Recruiting never stops: blue-chip WRs reaffirm their commitment to Oregon
There might not be a better wideout prospect in the 2023 class than Oregon commit Jurrion Dickey.
And he’s not going anywhere.
The 4-star wideout from East Palo Alto (Calif.) Valley Christian tweeted on Wednesday that he is “100% committed to Oregon,” head coach Dan Lanning, and his future wideout coach, Junior Adams. Dickey has seen his stock soar in recent months after showing out on the summer circuit.
— Jurrion Dickey (@JurrionDickey) June 29, 2022
Fellow 4-star wideout Ashton Cozart then responded to Dickey, saying “make that two bro.”
Dickey was in Eugene this past weekend, hanging out with Adams and a slew of high-profile recruits. Chief among the Ducks’ targets was 5-star quarterback Dante Moore. Perhaps Dickey and Cozart are just publicly reminding Moore they’ll be on the receiving end of his passes should he elect to commit to the Ducks—a possibility that is picking up major steam in recent weeks.
Or maybe Dickey’s public reaffirmation has to do with Jaden Rashada and Miami. That bit is just speculation, but the Pittsburg, California, native announced his commitment to the U last week and in the immediate aftermath, some questioned if that might help Miami climb back into things with Dickey.
The two played together at the Overtime OT7 7-on-7 tournament in Las Vegas earlier this month.
Dickey is sure to see his status in the 247Sports’ player rankings rise soon. He currently rates as a 4-star and the 13th-best wideout in the 247 Composite. He’s the 88th-ranked prospect in the country. It seems like the sky is the limit in terms of how high he can climb, particularly so if he’s viewed as the best receiver in the class.