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  • Nichols Cline Feature

    Recruiting Update: 6’8 Goliath Heading to Eugene on a Visit

    Football Recruiting News Life along the recruiting trail is beginning to reach a fevered pitch as signing day draws near.  Oregon’s 2014 class has seen some rocky moments over the last week but nonetheless figures to be one of the best in the country when …

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  • Recruiting Update: Oregon Looking to Re-Unite Teammates from the Deep South

    Basketball Recruiting News With Oregon set to begin its tournament run this coming Thursday, west-coast big man and prized Duck target Aaron Gordon (5-Star/San Jose, CA/Rivals150) quietly set his announcement date for April 3rd at the McDonald’s All-American Game.  The 6’8″, 205 lb. low post …

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  • Juwaan Williams — Decisive, Intelligent, Tenacious

    Juwaan Williams had an impressive high school career, with 38 touchdowns and 1,569 total yards rushing, averaging 8.5 yards per carry.   As a junior, the 6’0″ 185 pound quarterback led his Tucker, Georgia, team to a state AAAAA Football Championship. While Williams’ team was not …

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    Oregon Brings In Recruits — On And Off The Field

    Since new coach Mark Helfrich has taken over for Chip Kelly, he has been very busy on the recruiting trail.  Not only has he and five assistant coaches had an in home visit with every current commit, he has also added some much needed talent …

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    Oregon’s Next Commitment?

    I have been hearing many rumours through the grapevine that Oregon’s next commitment could come from 3 star athlete Juwaan Williams.  Of course, all of those rumours were previous to the Chip Kelly departure.  Whether or not Kelly’s departure has any effect on Williams has …

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  • Recruiting Update: Oregon Mounting Raid in SEC’s Backyard?

    Football Recruiting News/Offers Oregon’s post-Civil War recruiting trips may have yielded a new angle in the deep South. Once a seemingly untouchable region, the walls of the “southern accent” conference aren’t so tall anymore. Somewhat of a sleeper storyline, linebackers coach Don Pellum visited and offered rising …

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