After an in-home visit early this morning from Oregon co-defensive coordinator Matt Powledge, DeSoto (Texas) Waxahachie athlete Jaelyn Davis-Robinson has received an offer from the Ducks, he announced on Twitter.
The 6-foot, 175-pounder is unranked by all four major recruiting services, but he has seen his recruitment slowly build over the past two months. Since November, he has added offers from Wyoming, Louisiana Tech, Boston College, Washington State and now Oregon.
“After a great midnight visit with Coach Powledge, I’m beyond blessed to say I have received an offer from The University of Oregon. #ScoDucks,” Davis-Robinson wrote.
The late-riser has already taken official visits to both UNLV and Wyoming, and he is scheduled to visit Boston College this weekend.
After playing the past two years at Dallas-area power DeSoto, Jaelyn Davis-Robinson transferred to Waxahachie this fall. His season stats are not available, but through six games, he had totaled 46 tackles, including six tackles for loss, as well as two sacks and a fumble recovery.
He is likely to play defensive back at the college level.