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Ducks Lining Up A-List Visitors For UCLA Game

Published: October 9, 2008

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In what appears to be the first big recruiting weekend for the Oregon football staff the Ducks have lined up what looks like a star packed group of seven recruits coming to Eugene on Friday to take part in the UCLA festivities. The group is front lined by 5-Star JC DT Myles Wade who was [...]


Ducks Land Commit But Won’t Be Official Till Saturday

Published: September 16, 2008

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According to the team over at Ducks Sports Authority the Ducks have a commit on their hands, well, sorta. Karrington Armstrong out of Reno, NV and from McQueen High School has told Rick Kimbrel of Rivals.com that he will be making it up to Eugene for the Boise State game for an official visit and [...]


Nation’s Top RB Showing Interest

Published: September 12, 2008

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According to the Miami Herald sports writer Manny Navarro the Ducks are picking up steam on the nation’s top running back recruit for the 2009 class in Bryce Brown in Rivals.com’s recruiting rankings. Brown is 6′ and 215 pounds and adds a power and finesse game that is rare among most high school running backs. [...]


Ari Stewart Rumored To Be A Duck

Published: September 5, 2008

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There has been some shifting of sorts on which school Ari Stewart will be going to in the fall next year according to sources in the know of Stewart’s recruitment. Stewart, a 6’7 185 pound small forward who is ranked inside the top 150 recruits in Rivals.com’s 2009 class rankings. Stewart is out of Marietta,GA [...]


Colorado Lineman Sets Official Visit and Might Commit

Published: September 5, 2008

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According to the guys over at Duck Sports Authority the Ducks will be hosting Jack Harris on Saturday against the Utah State Aggies. Harris is a 6’6 270 pound offensive tackle from Chaparral High School in Parker Colorado who is considered a 3-star and the 21st best tackle in the nation in Rival’s rankings. It’s been [...]


Nation’s 4th Ranked DE Recruit Sets Official Visit

Published: August 28, 2008

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According to Jeff Stroud of PrepColorado.com Nick Casa, a 6’7 235 pound 5-Star Defensive End out of Legacy High School in Broomfield, CO. Kasa is currently the 4th best defensive end in the nation according to Scout.com’s recruiting rankings. Kasa has set up a visit with Oregon on September 20th when the Ducks host Boise [...]


Another WR Sets Visit Date

Published: August 22, 2008

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The Oregon football team has secured another visit from a top notch recruit in back to back days now. Diante Jackson out of Walnut Creek, CA and plays for Las Lomas high school has told Brandon Huffman of SuperPrep.com he will be visiting the Oregon campus for an official visit during the Washington game on [...]


Ari Stewart, 4* Small Forward High On Ducks

Published: August 4, 2008

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Wait what, theres good news regarding a top prospect showing major interest in the Men’s basketball program at Oregon? No way! Meet Ari Stewart, a 6’7 185 pound SF/PF from Wheeler High School in Mareitta, GA. Stewart is the 12th best small forward according to Scout.com’s 2009 prep rankings and he currently sports offers from [...]


Ramos Situation Lose Lose For Everyone

Published: June 18, 2008

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I recently did a piece on Ramos for Duck Sports News as I am a guest contributor over there. Here are a few paragraphs that I wrote a link to their blog if you’d like to read it. Over the past few years football recruiting has grown in popularity to the point that websites such as [...]


Gaddy and Bradley Not Package Deal Entirely

Published: June 4, 2008

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This past week high school basketball standout Abdul Gaddy of Bellarmine Prep in Tacoma, WA pulled his commitment from the University of Arizona because of coaching changes and announced he was opening up his recruitment for 8 schools. The list included Oregon for the #2 rated PG in the nation for the class of 2009. [...]


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