Four-star QB Braxton Burmeister flips from Arizona to Oregon

One of the top dual-threat quarterbacks in the nation announced his college decision on Friday evening.
Four-star quarterback Braxton Burmeister took to Twitter to confirm he has decided to flip from the Arizona Wildcats to the Oregon Ducks. Burmeister had offers from a number of the top programs in the nation.
Despite committing to Arizona on two different occasions throughout the year, it appears the 6-foot, 196-pounder will be heading to play for Willie Taggart’s program.
Burmeister chose the Ducks over other Pac-12 programs Arizona, California, Colorado, Oregon State, Utah and Washington. He also drew the attention of SEC schools like Florida and South Carolina.
The La Jolla Country Day School standout is currently rated as the No. 10 dual-threat quarterback in the nation and the No. 33 player overall in the state of California.
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