Oregon NFTC notebook
Originally Published: June 10, 2012By Brandon Oliver | ESPN RecruitingNation
- EUGENE, Ore. -- The final stop on the Nike Football Training Camp Tour featured three members of the ESPN 300, including one member of the ESPN 150, who showed why they have numerous offers from a who's who of college football and a number of under-the-radar prospects hoping to boost their stock. Eddie Vanderdoes (Auburn, Calif./Placer) was the headliner at the camp and proved why he has offers from the best programs in every region. It's telling that SEC powerhouses Alabama, Florida and LSU are out on the West Coast recruiting the defensive tackle, who is No. 57 in the ESPN 150. But those are just a few of the programs after the 6-foot-3, 303-pound Vanderdoes and he's nowhere close to naming a favorite. "Every time I think I want to narrow it down, a new school emerges for me," he said. "At this point I am just feeling my way through the process with no favorites in mind."
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