- Jeremy Crabtree, RecruitingNation
Sometimes perception can top reality in recruiting.
No. 8 running back Taj Griffin announced Thursday night he committed to Oregon over a final group of Clemson, Florida State, Georgia and USC. The pickup was significant for the Ducks, and Oregon assistants Gary Campbell and Scott Frost should be commended for their ability to swoop into the Southeast and snag the nation’s No. 89 player and Georgia’s 14th-best prospect. For the Ducks, this recruiting victory is about as big as it gets. Griffin is a perfect fit for the Oregon spread offense.
I've decided to take my talents to the west coast and officially commit to University of Oregon #GoDucks !!
— Taj Griffin (@TG__7) April 25, 2014
What will likely cause the most discussion among fans, however, is the perception that Georgia lost another quality in-state recruit to a Pac-12 program.
Technically, it’s true.
Sometimes perception can top reality in recruiting.No. 8 running back Taj Griffin announced Thursday night he committed to Oregon over a final group of Clemson, Florida State, Georgia and USC.