Kenyon Sadiq has committed to Oregon. Kenyon Sadiq, a highly touted prospect from Skyline High School in Idaho, announced his commitment to the Ducks. He is currently ranked 308th in the country and 1st in Idaho. per 247Sports.com. Listed as an ATH, Kenyon looks to play mostly receiver and tight end for the Ducks, as those were the positions he played the most in high school.
Sadiq held over 20 offers before choosing the Ducks and was believed to be choosing between Oregon and Michigan. Kenyon is coming off a monster season with; 78 targets, over 1,150 yards, and 19 touchdowns. With his impressive junior season, he moved up boards for teams and will look to do the same this season starting on August 26th.
Kenyon is a beast on the football field; the 6-2 205-pound Athlete also plays basketball and runs track. Versatility is one of Kenyon's best tools, his ability to play multiple sports allows him to play tons of positions on the football field. Sadiq has excellent hands and is not afraid to go up and make spectacular catches against contesting defenses.
His frame is one of the best for this class, allowing him to stand over defenders to make highlight catches. Speed kills for Sadiq as he constantly runs by defenders who struggle to catch up. Route Running for Kenyon can use improvement; his routes are solid; however, tweaking them would give Kenyon the ability to have swifter cuts improving his game. He also played cornerback on defense, allowing him to see the receiver position from the opposite side. Sadiq will not be as open in college with better defenders, meaning improving his skills will become vital to success at the next level. Kenyon is the perfect prospect for Oregon and has tons of potential and the skills needed to be one of the great Ducks and a future NFL receiver.
Kenyon is a solid addition to any team and adds great depth to the offense. So far, he is the third commit at the ATH position and will be the only one switched to receiver, allowing him to show out early on in his career. Versatility helps him become a star player on the field due to him being able to play multiple positions. Kenyon's senior season is about to start Kenyon gets his last chance to show out in front of the scouts and move up in the rankings.
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