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I just saw that Scout gave TE Jonothan Mundt his 4th star. Stars aren't everything, but it's always nice to see a future Duck get some positive recignition and it's a testament that the staff really knows how to evaluate talent whether they're underrated or not. Just thought it was worth sharing. Congrats Johh M!!!
I was hoping 247 was gonna be the first to give him this accomplishment. #1 SPARQ rating, great athlete, moves great for big guy.
Waiting on someone to pull trigger on Seisay too.
Thanks for the Update KOD. +1
Mundt is a stud... great addition to the team!
+ One KOD.
Thank you for your contributions.
Congrats to Mundt. I'm not a big star guy and don't think this will have any bearing on Mundt's success at Oregon. However, it is good to see him earn this kind of recognition just as a source of pride and a small reward for Mundt and the work that he has put in.
This post was edited by Sir1144547 15 months ago
Congrats to Johnny Mundt! This is well deserved. I'm sure he wasn't looking for stars as validation but it never hurts to get recognized in this way. I have the feeling Johnny Mundt will be doing big things here at Oregon.
Don't you guys love how our staff is always ahead of the curve, rather than behind it, when it comes to stars and evaluating talent? #GoDucks
Meanwhile, Scout evened it out by dropping Mattingly from 4-star to 3-star.
Not concerned as per 24/7 is borderline 4-star...just would be interested to know what was behind it.
You are probably correct....he did not want the King County All-Stars to lose any of their luster.
I tend to use rivals for rankings because they're not east coast bias and usually have a realistic amount of 5*. Not 50 like scout and 8 like Espn
Was also named to Maxpreps small school All-American Team, had a big year
TE – Johnny Mundt, 6-4, 225, Central Catholic (Modesto, Calif.), Senior
The Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year, Mundt led the Raiders to a California Division IV state championship while catching 33 passes for 625 yards and eight touchdowns. The Oregon commit was also a standout on defense with 80 tackles and 15.5 sacks.
MaxPreps News - J.T. Curtis is the Coach of the Year, while Will Grier of Davidson Day is the Player of the Year.
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