It’s starting to look like Oregon’s 4-star wide receiver commit Jurrion Dickey could turn into a 5-star WR before long.
In the wake of his commitment to the Ducks, Dickey has been impressive this spring, showing out at a number of recruiting showcases across the nation. Most recently, he was at the OT7 in Las Vegas playing with his 7-on-7 team, and he left those in attendance with some high marks, and reason for Oregon fans to get excited.
Here is the takeaway from Adam Gorney, the National Recruiting Director for Rivals.com:
Someone came up to me and said Oregon commit was better than “all those South Florida receivers” as the four-star is playing with the Miami Immortals this weekend. I watched the San Jose (Calif.) Valley Christian standout completely dominate his game late on Thursday and I’m starting to become an even bigger believer.
The Oregon wide receiver commit has a filled-out 6-foot-2 frame, he’s fast, sudden, competitive and he makes really tough catches look really easy. There’s also something about his personality where he wants to dominate and show how good he is. Maybe Dickey needs to show a little more over time to be a five-star but currently ranked No. 23 at receiver nationally is way too low.
According to 247Sports, Dickey is currently ranked as the No. 10 WR in the 2023 class, and No. 59 player overall. He stands as one of the marquee members of Oregon’s 2023 recruiting class, which currently is ranked as high as No. 10 in the nation, according to On3.
Should Dickey continue to impress, and even put it all together for his senior high school season this fall, there seems to be a good chance that he will climb up the recruiting rankings and potentially earn a fifth star next to his name.
If that does happen, Oregon fans should be even more excited to get him in Eugene.