The Class of 2021 has only barely started taking shape, but Anthony Beavers Jr. is set to be a difference maker for whichever team gets him. With plenty of offers already on his table, Beavers has decided to make his commitment early.
Taking to Twitter on Monday, Beavers revealed that he is giving his commitment to the Oregon Ducks. Beavers gives Oregon two four-star prospects for their 2021 recruiting class.
Landing Beavers is a huge coup for the Ducks, who are in an early race with USC and Washington in the 2021 recruiting battle within the Pac-12.
Beavers is the No. 110 overall prospect in the country, the No. 12 athlete in the country, and the No. 11 prospect from the state of California.
Dreams Do Come True…… Happy Birthday Lil Bro😁 pic.twitter.com/QhdLjsNVAj
— DreamChaser🏁🏁 (@BeaversAnthony) April 15, 2019
Oregon’s other recruit is four-star running back Seven McGee, who just so happens to attend the same California high school as Beavers.
But there’s still a very long way to go before the Class of 2021 takes serious shape. Miami (FL), Minnesota and Florida are the only schools with more than two commitments as of writing.
Oregon’s Class of 2019 is looking to be one of their best, though. It is currently ranked No. 7 in the country, and the best in the Pac-12 per 247Sports.