Oregon Football Recruiting: Tight End Moses Robinson-Carr Commits To Ducks


An area of need for the 2017 season has a spot filled. Tight End Moses Robinson Carr committed to Oregon on Monday.

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For Recruiting, the month of June continues to be a big one for the Oregon Ducks. So far the Ducks have the majority of recruits on the Defensive side for 2017. On Monday, they added a Tight End to the Recruiting Class of 2017 with Moses Robinson-Carr.

This season, the Oregon Ducks are loaded at the position with Evan Baylis, Johnny Mundt and the returning Pharaoh Brown. Moses Robinson Carr is a three star recruit according to 247Sports. He is out of California. He has some height at six foot four and listed the Oregon Ducks in his top five choices earlier this month.

According to OregonLive, Robinson-Carr also had Oregon State, USC, and UCLA on his list, but chose Oregon. Next season could see him filling an important role early in his career as a Freshman as Brown, Baylis, and Mundt are all scheduled to be out of eligibility. He told the Oregonian, this was one of the reasons he chose Oregon.

"That’s the main thing. Oregon is graduating three tight ends, so I could have a chance and play early if I was to commit. That would be nice.(via The Oregonian)"

The 2016 Oregon Football team will begin Fall Camp on August 8th.