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DEVON BLACKMON RUMORS

Blackmon Set To Visit BYU

He was considered one of the fastest high school football players in the 2011 recruiting class. Having signed with Oregon out of Summit High School, Devon Blackmon has since transferred from Oregon to Riverside Community College. Now the JC speedster has BYU on his radar and is planning on taking an official visit to Provo, where he hopes to be reunited with an old childhood friend.
Via byu.scout.com
January 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Riverside's Blackmon has speed to burn

As a prep, Riverside WR Devon Blackmon (6-1, 185) was one of the fastest recruits in the country and that is why Oregon, as well as several other BCS programs, came calling. He eventually signed with the Ducks, but things didn't work out and, following the 2012 season, he decided to leave and get a fresh start and is now poised to be one of the top JUCO playmakers in the country this fall...
Via jcfootball.scout.com
July 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Blackmon to Transfer

The University of Oregon announced on Monday morning that redshirt freshman wide receiver Devon Blackmon has informed Head Coach Chip Kelly of his intention to transfer. Blackmon appeared in three games this season but was not credited in any statistical category.
Via oregon.scout.com
November 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Pac-12 Preview Week: Which freshman will 'Fight On?'

There are numerous extremely fascinating freshman to watch this football season in, what should prove to be, a very exciting Pac-12 conference. Two of note: Havey Langi, running back for the Utah Utes, may be the opening game starter; and Devon Blackmon, wide receiver for the Oregon Ducks, has a tremendous opportunity for playing time right away after the loss of Lavasier Tuinei...
Via Crystal Ball Run
July 13, 2012  |  Discuss
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