The Oregon Ducks picked up a top wide receiver prospect from California for the 2018 class today when 4-star wide receiver Isaah Crocker committed to the Ducks.
Crocker choose Oregon over a litany of other offers including Alabama, UCLA, Nebraska and Oregon State. There was a lot of speculation that the decision came down to the Beavers and the Ducks. Crocker was in Eugene this past weekend after having visited Corvallis earlier in the month. In between the Corvallis and Eugene visits Crocker spent some time in Hawaii, playing in the second annual Polynesian Bowl along with current OSU signee Isaiah Tufaga. The 6’0” 175 pound receiver heads to Oregon from Inderkum High School in Sacramento where he was former teammates (and good friends) with current Beav safety Trajon Cotton. Crocker was also part of the TMP Elite 7 on 7 squad along with several current OSU players and recruiting targets.
Check out Crocker’s highlights from this past season
This devastating news leaves more open recruiting spots for the 2018 class. Stay with Building The Dam as the class continues to fill up leading to national signing day on February 7th.