Scout Premium Content

Everything was perfect

C.E. Kaiser

C.E. Kaiser, 6-5, 260, Veradale (Wash.) Central Valley HS, describes himself as a player that has quickness off the ball and the ability to go up and down the line -- and he can play four quarters, made a commitment to the University of Oregon.

The latest verbal commitment was first recruited by the Ducks as a defensive lineman, but that may have changed as now he believes Oregon would like him to play on the offensive line. While it really doesn't matter to C.E., he is sold on the University of Oregon's football program, the campus and the School of Business, the major he intends to follow. "The environment, the school, when I walked...

eDuck.com Recommended Stories


  • SAN FRANCISCO -- Some quick hit comments from Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott on the state of the Pac-12 and some new initiatives that are coming this men's basketball season, including an update on…

  • Oregon heads to drought-stricken California to face the Bears and their potentially potent offense. The Ducks have strung together two balanced and convincing wins on the road and at home, with…

  • No. 6 Oregon travels south to take on a high-powered California offense on Friday night. Jake and Robby have your full preview here on the podcast.

  • The Kansas City Chiefs aren't exactly known for their passing attack; however, Dr. Roto does have a man-crush on one KC receiver in Week 8. Dwayne Bowe (pictured above) has yet to score a touchdown or…

  • CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — The Wainstein report released on Wednesday provided insight into the NCAA’s reopening of its infractions case at North Carolina this summer and also highlighted potential academic…

Up Next


Tweets