Oregon recruiting: Quick hitters 

October, 30, 2012
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Leon McQuay IIITom Hauck for ESPN.comSeffner, Fla., safety Leon McQuay III was the headlining official visitor this past weekend, as the ESPN 150 prospect enjoyed his time in Eugene.
With another relatively slow start to the recruiting year, the Oregon Ducks have been fairly quiet so far in terms of commitments. With limited scholarships available in the Class of 2013, the Ducks are being highly selective with the remaining spots in the class, so they are shooting for the stars.

This past weekend, the Ducks hosted one of the biggest stars in this year's recruiting class as the No. 40 player in the ESPN 150, Leon McQuay III (Seffner, Fla./Armwood), made the long trek from Florida to Eugene with his parents.

The early word on his visit is that it was a positive one for the nation's No. 3 safety. Regardless of how well the visit went, it will be tough to overcome schools such as USC, Florida, Florida State, Michigan and Vanderbilt to earn his signature come February.
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