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  1. Oregon recruiting: Wide receivers

    Brandon P. Oliver

    With one current commit locked in at the wide receiver position and two athletes that could potentially wind up on the offensive side of the ball, the Oregon Ducks are still in search of another pass catcher in the Class of 2013. Depending on who ...

    Blog | December 13, 2012
  2. Oregon recruiting mailbag: Dec. 7

    Brandon P. Oliver

    There has been a high volume of activity surrounding the Ducks' recruiting efforts in the past week. Some good, some bad and some, just plain weird. The Ducks dropped two of their top targets, added three new offers and reached out to USC CB commit C...

    Blog | December 07, 2012
  3. Is there a method to the recruiting madness?

    Brandon P. Oliver

    Since Chip Kelly arrived in Eugene, Oregon's recruiting philosophy has been an impossible riddle to solve. From ignoring elite West Coast prospects that desired attention from the Ducks to offering elite players from the other side of the country -- ...

    Blog | December 05, 2012
  4. Oregon not offering Gareon Conley?

    Brandon P. Oliver

    ESPN 150 CB Gareon Conley, who expressed strong interest in Oregon while being committed to Michigan, decommitted from the Wolverines on Tuesday. "Coach [Greg] Mattison was at my school today and we told him [I was decommitting]," Conley told Wol...

    Blog | November 27, 2012
  5. Michigan commit Conley still thinking Ducks

    Brandon P. Oliver

    One of the biggest recruiting battles brewing as the 2013 recruiting cycle begins to hit it's peak, is one that seemingly came out of nowhere. After a long commitment to Michigan, CB Gareon Conley (Massillon, Ohio/Washington) has said publicly in rec...

    Blog | November 08, 2012
  6. Oregon recruiting takes shape

    Brandon P. Oliver

    As the Ducks' schedule is about to get turned up a notch at Arizona State, recruiting is starting to take shape as well. With a limited number of spots left, the Ducks seem to be continuing their recent trend of adding elite prospects to their recrui...

    Blog | October 16, 2012
  7. Oregon recruiting: Defensive backs

    Brandon P. Oliver

    With an defense as fast and lethal as their offense, the Oregon secondary has become perhaps the deepest, and strongest unit on the team. The Ducks have improved athletically at the position and have some solid talent waiting in the wings. With an...

    Blog | October 15, 2012