Oregon Gets Terrible Injury News on LB Justin Flowe
By David Hayes
Despite losing veteran starting quarterback Justin Herbert t the No. 6 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, the Oregon Ducks have rebounded to begin their 2020 season in a great way thus far.
Sitting 2-0 through two weeks of Pac-12 action returning, the Ducks are in great shape to make another run at the conference title once again this year. However, Ducks' fans learned that they'll have to make an effort on that note without one of their star up-and-coming defensive cogs in linebacker Justin Flowe.
Flowe recorded just one tackle in Oregon's 35-14 win over Stanford in the season-opener, but his loss is weighted more in potential lost by development than instant production.
Flowe is a freshman, and came to Oregon as the No. 6 overall recruit in the entire country with a highly-coveted 5-Star and 0.9967 composite rating, according to 247Sports.com.
While Flowe's future is still very bright in Eugene, and even beyond at the next level one day, the Ducks won't bet getting anything else out of him on the field this year.
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