Duck 4-star safety commit Daymon David could be part of bluechip package deal The Oregon Ducks blistering-hot week on the recruiting trail continued Friday, as 247Sports four-star safety Daymon David announced his commitment.

Rated the nation’s No. 12 safety, the 6-foot-1, 178-pound athlete, out of Franklin High School (Reisterstown, Maryland), chose Oregon over fellow finalists Boston College and Michigan, as well as scholarship offers from Arkansas, Miami (Fla.), Michigan State, Mississippi State, Oklahoma, Texas Tech and others.

Adding to David’s inherent value as a bluechip safety, he has a close friendship with All-American Bowl selection Dont’e Thornton, the nation’s No. 6 wide receiver. The duo has publicly hinted at being a “package deal” at the collegiate level, and Oregon was already considered the heavy favorite to land Thornton

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