Kyron ware Hudson Flips to USC from Oregon
Anonymous11/30/2020 at 12:30 pm #21085
This happens every year, but we will see if this year is truly the year of the decommit.
11/30/2020 at 12:49 pm #21087
JHOP: As many of you know Chance, his dad is pretty pro-Oregon. This was some tough news/decision for the family to work through. Credit Chance however for being willing to Let his son make his own decision, even if he doesn’t agree.
Something I reminded Chance today he had told me prior to Kyrons commitment. He has said he thought Kyron would go elsewhere because he wanted to blaze his own trail. That’s just who he is. I understood. However he committed to Oregon and that frankly surprised him and myself.
I think you’re seeing him do that here and we’ll, thats his right.
Now a spot opens up for Oregon. Everythone has mentioned Worthy but I think Oregon is too far behind there for starters. Secondly, I think they’ll go another direction anyways.
The names I suggest looking out for is Byron Caldwell and/or Jordon Moko. If they elect to go skill position I’d watch for Oregon to push for Caldwell whom they have stayed in contact with all Summer.
I’ve been talking about Moko for a while. He now has a spot potentially and thats a guy I know the staff has wanted to try and fit into this class.
I will update you guys on more soon but this is what I’ve gotten back so far. MC is supposed to meet with his recruiting staff shortly.
TinkuParticipant11/30/2020 at 1:34 pm #21089
If Jaylin Davies decommits too, their Mater Dei pipeline is done.
Lets hope it happens.
DawgDaze71Participant11/30/2020 at 2:14 pm #21093
JHOP could give Anthony Robbins a run for his money with the ability to paint
a negative as a positive.
Decommits are always bad optics for regional kids. The minute one does it others begin to question their own decision. It’s human nature.
Prior to the season Oregon sold kids on Moorehead’s amazing offense and honestly that horse has left the stable. Oregon’s offense is ok and their defense lost the fire they had last season.
They made the mistake of reading their press clippings. They rode upperclassmen who had gone through some rough seasons and put in the work. Now they have a bunch of youth that expected teams to roll over and play dead because ESPN suggested that they should.
They basked in the glory of positive press and let themselves got soft.
BallzParticipant11/30/2020 at 4:38 pm #21100
And so it begins haha. Oregon’s recruiting classes are a house of cards every single year. All it takes is one bad loss for their commits to start doubting their decision. That’s what happens when you build your recruiting class solely on hype. As soon as that hype gets deflated, you’re going to lose somebody, if not a couple guys. They have zero chance at Byron Cardwell btw. He cares about academics. He’s going to Notre Dame.
11/30/2020 at 5:16 pm #21101
KYRON WARE HUDSON’S DAD ANSWERS SCOOP DUCK:
“Wasn’t going to even look. Read every comment. Yes I’ve been silent and distant as of late. Folks have no idea wat goes into these decisions. Do not have a clue that I had a 3 hr long discussion in with my son and tears wer flowing. As a father I had to hear my son tell me he couldn’t tell me about wat he was feeling the last month or so feeling I’d jus change his mind. Colleges reaching out to him but not even telling me because of my love for Oregon. I appreciate the encouraging posts, the positive opinions and don’t mind the negative ones. To each their own. But we don’t give a **** about the loss. He’s separated from his gf and I’d kick his ass if he made a decision for a girl. We love Oregon and don’t worry. MC will bring in another great recruit. We lost a lot of leadership in locker room is all. We r young. Am I surprised Keyon isn’t playing yes, but he will continue to get better and I will make sure of that. Kyron has the opportunity to stay close to home, play in an offense that spreads the ball a little more, sends WR to NFL and likely two leaving this yr. yes he’s not a 4.4 or even a 4.5 guy. Hell maybe he’s a 4.7. But his work ethic is second to none. His routes for a 205 LB WR are good. His hands r excellent and contested catches seems to be easy for him. He’s a natural leader and he’s physical as ***** So I like his upside jus fine. It wasn’t my choice for him to leave but I’m happy hes happy. Wasn’t fun talking with the coaches today. AT ALL. IBeen catching up with over 100 messages and have missed two of my wife’s phone calls on her birthday. So all I’m saying is I’m torn too. I’m upset but my relationship with my son matters more so I’m with him. Kyron wanted to be closer, and blaze his own path and jus felt like USC was better for him. And yes it came out of freaking nowhere.”
LiberalArtsDawgParticipant11/30/2020 at 6:20 pm #21102
1) I can’t stand recruiting spinsters like Eklund and JHop and Ruth. Go away, please.
2) It is INSANE how a single regular season conference game can affect recruiting so fast. I mean, they look soft, but still really talented. Don’t get why any commit is basing at least a significant part of their decision on how their school did the year before they show up.
3) That being said part of the negative aspect of how Oregon (and tOSU) run their program and recruit, you can get into a situation where no one is really passionate and playing for anything but their draft stock. It’s obviously really important for our program as well but we have a lot of guys that just love playing college football and working hard at it. Molden’s comments, as well as Lake’s. tOSU, Bama, and Clemson have won national championships because they’re making sure they’re getting kids who love football and want to be there. LSU had Burrow and a bunch of other kids that were tired of losing to Bama and not living up to standards.
Overall it’s still a balance and Oregon is getting burned by that a bit.
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