UO scholarship outlook for class of 2013 

August, 16, 2012
Evan VoellerTom Hauck/ESPNHSEvan Voeller (pictured) and Alex Redmond have Oregon's offensive line recruiting off to a good start.
With a roster stacked with young talent, scholarships are at a premium for the Ducks as they look to fill out the remainder of their 2013 recruiting class.

With just 10 seniors on the roster last season, the Ducks had a relatively small, 21-person class in 2012. Three freshmen, defensive end Arik Armstead, quarterback Jake Rodrigues and tight end Evan Baylis arrived in the spring and counted towards the 2011 class.

Attrition allowed for more scholarships to be offered as the early departures of Darron Thomas and LaMichael James opened up two more scholarships, as did the medical retirement of Justin Hoffman. Tra Carson and Tacoi Sumler transferred out of the program, adding two more spots.
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