The University of Oregon could potentially be getting a little taste of the DC Universe in 2021.
Announced on Monday, 2021 four-star wide receiver Xavier Worthy AKA ‘The Real Flash’ has narrowed down his recruitment to six schools, Oregon being one of them.
The Ducks are the sole Pac-12 conference team in Worthy’s top-6.
Thank you to All the schools that gave me a chance to play at the next level🙏🏽...— The Real Flash⚡️❄️ (@Xavierworthy2) June 1, 2020
Final 6️⃣ pic.twitter.com/NIoJxFQFQq
The 6-foot-1, 160-pound wide receiver from Central East High School in Fresno, California is the No. 11 recruit from the state of California and the No. 24 receiver in the national ranks in the class of 2021, according to 247sports.
Here’s why Worthy is called ‘The Real Flash’:
10.55 and more to come❗❗ pic.twitter.com/vIfMEArhL3— The Real Flash⚡️❄️ (@Xavierworthy2) May 9, 2019
Number 1 sophomore in the nation in the 200m👀 pic.twitter.com/1NBBGCIYqC— The Real Flash⚡️❄️ (@Xavierworthy2) March 30, 2019
Should Worthy commit to the Ducks, he would join other 2021 wide receiver commit Kyron Ware-Hudson.
The Oregon Football 2021 class is sure shaping up nicely.
Oregon’s class after today... pic.twitter.com/0VxoesE2pI— Oregon Recruiting (@duckscrootin) May 30, 2020
Be sure to check out the latest Talkin’ Ducks Podcast with host Jordan Kent and special guest Oregon Strength & Conditioning Coach Aaron Feld.