Oregon Ducks Recruiting

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    The Ducks added their third recruit in two weeks tonight. Nick Mays is the newest addition to the Oregon family. Mays is a 3* kicker who was the fourth ranked player at his position and No. 282 overall. Mays will also redshirt a year before competing for a job.
     
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    Oregon Commits


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    Stars Pos. Rank (Pos./Ovr) Name Ht. Wt. State
    ***** OLB 3--27 Brooks Mitchell 6--3 229 VA
    ***** CB 3--42 David Moore 6--2 177 IL
    **** DT 7--63 Scott Baker 6--4 325 CA
    **** MLB 9--90 Nate Sanders 5--9 229 LA
    **** OLB 15--183 Oliver Barrett 6--2 226 IN
    **** DE 7--192 Justin Robertson 6--0 213 CA
    **** QB 10--196 Jimmy Carter 6--4 210 CA
    **** OLB 6--198 Cory Jackson 6--2 198 CA
    **** RB 13-199 Eric Berry 5--8 164 CA
    **** ATH 13--219 Darrell Wilson 6--3 288 OH
    *** G 34--398 Michael Lester 6--4 285 CA
    *** DE 19--441 Brian Yates 6--5 208 OH
    *** FS 28-563 Abraham Smith 6--1 181 WA
    *** K 4-282 Nick Mays 6--1 180 WA
    ** DE 81-1,445 Michael Weber 6--5 245 OR
    ** FB 16-1,482 Mike Johnson 6--1 254 CA
     
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    Abraham Smith is a three star fress safety from Everett, Washington. Smith is ranked as the No. 28 free safety and 563 prospect overall. The 6-1 181 pounder was the No. 12 rated prospect in the state of Washington. Smith is expected to redshirt next season. Despite being known as a hard hitter, coaches were impressed with A man coverage rating.

    Michael Weber is the first of what figures to be many defensive ends to commit to Oregon. Weber, a Salem, Oregon native, is a two star project who coaches feel could really contribute to the program by the time he becomes a sophomore. Weber is the No. 81 defensive end and No. 1,455 overall. Weber, who stands 6-5 and weighs 245 lbs. and was the No. 6 prospect in Oregon, is expected to redshirt next year as well.

    Oregon still has 14 scholarships to give out this season.
     
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    The Ducks added their third recruit in two weeks tonight. Nick Mays is the newest addition to the Oregon family. Mays is a 3* kicker who was the fourth ranked player at his position and No. 282 overall. Mays will also redshirt a year before competing for a job.

    On Monday, Oregon announced that two recruits have decided to continue their academic and athletic career's with the Ducks.
     
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    Prior to its win over Stanford, Oregon got word that five recruits faxed in their LOI's to play for Oregon next season. This now gives Oregon 8 recruits out of a class of what should be 16.

    The first signee is Scott Baker, a 4* DT from California. Baker is 6-4 325lbs and could see time next season.

    Also from finding his way north is "the President" Jimmy Carter. Carter, a QB, is the 10th ranked QB in the nation.
    The final player from Cali is fullback Mike Johnson. Johnson will be starting next season since his 6-1, 254 frame is already college ready.

    The two other recruits are four star prospects Nate Sanders and Darrell Wilson. Sanders is a MLB from Louisiana who will be seeing time as a backup next season and Wilson is an athlete who projects to the defensive end position.
     
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    Oregon's class continues to fill up with potential game changers as the Ducks got two more commits this weekend in 5 star linebacker Brooks Mitchell and four star running back Eric Berry.

    Mitchell is a 6-3, 229 run stopper out of Virginia that the Ducks could use right now. Scouting services rank Mitchell as the No. 3 OLB and No. 27 prospect in the nation.

    Berry comes to Oregon from California. At 5-8, many were worried about his size but the Duck coaches believe he fits in great in their system. Berry was the No. 13 RB and No. 199 prospect in the nation.
     
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    Oregon has 6 more spots to fill in this year's class.
     
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    Oregon gave out another free ride prior to the end of the season when defensive end Justin Robertson agreed to come to Oregon to continue his football career.

    Robertson is the No. 7 DE and 192nd ranked player overall and earned four stars by various recruting services. At 6-0, 212, he is an undersized end who hopes to cause problems for tackles with his speed. This is also the fifth player from California who will be coming to Oregon next season.
     

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