Commit Evan Voeller to play in UA game 

August, 3, 2012
Evan VoellerTom Hauck/ESPNHSOT commit Evan Voller will become just the second Oregon prospect to play in the UA game.
The state of Oregon is not known for its football talent, but each year the talent level seems to increase. Oregon State freshman Isaac Seumalo earned an invite to the Under Armour All-American Game last year, becoming the first Oregon prospect to play in the prestigious event.

The number of players from the state of Oregon to play in the game will double come January when Oregon commit Evan Voeller (West Linn, Ore./West Linn) will participate.

Voeller was invited and recently accepted his invitation to the event, which features many of the top players in the country, including another Oregon commit, Texas RB Dontre Wilson.
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