Topic: Wide Receivers Top Receivers, Josh Huff and Chad Delany will be graduating this Spring, along with two other Oregon Receivers. Keanon Lowe, the slot receiver and one of Bryan Bennett's favorite targets thus far, is projected to leave and pursue the NFL Draft after finishing up his Junior season. Hopefully he doesn't leave, but even if he doesn't, Oregon will be without 3 of there 4 starting receiver threats, which puts them in a bad position when running the spread offense. One of the main things Oregon has done this season is recruit receivers. Josh Brown (Committed)- Josh was the first receiver to commit on the list, a 5 star 6'1, 209 pounder out of Mercer Island, Washington. With B+ Speed, look for Josh to be a big impact player in the Ducks lineup for next season. Jimmy Holland (Currently 3rd behind AZ St. and Cal) - Jimmy is the top prospect to recruit for Oregon now, and look for the coaching staff to go after him in full force. Jimmy is a 6'4, 203 4 star recruit out of Kingman, Arizona. He is the Ducks main focus as far as recruiting goes right now, and most likely would be a starter for next season. Trevor Concepcion (Currently 1st)- A 6'2, 183 pound 4 star Possession receiver out of Seagoville, Texas, the same town Lamarcus Aldridge of the Portland Trailblzers played his high school basketball at. Oregon has sank it's teeth into the Texas pipeline lately. Well known QB and RB combo Daron Thomas and LaMichael James were both from Texas, as well as current running backs Tre Carson, Lache Seastrunk, and Kenny Bassett, also top receiver Josh Huff. The Texas pipeline has been booming for the Ducks and they hope to keep that trend going by picking up Concepcion. Depending on how things go, he would most likely get the start next season as well. Tom Johnson (Currently 1st)- A 5'11 183 pound 3 star receiver out of Anacortes, Washington. He has has been offered by the Ducks, and they're hoping he'll accept as soon as next week. He has been told that no matter what, he will not receive a redshirt his first year on campus. Regardless if Keanon decides to enter the draft or not, Johnson should see a tremendous amount of time at the 3 or 4 wide receiver position. He has solid speed and should receive a fair number of catches next season if he decided to come to Eugene. Anthony Tyler (Currently 1st)- A 6'3, 180 pound 4 star recruit who is also out of Texas, Killeen to be exact. Solid speed and good jumping, could quickly become a big play, downfield type receiver for the Ducks next season, should he decide to commit. The Ducks are really opening up and starting to recruit Texas more and more with each season. It may seem like the Ducks are recruiting a lot of receivers this season, but with most of their receivers leaving, and Freshman walk-on Nick Brown deciding to become a team manager for next season, there seems to be a lot of holes that need to be filled. Right now, the only underclassmen besides brown are Chris Briggs, who hasn't recorded a catch this season, and Keannon Lowe, who could be headed for the draft. The Ducks really need to land these recruits in order to continue to run their spread offense next season. Bryan Bennett should be returning for another season with the Ducks, so that should be a big plus in recruiting for these freshman to have a senior quarterback at the helm. It's almost a sure thing though that if the Ducks do not get some good receivers to commit, they will have to look at a new offense and base it on the run and the option next season. With Bassett and Seastrunk both set to comeback for their senior seasons, and Tre Carson there for 3rd down opportunities, that may not be a bad thing. *I just did this to bring more interaction about my team and recruiting. Feel free to delete if I should post this elsewhere or not at all.