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 all is said and done. Along with some familiar targets, the Ducks recently made moves on two new names that have potential to be late-cycle grabs if all goes according to plan.
Two sport big-man Jalen Canty (3-Star/Vallejo, CA) picked up an Oregon offer over the weekend and indicated he will be in Eugene on January 31st to give the Ducks a hard look. Standing 6-foot-8, 270 lbs., Canty does his work on the edge as a defensive end and is capable of dropping back into coverage when needed.
When not putting pressure on opposing quarterbacks, Canty is a force to be reckoned with down low on the hardwood and could potentially play both sports at the collegiate level. Oregon’s willingness to allow athletes to spend time with multiple sports could be a huge selling point for Canty as he considers his final program list.
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“Coach John Neal reached out to me a few days ago,” said Tucker. “. . . I am interested in the Ducks.”
Tucker, at 6-foot-1, 183 lbs., fits the mold of Oregon’s secondary and could fill the role of a rover tasked with taking opposing offenses out of their passing game rhythm.
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