Quarterback Michael Van Buren, a five-star recruit in the Class of 2024, committed to Oregon on Saturday.
The St. Frances Academy (Maryland) standout chose the Ducks over Penn State and Maryland.
ESPN has Van Buren ranked 18th overall and No. 2 among pocket passers behind Georgia commit Dylan Raiola.
“What stood out to me most would probably be just how bought-in everybody is and how together everyone is,” he told ESPN. “The team is very close. Everybody treats everybody like family and the people in the building, they all have great energy and everybody there really wants people to succeed and they’re going to do everything they can to make sure that happens.”
As a junior, Van Buren completed 57 percent of his passes for 1,707 yards and 18 touchdowns.
–Field Level Media
The Jacksonville Jaguars introduced designs Wednesday for multibillion dollar renovations on and around their 28-year-old stadium which are intended to transform TIAA Bank Field into a team-titled “Stadium of the…
Free agent wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins is flying to Nashville on Sunday to meet with the Tennessee Titans, NFL Network reported Wednesday. Hopkins and Titans coach Mike Vrabel were together…
Atlanta Falcons kick returner Avery Williams is scheduled to have surgery Thursday for an ACL injury and will miss the 2023 season. The injury occurred last week during practice on…
Report: Free agent WR DeAndre Hopkins to visit Titans
Falcons PR Avery Williams (ACL) out for season
Bills sign CB Cameron Dantzler to one-year contract
Bills QB Josh Allen makes cover of Madden NFL 24