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Oregon has just added a commitment from LB Rahim Casell. Via text " I just committed to Oregon University"
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Justin Hopkins on 9/29/2010 at 8:01 PM
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oh hell yes
Nice pick up! Always love those LB commits.
I'm hearing Oregon will take as many as 6 LB's in this class, so definitely a welcome addition.
Very very big get for the Oregon Ducks and especially for the linebacker core. I am sure coach Pellum is very pleased with this.
Casell could project inside or outside right now and with both Paysinger and Matthews gone after this season along with Littlejohn the Ducks needed to amp up the already loaded core.
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Any read on how fast he actually is, and whether he could put on another 10-15 lbs and maintain that speed at the inside LB spot?
Thanks for the input JC, really like hearing info from someone who has had a chance to watch him live.
This is another huge get. Cassell is an impressive kid on the field. Glad to land him, just need to get him acclimated with it being the University of Oregon...
They are definitely getting after the athletic kids in the LB core and they have hit it right so far this year. Should be interesting to see how the rest of it goes
Great news! I am stoked to have this kid.
Recruiting has been going pretty well this year, and this just continues that trend!!
lol @ "oregon university"
ah well.. kid will learn. Welcome aboard son!
Big pick up, Oregon's 11 class is already shaping up nicely. I'm seeing a potential top 10 class here.
Great pick up. He's that perfect LB with size & speed. Great offer list too.
nice get ... hopefully he'll eventually learn the right way to say the name of the school
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