WR Brenden Rice chooses USC Trojans over Oregon Ducks

Oregon Duck fans have to feel a little disappointed on Tuesday morning, with the news coming out that former Colorado Buffaloes wide receiver Brenden Rice, the son of NFL legend Jerry Rice, would be committing to the USC Trojans rather than coming to Eugene.

Rice, a 6-foot-2 former 4-star recruit, chose the Buffs over the Ducks when he was first recruited. At Colorado, Rice had 419 yards and 5 touchdowns in 14 games played.

The WR position is one of major need for the Ducks, who saw Johnny Johnson III, Devon Williams, and Jaylon Redd leave for the NFL draft this year, as well as Mycah Pittman leaving in the transfer portal. There are a number of young and talented pass-catchers on the roster, but adding a proven playmaker like Rice would have been a massive boost for the position group.


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