Recruiting roundup: Oregon post spring

May, 15, 2014
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Oregon has finished its spring practices and the coaches are on the recruiting trail this month. With that in mind, we thought it'd be good to give a quick recap of how the coaches are doing in picking up players for future Duck teams.

Here's a breakdown of where Oregon stands with the 2015 recruiting class. The Ducks have four commitments. (If a recruit is commitment elsewhere, that school is listed in parenthesis):

QUARTERBACK
  • Offers: 3
Kyler Murray, Jarrett Stidham (Texas Tech), Brady White (ASU) RUNNING BACK
  • Offers: 6
Soso Jamabo, Cameron Scarlett, Ronald Jones II (Oklahoma State), Ja'Mycal Hasty (Baylor), Bolu Olorunfunmi (UCLA) WIDE RECEIVER
  • Offers: 5
Alex Ofodile, Christian Kirk, Ryan Newsome, K.J. Hill
TIGHT ENDS
  • Offers: 4
Hale Hentges, Jackson Harris, Will Gragg, Bowman Archibald (Miami)
  • Commitments: 0
ATHLETE
  • Offers: 4
Stephen Johnson, Tim Irvin, Isaiah Langley, Louis Brown (Baylor)
  • Commitments: 0
OFFENSIVE LINEMEN
  • Offers: 13
Joshua Wariboko, Zack Bailey, Tim Lynott, Conner Dyer, Cody Creason, Andre James, Henry Roberts, Calvin Throckmorton, Quinn Oseland, Trey Adams (Washington), Richie Petitbon (Alabama) DEFENSIVE ENDS
  • Offers: 8
Josh Sweat, Byron Cowart, Keisean Lucier-South, Canton Kaumatule, Arden Key, Shareef Miller, Landis Durham, Charles Omenihu (Texas)
  • Commitments: 0
DEFENSIVE TACKLES
  • Offers: 4
Jacob Daniel, Russell Ude, Daylon Mack (Texas A&M), Breiden Fehoko (Texas Tech)
  • Commitments: 0
INSIDE LINEBACKERS
  • Offers: 3
Cameron Smith, Nick Conner, Josh Barajas (Penn State)
  • Commitments: 0
OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS
  • Offers: 4
Osa Masina, Cassius Peat, Adonis Thomas, Jeffery Holland
  • Commitments: 0
SAFETY
  • Offers: 2
Marvell Tell, Marcus Lewis (Florida)
  • Commitments: 0
CORNERBACK
  • Offers: 5


  • Commitments: 0

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