Ducks land sleeper

Not all was lost in Eugene this weekend after the loss to UCLA. There was a silver lining, the Oregon Ducks picked up the verbal committal from a talented sleeper in Matt Bramow (6-4, 200, 4.65) from Eugene (Ore.) South Eugene.
“I committed to Oregon,” Bramow said. “It felt right. It’s near home and like to play in front of my family and friends.”
“The Oregon coaches made it clear that they cared,” Bramow said. “Oregon recruited me harder than any other school.”
“There wasn’t any downfall to Oregon,” Bramow said. “I like a lot of the players and it just felt like the right place to play the game I love.”
One thing that has been apparent over the years is the Oregon staff knows how to find talented players that fly under the radar and it appears they have scored again.
Bramow is an outstanding two-way performer who plays wide receiver and safety. He has recorded 33-inch vertical.
According to Bramow he has approximately 100 catches for 1,300 yards and 24 receiving touchdowns. That is what we call productive.
Oregon recruited Bramow as an athlete and as impressive as his offensive stats are he could still end up on the defensive side of the ball.
What does that tell you of Bramow’s athletic ability?
Portland State (offer), Cal, Oregon State and Washington State were also recruiting Bramow.
Looks like the Ducks struck paydirt again with the committal of Bramow.