Deommodore Lenoir is having a big senior season and has been a big play threat on both sides of the ball. Defensively is where we project Lenoir in college and he could play either corner or safety. He's a solid man to man cover corner who is very physical and strong in run support.
He played a ton of safety during the spring 7v7 circuit and looked very good there as well. He's a smart player who covers a lot of ground, has good ball skills and plays with toughness.
Offensively, Lenoir has played running back and receiver and looks noticeably more explosive. He has more of a burst, can run away from defenders and looks very elusive in the open field. He has also made several big plays in the return game on special teams and has clearly taken his game to another level this year.
We've always liked the edge Lenoir plays with and he's one of the most competitive players in the west. He's a tough kid who never takes plays off and brings a lot of passion and energy to the field. He's a natural leader who has a chance to play early in college and we won't be surprised if he gets a chance to play on both sides of the ball as well.
Lenoir is an Oregon commit but does plan to take a few official visits. Some of the schools we've heard mentioned as possible trip possibilities include Boise State, Colorado, Nebraska, TCU, UCLA and Washington.
To see Lenoir from earlier this season, check out his senior highlights above: