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Isaiah Sategna, recent Texas A&M 4-star WR decommit, says Oregon visit a significant factor; Ducks firmly in mix

Isaiah Sategna, recent Texas A&M 4-star WR decommit, says Oregon visit a significant factor; Ducks firmly in mix

June 20, 2021
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Four-star wide receiver and track and field star Isaiah Sategna on his visit to Oregon. (Courtesy of Isaiah Sategna) 247Sports four-star wide receiver Isaiah Sategna is a coveted football prospect, rated the nation’s No. 29 wide receiver and No. 189 overall prospect. The 5-foot-11, 170-pound speedster, out of Fayetteville […]

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Four-star wide receiver and track and field star Isaiah Sategna on his visit to Oregon. (Courtesy of Isaiah Sategna)

247Sports four-star wide receiver Isaiah Sategna is a coveted football prospect, rated the nation’s No. 29 wide receiver and No. 189 overall prospect.

The 5-foot-11, 170-pound speedster, out of Fayetteville High School (Fayetteville, Arkansas), holds nearly 30 scholarship offers, highlighted by Auburn, Baylor, Florida State, LSU, Michigan, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Penn State, Tennessee, USC and others.

But Sategna is an even more celebrated track and field star, rated as one of the nation’s top 10 prospects in the class of 2022, according to MileSplit.

As a sophomore, he was named Arkansas Gatorade Player of the Year in track and field, winning five individual indoor state championships - 60, 60-meter hurdles, 200, 400 and high jump - setting state records in the 60s.

So, when the two-sport superstar recently announced his decommitment from Texas A&M, it raised a few eyebrows.

As it turns out, the Oregon Ducks were a significant factor in that decision, as Sategna took a trip to Eugene to check out campus last week.

Asked what stood out about Oregon, the southern star cited several factors.

“I mean obviously the facilities,” he said. “The track stood out to me... because I’m going to run track and football in college. I would say that’s probably the best track in the world right now.”

Could he envision himself committing to Oregon?

“I could,” Sategna said. “I don’t have a date right now for my decision. I’m going to play it by ear and be 100 percent sure when I’m ready to commit again.”

Visits to Texas A&M and Oklahoma State were also factors in his decision to re-open his recruitment, but clearly the Ducks have become a major player in the battle to land the two-sport star.

Sategna could be a major addition to two programs at Oregon, so Duck fans will be watching his recruitment closely.

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