One of the nation’s top quarterbacks Dennis Dixon (6-4, 190, 4.5) from San Leandro, Calif., decided to sign with Oregon. The Ducks get a player who knows how to win. His talents should fit in nicely with Mike Bellotti’s offensive scheme. This puts an end to Dixon’s roller coaster ride of a recruiting season. Dixon’s talent is true.
Dixon’s record was 36-3 as San Leandro starting signal caller. He was superb as a senior throwing for 2,736 yards and 30 touchdowns while only throwing eight interceptions. For his career Dixon has thrown for 6,189 yards, 77 touchdowns and 21 interceptions.
Dixon is a member of the Rivals100 top 100 team, rated by Rivals100 as the nation’s second best dual-threat quarterbacks and ranked as the 15th best prospect at any position in the state of California.
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Dixon is a member of Rivals top 100 team, he is ranked by Rivals as the number two dual-threat quarterback in the nation, and he is rated by Rivals as eighth best prospect in the Western Region at any position.