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Oregon Lands 3rd Four-Star in 24 Hours: TE Da'Saahn Brame

DaSaahn Brame
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Dan Lanning and the Oregon Ducks are having a massive weekend in the recruiting world. After two big commits on Friday, four-star tight end Da'Saahn Brame announced Saturday morning that he will be flying with the Ducks. This marks Oregon's third four-star commitment in the last 24 hours.

Running backs coach Rashaad Samples took to Twitter/X to credit tight ends coach Drew Mehringer for the commitment. Brame credited Oregon's current tight end, Terrance Ferguson, for being a contributing factor in his decision. Brame is an absolute unit, standing at 6-foot-5 and 225 pounds. Brame is ranked as the No. 102 prospect in the country and No. 5 tight end, per 247Sports.

Who is Da'Saahn Brame?

Brame is an athletic specimen who can be considered a threat all over the field. Brame's intimidating size can bully defenders in press coverage while he also exhibits surprisingly quick feet at the top of his route. Brame can go anywhere from the end of the line of scrimmage to slot receiver. He is the perfect tight end for third down and medium situations and has very sticky hands.

Brame put on an absolute show with Notre Dame quarterback commit, Deuce Knight, at the Rivals five-star event. Knight connected with Brame multiple times for a touchdown and a 2-point conversion. The athletic tight end put up impressive numbers as a junior, logging 46 receptions for 942 yards and 13 touchdowns. Brame resides in Derby, Kan., and chose the Ducks over Tennessee and Oklahoma.

How Does This Affect Oregon?

As previously stated, Oregon has had a phenomenal weekend on the recruiting trail. This may push the 2025 Ducks recruiting class into the top 5, per On3. However, as far as how Brame fits into the system? Perfectly.

This is the first TE commit for the Ducks in 2025, checking off a much-needed box. Ferguson is primed for the NFL after this season, allowing Brame to fight for the future starting tight end job.

The Ducks have a plethora of weapons on the offensive side in their 2025 class. Jordon Davison seems to be the running back of the future, along with Dierre Hill being a potential home-run hitter. Dallas Wilson, an incoming five-star wide receiver, will certainly take eyes away from Brame in coverage.

In addition, the Ducks have names like Gatlin Bair, Cooper Perry, Isaiah Mozee and others to help spread the ball out. Brame will have ample opportunity to get open, thanks to the star power around him.

Four-star QB commit Akili Smith Jr. will certainly have a plethora of weapons to choose from when he gets to Eugene.


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