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Four-Star Tight End Sets Commitment Date

On3 imageby:Justin Hopkins05/09/24

One of Oregon’s top targets at tight end is set to make his college decision. Moments ago four-star linebacker Noah Mikhail announced he will make his commitment on June 30 with Oregon among his finalists.

Now Derby (Kan.) tight end DaSaahn Brame has announced his commitment date on June 29. The 6-foot-4, 225-pounder will decide between Oregon, Oklahoma, Ole Miss and Tennessee. Currently Oregon leads the On3 RPM at nearly 95%.

Brame is the nation’s No. 101 ranked player overall in the On3 Industry Rankings. He is the No. 3 ranked tight end nationally.

Oregon is expected to push for multiple tight ends in this class. To date, the Ducks do not have any tight ends committed in the 2025 class.

“I love the staff at Oregon,” Brame told On3 in January. “The people there is what keeps me going back. It is a cool place with good people. It is beautiful, I like the campus and the vibe is cool. I like Coach Mehringer a lot. I like his personality, he coaches his guys up and he is a developmental coach. Coach Mehringer will coach his guys, he will play freshmen and we have a strong relationship.”

Currently he has official visits lined up Tennessee on June 13 and Oregon on June 21.

Oregon has six commitments in the 2025 class. That class is currently the No. 7 ranked class nationally and the No. 3 ranked class in the B1G.

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