After almost a year hiatus, I have returned to FishDuck.com for what will be a new chapter of Oregon Recruiting. It’s been too long Duck fans, too long. As I sat down to pen this article out, I felt those...
News Not unlike the smoky horizon of the west coast, the ’15-’16 recruiting cycle has settled into a mid-summer haze, seeing several key story lines move into a holding pattern. While much has been made of Bryce Youngquist’s (4-Star/Rancho Cucamonga,…
Head coach Dana Altman and the Oregon Ducks have made their first official scholarship offer to a player from the state of Oregon.
Henry Mondeaux (6-5, 245 lbs, TE/DE/OLB) from Jesuit High School has received an offer from the Ducks, adding to his growing number of offers.
Mondeaux is a highly athletic player who has the abilities to play either side of the ball. He still has his senior season ahead of him where he can begin to refine what position is best suited for him.
His skill sets, plus the over abundance of tight ends on the Oregon roster make it likely that Mondeaux would be a good fit on the defensive side of the ball, should he choose to take his talents down to Eugene for his college career.
[gn_quote style=”1″]“They want me to be a Dion Jordan DE/OLB type athlete,” said Mondeaux. “I went down to visit and got a tour of all the facilities.”[/gn_quote]
Mondeaux has offers from Oregon State, Washington, and Cal and has received attention from schools like Tennessee, Duke, Missouri and more.
[gn_quote style=”1”]“Oregon is an amazing place and I definitely see it being one of my top choices.”[/gn_quote]