Ducks faring well in new rankings 

January, 10, 2013
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The final edition of the ESPN 150/300 is out and there is reason for optimism for Oregon fans. The same four Oregon commits that were ranked in the last edition of the rankings remain ranked. Three of the four commits moved no more than four spots in either direction. The other made a huge jump after an outstanding senior season.

The Ducks moved up one spot in the latest edition of the ESPN Class Rankings after adding three commits since the previous rankings. The 36-spot improvement of the Ducks new, highest-rated recruit also aided in the Ducks moving up to No. 21

RB Thomas Tyner (Aloha, Ore./Aloha) made the biggest jump up in the rankings after a strong week at the US Army Bowl showed that he can hang with the nation's best. Tyner moved up to No. 90 from No. 104.

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