Beavers even after schools such as Nebraska came calling not too long ago trying to flip the Lake Oswego star by enticing him with the opportunity to be both on the football team and the baseball team as well.
Here are Dukart's hudl highlights:
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