Oregon recruiting: Quick hitters 

November, 6, 2012
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Max RedfieldErik McKinney/ESPN.comESPN 150 Max Redfield is back on the market after decommitting from USC on Sunday, and Oregon is looking forward to the chance to get him on campus.
After a second straight win against USC in Los Angeles gave Oregon its 13th consecutive road victory -- and 12th straight win overall -- the Ducks are flying high, and recruits are taking notice.

In recent years, the Ducks have made a habit of sitting back and letting things play out in recruiting. Last year, they added two ESPN 150 players -- Bralon Addison and Arik Armstead -- at the end of the recruiting cycle. So far this year, the Ducks have a small but talented recruiting class. If the latest rumblings and recent history are any indication, the Ducks seem to be in prime position to make a late push up the class rankings.

The biggest news of the recruiting weekend is that one of USC's top recruits -- Max Redfield of Mission Viejo (Calif.) High School -- chose to open up his recruitment. Redfield decommitted on Sunday after a couple weeks of speculation that he would do so after a strong visit to Notre Dame last month.
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