Recruiting by state: Colorado and Utah 

December, 12, 2012
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Oregon has never been able to load up on elite local players who grew up dreaming of playing for the them. The Ducks have always recruited California as well as they can be expected to. In recent years, they have done a great job of going into states not known for producing talent to secure commitments from some players that were mostly overlooked throughout their high school careers. To continue the series of Oregon's recruiting by state, DuckNation examines the success -- or lack thereof -- the Ducks have experienced when recruiting Colorado and Utah over the past decade.

2004
OL Jeff Kendall (Colorado Springs, Colo.): Kendall signed with the Ducks and became a four-year letter winner for the Ducks. His versatility allowed the Ducks to move him around on some of their most successful offensive lines ever.

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