Sport Brother of Oregon QB Justin Herbert commits to Ducks

18:37  14 may  2018
18:37  14 may  2018 Source:

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Although Herbert 's commitment would appear to indicate Oregon has three quarterbacks in its recruiting class, the Sheldon signal-caller said Green is no longer a Ducks pledge. Unrated QB Justin Herbert , 6-5, 215, Sheldon High School (Eugene, OR).

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Justin Herbert may one day be throwing passes for the Oregon Ducks to his own brother.

Herbert’s brother Patrick, a four-star tight end recruit, announced his commitment to the Ducks on Sunday.

Patrick, who will be a senior at Sheldon High School in Eugene this fall, caught 34 passes for 462 yards and nine touchdowns last season. He also had 66 tackles as a defensive end. In addition to football, he has also played baseball and basketball for the school.

Justin will be a junior this fall for Oregon. He has passed for 34 touchdowns and nine interceptions over two seasons and has rushed for seven scores. He could be a Heisman Trophy contender next season if he manages to stay healthy.

The Herbert family is doing their part to ensure plenty of talent remains in Oregon.

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