Oregon still looking for quarterback 

July, 9, 2012
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Most college programs make it a point to bring in at least one quarterback in every recruiting class due to the importance of the position. With Oregon's unique offense and the fact that the quarterbacks in Chip Kelly's system are in the open field more than most, the Ducks have always tried to follow this rule.

With a number of young signal callers on the roster, the Ducks are being even more selective than usual in issuing scholarship offers to quarterbacks in the class of 2013.

When Anthony Jennings (Marietta, Ga./Marietta) opted to commit to LSU in early June, the Ducks began looking at other quarterbacks that would be a good fit in Eugene. The next quarterback to earn an offer from the Oregon coaching staff was Johnny Stanton (Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif./Santa Margarita Catholic).
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