Oregon Football Recruiting: Moses Robinson-Carr Decommits From Ducks


An area of need in the 2017 Recruiting Cycle just became an area of focus for Oregon Football.

The Oregon Football knew that several players would leave the program with the coaching transition between Mark Helfrich and Willie Taggart. Late last week Tre McKitty announced he was moving on from the Ducks. He committed to Florida State. The Oregon Ducks lost another commit at Tight End on Monday.

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Moses Robinson-Carr announced he has de-committed from the Oregon Football program citing the change in leadership as the main cause according to Andrew Nemic from the Oregonian. Oregon saw two Tight Ends in Pharoah Brown and Johnny Mundt finish their College Careers in 2016 leaving the door open for either McKitty or Robinson-Carr.

The clock is now ticking for the Oregon Ducks to get some recruits in a key position on Offense. Brown was a key contributor as the outlet for Freshman Quarterback Justin Herbert this past season. Head Coach Willie Taggart has reached out and offered Mik’quan Deane and Grant Calcaterra recently.

The draw of coming to Oregon will be the potential for immediate playing time on Offense for Oregon Football. Jacob Breeland and Cam McCormick stand out at the position entering 2017 with Breeland seeing the field in 2016.

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National Signing Day is set for Wednesday, February 1st 2017.