Written by Michael Florek
Cedar Hill quarterback Damion Hobbs commits to Oregon
Cedar Hill quarterback Damion Hobbs has had more than a few change of plans the past couple of months. Originally committed to the Arkansas State, he decommitted when coach Gus Malzahn left for Auburn, pledging instead to Utah State.
But when a last minute offer from Oregon came along, he decided to pull the trigger according to ESPN’s Daymon Sayles.
Hobbs confirmed the move Wednesday night.
“With changing my commitment to Oregon, it was kind of crazy,” Hobbs said. “Minds change and a lot of happens in college football as far as the end of the year.”
Hobbs is a three-star recruit according to Rivals.com. He threw for 2,769 yards and 29 touchdowns while rushing for 808 yards and 12 more touchdowns in leading Cedar Hill to the 5A Division II state championship game.