Oregon offers younger brother of current Duck’s WR
It’s starting to look like the Kasper family is going to be the next version of the Sewell family or the Williams family in Eugene. While both Penei Sewell and Noah Sewell dominated for the Ducks, and Bennett Williams paved the way for his brother Evan to succeed at Oregon as well, it could be redshirt freshman WR Kyler Kasper and his younger brother Braylon who do it next.
The Ducks extended an offer to Braylon, and 8th-grade WR this past week. Braylon won’t be eligible to sign until the class of 2027, but based on the high ceiling we’ve seen from current Oregon WR Kyler, and their father Kevin — a former NFL wide receiver — there seems to be a pretty good chance that Braylon will be a highly-coveted recruit.
After a great conversation with @junioradams13 I am grateful to have received my first offer from the University of Oregon🦆#GoDucks @oregonfootball @CoachDanLanning @CoachWillStein @Rivals @247Sports @KEVINKASPER1 @KasperKyler @WFFootballTeam pic.twitter.com/YxqQbBvKpp
— Braylon Kasper (@BraylonKasper) May 10, 2023
Kyler is entering his second year with the Ducks and is expected to take a big jump in production after enrolling early last season.
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