Ranking Thanksgiving Day Commitments
The holidays are always a busy time for commitments, and while this Thanksgiving isn’t packed with commitments, there are still some important commitments. As an added bonus, we added two servings the night before when everyone was preparing the turkey and toppings.
We rank Thanksgiving pledges here:
1. JOHNNY BOWENS, Oregon
Early Texas A&M pledge gave up his pledge over the summer, Bowens finally chose Oregon overtake the Aggies and the others and it’s a big win for the Pac-12 power. Converse (Texas) Judson stands out as a big-bodied defensive player who can use his strength to beat attacking tackles but he is surprisingly quick and steady against the opponent. someone his size. Bowens has the ability to stay outside but can also move inward if needed. The Ducks have been completely added along the defence, and Bowens is arguably the biggest addition to date.
2. KENDEL DOLBY, Oklahoma
On November 13, the Miami (Okla.) Northeast Oklahoma A&M featured company entered the top 10 of the Oklahoma State, Kansas, Missouri, Houston, Washington D.Cfree, Oklahoma State, Washington state, Arkansas and Wyoming and then the following weekend he visited Norman. That essentially made Dolby’s commitment to the Sooners because Dolby loves to play on an island, super-twitch, and has phenomenal playability. He plays with confidence and that will be good for the coach Brent Oil‘ guard when he joins Makari Vickers and Jasiah Wagoner as a defensive lineback in Oklahoma’s class.
3. TYSEER DENMARK , Oregon
Ohio State, Penn State and Oregon were the three finalists for Denmark leading up to his decision and it looks like in the days leading up to his decision he was headed for the Big Ten but the Ducks won and it was a commitment big soon from a four-star recipient in 2024. The Roman Catholic prominence in Philadelphia (Pa.) said in April that Buckeyes was the lead after his visit and conversation with Ryan’s Day and Brian Hartline but Denmark wants to make more visits before committing. Those rides happened, and Eugene blew him away so the Ducks won a big chunk of their 2024 top spot.
4. GERNORRIS WILSON, Oregon
Wilson is committed golden brown early in the season but when the coach Bryan Harsin fired and uncertain about which coach would take over the program, the three-star offensive lineman abandoned his commitment and started looking around. That has made Lakeland, Fla., stand out from visiting Oregon in recent weeks as a position coach Adrian Klemm prompt Wilson to visit Eugene. When he got there, the three-star featured fell in love with it and made the decision to pick up the Duck in the past few days.
5. TYLER BROWN, Clemson
Brown has always shown interest in Clemson but after not being offered summer camp – where he was limited by a hamstring injury – the three-star recipient Greenville, SC, committed Minnesota. That commitment lasted several months until Virginia Technology was offered and then Brown began to be contacted more by the Tigers. A few weeks ago, Clemson made an offer, and after several trips there this season, Brown committed to the Tigers.
6. DAYTON HOWARD, Iowa
Howard’s hiring went as fast as Iowa became his first Power Five offer in mid-November, and by Thanksgiving he committed to the Hawkeyes. Iowa could get a big steal in Kansas City (Mo.) The Park Hill three-star wide receiver measures 6-foot-5 and the frame can add weight. Serenity St. BrownTheir recruitment is much different and much more active but both frame almost exactly the same stage.