Will Ducks hold on to their commits? 

January, 16, 2013
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With just three weeks to go until recruits from the class of 2013 are able to sign, things are as fluid as they ever have been with signing day approaching. The Oregon Ducks to this point have a small recruiting class, but their commitments all claim to be firm.

A look at the current Oregon commits, with the odds of them signing with the Ducks on signing day:

RB Thomas Tyner (Aloha, Ore./Aloha) -- 95%: The No. 54 player in the ESPN 150 is the Ducks' longest-standing commit. He decommitted in November -- for less than 24 hours -- after he informed the Ducks' staff that he wanted to visit UCLA. The U.S. Army All-American has caused Ducks' fans to bite their nails in the past, but he recently affirmed his commitment.
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