Quick Hits: Oregon recruiting class slides in rankings after two four-star de-commitments

Eight months removed from a knee injury he suffered in the Rose Bowl, wide receiver Devon Allen’s short-term goals have changed. One long-term goal of his hasn’t. The Emerald’s Hayden Kim has the profile of the two-sport star athlete.
Two 2016 recruits de-committed from Oregon in the past two weeks, causing the Ducks’ recruiting class to slide from No. 7 to No. 29 nationally.
The Oregon Ducks had their second scrimmage of fall camp on Thursday, and quarterback Jeff Lockie said they suffered too many penalties. The Emerald’s Samuel Marshall has the video.
Wide receiver Dwayne Stanford looks even faster than he did last season, according to Frost. The Statesman Journal’s Pete Martini has the Q&A with the Ducks’ offensive coordinator.
Offensive lineman Doug Brenner thinks people will be “very surprised” at how good the Oregon offense will be without Heisman Trophy winner Marcus Mariota.

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