Oregon Football Recruiting: 4-Star Wide Receiver Theo Howard De-Commits from Ducks


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Sometimes in life, you make a decision and when you sit down to think about it you wish you hadn’t. In the world of College Football young men make decisions everyday, but the big one is always one of the biggest commitments of their life. when it comes to what school you want to go to and represent you talents, it’s a big deal. Recently the Oregon Ducks top commit, Wide Receiver Theo Howard, who was committed to play for the Ducks decided to de-commit and reopen his recruitment.

Several high profile atheletes have de-committed over the last few weeks as my ESPN ticker on my phone has listed the names including Stephen Sullivan who de-commited from LSU. Howard originally committed to Oregon on March 15th. According to Addicted to Quack, Howard has received interest from several Pac-12 schools prior to his commitment to the Ducks including UCLA, Cal and USC. They believe should keep a watchful eye as he makes his next commitment.

247Sports sees Howard heading to the USC Trojans. He could also recommit to Oregon. Time will tell. Howard is a four-star Wideout. Oregon still holds in the Top 20 of the 2016 Recruiting Rankings without Howard. The Ducks remain solid with thirteen commitments including another 4-star Wide Receiver in Dillon Mitchell still in the fold.

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