Pac-12 School Pulls Ahead for Coveted 2019 DE Braylen Ingraham

A school representing the Pac-12 is sitting atop the list for 2019 Florida-based defensive lineman, Braylen Ingraham.

Oregon served up a scholarship offer just roughly 48 hours ago, and is now the front-runner for Braylen Ingraham, one of the premier 2019 defensive linemen in South Florida.

Ingraham, a 6-foot-3.5, 248-pound sophomore at talent-loaded Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) Dillard, has accumulated additional offers from GeorgiaLSUKentuckyLouisville and Wisconsin among others.

"Right now, I have Oregon (on top) because they showed me the most love about my offer," Ingraham said. "I love the Oregon training facilities and how they are the Nike headquarters. I also like how they brought over the coach from the University of South Florida; he had a good winning tradition.

"I'm keeping my options open because I'm grateful for all the offers I have so far."

Ingraham is obviously not ready to step into the spotlight with his college commitment, but says Georgia and LSU are the schools currently within striking distance of coach Willie Taggart and the Ducks.

In fact, Ingraham traveled up to Athens for a visit all the way back in the eighth grade.

"Georgia was one of the first colleges I ever visited," Ingraham said. "The facilities are real nice and they have a lot of tradition.

"I also like how they develop their players for the next level."

As far as additional visit destinations, Ingraham says he is in the midst of those conversations with his head coach.

"I'm still deciding on what camps and visits to go to," Ingraham said. "We are trying to go as a group from school."

Stay tuned to Scout for the latest developments in Ingraham's recruitment.

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