June 28, 2009
DSA Top Trio: QB
|This feature is intended to uniquely rank some of the most talked about players on Oregon's recruiting board. Selections are made with three main factors in mind: probability, interest and ability. In this installment of DSA Top Trio, we take a look at quarterback. This project reflects the opinions of DuckSportsAuthority.com and NOT the Oregon coaching staff.|
Photograph (right): Munchie tops the current DSA Top Trio
|1||Munchie Legaux||QB||6'4"/185/4.6||New Orleans, LA|
|WHO: Munchie Legaux is is a dual-threat quarterback highly sought after in the south and nationally. With a big arm and raw quarterback technique, Legaux has the running ability to be a top performer in a spread offense, and the Ducks would like to add him to their class of 2010.|
"I remember Dennis Dixon was a good player and they play in the Pac Ten. I talk to him (Chip Kelly) all the time. I call him every now and then. He tells me everything about Oregon and he wants to know when I will be able to come up." - Leqaux on CK and DucksWHERE: Legaux is not a polished pocket passer, so the schools looking at him are primarily all the BCS schools looking for an athletic quarterback with a big arm to develop. Legaux recently gave DSA a top group of West Virginia, Oregon, Baylor, Old Miss and Tennessee. No official visit has been set.
|2||Robert Bolden||QB||6'4"/195/4.5||Orchard Lake, MI|
|WHO: Robert Bolden is an outstanding athlete with a live arm and great athleticism. Bolden showed improvement in confidence during the camp circuit this summer, catching the eye of analysts at camps with several other D-1 QB prospects in attendance to compare to. Bolden has the arm to make all the throws.|
SAY WHAT: "I'm going to Oregon and Louisville later on this month, maybe in a few weeks, and some of the other schools, like Michigan State and Penn State, I'm hoping to get down and see as well. I'm still looking at everybody." - Robert BoldenWHERE: Michigan State, Penn State, Northwestern, Virginia Tech and Oregon are the schools which seem to recur when Bolden lists a top five. Clearly the competition for his services will be intense. DSA does not believe that an unofficial is still planned this summer for Bolden, so the fall visit will be key.
|3||Terrance Broadway||QB||6'1"/197/4.7||Baton Rouge, LA|
|WHO: Terrance Broadway is another of the national caliber dual-threat quarterbacks the Ducks have offered, and the offer got his attention. With great football speed and a solid frame, Broadway has a solid arm worthy of D-1 play. Recruitment for this athlete has been picking up rapidly this summer.|
SAY WHAT: "I really like the program, the facilities and the academic standpoint and what they do on offense when they had Dennis Dixon and they ran the zone reads. I don't think they have had a mobile quarterback since Dixon. I'm really interested in them." - Terrance BroadwayWHERE: Oregon, Mississippi State and Alabama are the offers Broadway has expressed the most interest in so far. But that could change. His stock has been rising, and SEC schools are giving him more attention all the time. The Ducks next task with Broadway is to set up an official visit.
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