Oregon made another addition to what could become its best recruiting class ever at wide receiver.
Isaiah Brevard, a four-star recruit from Southaven (Miss.) High School, made a verbal commitment to the Ducks on Saturday.
The 6-foot-4, 200-pound receiver is ranked as the No. 114 overall recruit in the 2021 class by Rivals.com. The 247Sports Composite rankings list Brevard at 140.
He picked the Ducks over a host of schools, including Florida State, Georgia and Texas A&M. Brevard posted on Twitter that he will "be finishing my education and academic for three to four years at the University of Oregon. I’m Hungry, I’m Humble, I’m Here, I’m here Eugene let’s rock out."
1000% COMMITTED #ScoDucks #Takeflight21 pic.twitter.com/01neLp1iJI— 10K isaiah Brevard (@BrevardIsaiah) July 4, 2020
Brevard joins five-star recruit Troy Franklin and four-star Kyron Ware-Hudson as wide receivers in Oregon’s next recruiting class. UO has also received commitments from four-star tight ends Terrance Ferguson and Moliki Matavao.
Oregon has 16 commitments, including 10 on offense, in its class that is now ranked among the top five in the country.
The Ducks remain in the hunt for 6-5, 326-pound defensive tackle Maason Smith out of Houma, La. The five-star recruit ranked among the top 25 prospects in his class announced his finalists Saturday that included Oregon along with Alabama, Florida, USC, LSU, Georgia, Miami and Oklahoma.