Following Miami visit, Jurrion Dickey affirms Oregon commitment

Drew Schott08/03/22

San Jose (Calif.) Mater Dei five-star wide receiver Jurrion Dickey has been committed to Oregon since May 2. Even though he took a visit to Miami last weekend, Dickey plans to stay in the Ducks’ 2023 recruiting class.

When asked about his trip to see the Hurricanes, Dickey told On3’s Justin Hopkins that “I’m staying with Oregon!!” This marks a big win for Oregon, since Dickey is the second-highest-rated prospect in the Ducks’ class behind Detroit (Mich.) Martin Luther King five-star quarterback Dante Moore.

It’s been a busy summer for Dickey, who has transferred high schools and earned offers from programs such as Georgia and Tennessee. His visit to Miami marked his first unofficial since an April 23 trip to Eugene.

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Dickey is the No. 23 overall recruit and the No. 4 wide receiver in the 2023 On3 Consensus, a complete and equally weighted industry-generated average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies. He is also the No. 4 player in California.

The 6-foot-2.5, 210 pound wideout is rated even by higher by On3. He is the No. 15 overall prospect, No. 2 wide receiver and No. 3 player in California, according to the 2023 On300.

Dickey currently has an On3 NIL Valuation of $210K. The On3 NIL Valuation is an index that looks to set the standard market value for both high school and college-level athletes. The NIL valuation does not act as a tracker of the value of NIL deals an athlete has completed to date. It rather signifies an athlete’s value at a certain moment in time.

Jurrion Dickey On3 Scouting Summary

The following is the On3 Scouting Summary for Jurrion Dickey:

“Physical, productive receiver with a well-rounded skill set. Owns a thick, filled out build, checking in at 6-foot-2, 205 pounds prior to his junior season. Also has long arms with a 6-foot-6 wing-span, which manifests in a large catch radius. Strong in every facet. Bullies wide receivers off the line and at the top of his routes. Attacks the ball at the catch point and shows strong, reliable hands. Tough to bring down after the catch. Has good play speed and clocked a sub-4.6 second 40-yard dash prior to his junior season. Highly productive as a junior against some of the best competition in Northern California with 1,304 receiving yards and 19 touchdowns. Also plays defense. Shines in competitive situations. Was the top receiver at The Opening Finals prior to his junior season. Younger for the class and won’t turn 18 years old until he’s enrolled in college.”