OL's commit gives Ducks solid foundation 

July, 2, 2012
Offensive line is a big piece of the Oregon Ducks 2013 recruiting effort, as the Ducks lose three linemen after the 2012 season. Having already locked up the top in-state offensive lineman in Evan Voeller (West Linn, Ore./West Linn), the Ducks added another piece when Alex Redmond (Los Alamitos, Calif./Los Alamitos), one of the the top offensive line prospects in Southern California, gave his pledge to the Ducks on Sunday night.

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Voeller, the No. 12 OT in the class, and Redmond, the No. 45 OT, bring versatility to the Ducks. Either one could play guard but also has the size and potential to slide to tackle on the outside. (Read their scouting reports: (Voeller here, and Redmond here.)

Oregon offensive line coach Steve Greatwood has proven his ability to get the most out of his players, as he is known as one of the best in the business. Redmond and Voeller should benefit from Greatwood's coaching and see their games step up once they are in Eugene.

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