Players to watch at Oregon NFTC
Originally Published: May 18, 2012By Brandon Oliver | RecruitingNation
- Here are five players to watch at the Oregon NFTC on Sunday: Eddie Vanderdoes (Auburn, Calif./Placer)
Vanderdoes, No. 57 in the ESPN 150 and the No. 7 DT in the nation, is one of the top players on the West Coast and has offers from Florida, LSU, Alabama, Oregon, USC, Nebraska and Michigan, among others. The 6-foot-4, 285-pound Vanderdoes will have a chance to prove himself against a pair of the West Coast's offensive linemen in hopes of earning an invite to The Opening. Evan Voeller (West Line, Ore./West Linn)
One of the top offensive linemen to come out of Oregon in the past few years, the Oregon commit will make the quick trip down I-5 to his future home to fine-tune his skills against a solid defensive line group. Voeller, No. 171 in the ESPN 300 and the No. 12 offensive tackle in the country, hopes to raise his stock nationally by impressing against a higher level of competition than he sees in-state, specifically when he matches up with Vanderdoes. He also has recruiting on his mind, as he'll have a chance to go be around or face off against many the Ducks' top targets.
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