Ducks commit Brenner does it all 

October, 17, 2012
Doug BrennerTom Hauck for ESPN.comOregon offensive line commit Doug Brenner might be the strongest player ever out of the prestigious Portland (Ore.) Jesuit program.
Recruiting is a funny thing. A high-level recruit can be the best player in his state's premier program, and yet the state that he hails from often determines the perception of what he is capable of.

That is the story with Oregon Ducks commit Doug Brenner (Portland, Ore./Jesuit). Brenner is the glue of the state's top program. He is the strongest player ever in the weight room at a school that has produced more Division-I athletes than any other school in the state.

Jesuit has produced a number of elite players through the years, including current Ducks wide receiver and former US Army All-American Keanon Lowe and Mike Haas, a former Oregon State star and Biletnekoff Award winner. Brenner's current teammate and offensive line sidekick, Andrew Kirkland, is committed to Washington.
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