Not that I know of. He went on a visit there recently and came back speaking highly of them. They made an impression, and made up some ground on Iowa. We're still in the lead, just not by as much. Before that visit he was a near lock.He is tight with Kasper?
Scheduling official visits to the following, I don't think anyone has any insider information about where he is going. With the current NIL all of those spots are contenders.Multiple articles and insiders have reported it. It’s pretty well known to this point in all honesty.
Actually he didn't say they were the leader. He said Iowa was still the leader.This is why people are reluctant to post tidbits. They just get questioned. Again, Frosty is not wrong about Oregon being the leader right now. I'll just sit back and watch all of the speculation from here on out.
Oregon hasn't landed that many O-linemen to the NFL. They're certainly not considered premier developers of OL talent.Oregon does have a track record with any position really, they have NIKE so $$$... NIL sucks.
Oregon isn’t the leader, they’re just challenging Iowa.This is why people are reluctant to post tidbits. They just get questioned. Again, Frosty is not wrong about Oregon being the leader right now. I'll just sit back and watch all of the speculation from here on out.
He is visiting on June 24th. His two other official visits are Miami and Vanderbilt. The fact that Marco is recruiting him here and Iowa's OL tradition, you would have to think Iowa is the favorite at this point.Any word on Logan Howland? He is Mario's teammate. I looked at the pic of the 2 of them from another thread started last year, and wow. I saw he was a little taller than Mario, but forgot Mario is taller too. But he looked like the build of a muscular wide receiver. Not an ounce of fat anywhere. But he weighed 280 back then!!!! He isn't rated real high by Rivals, but that isn't unusual for the Hawks.
6 Oregon OL currently in the NFL, not as many as Iowa’s 11, but still a decent number. 2nd round average for Oregon and 1.72 for Iowa.Oregon hasn't landed that many O-linemen to the NFL. They're certainly not considered premier developers of OL talent.
But you're right ... Nike money will always make Oregon attractive.