Defensive Back Glen Ihenacho Commits to Oregon

Glen Ihenacho - Student Sports Photos

After visiting last weekend, Ihenacho committed to the Ducks Thursday night.

Oregon picked up its 13th commitment in the 2014 recruiting class last night in defensive back Glen Ihenacho.

Ihenacho visited last weekend for the Utah game. He is a 3 star rated defensive back according to most recruiting services and also held offers from UCLA, Miami, Washington, and Arizona among others. At 6'0, 185 lbs Ihenacho could play safety or cornerback at Oregon. He is the younger brother of current Broncos safety Duke Ihenacho and former NFL linebacker Carl Ihenacho.

Glen Ihenacho is Oregon's third defensive back commitment in this class, joining 5-star Arrion Springs and JUCO cornerback Dominique Harrison. The Oregon coaching staff has been very aggressive in pursuing defensive backs in this class and will probably add at least one or two more before all is said and done. Oregon is in very good shape with 4-star DB Budda Baker (who also visited last weekend) and 4-star safety Mattrell McGraw. 5-star standouts Juju Smith and Adoree Jackson also remain uncommitted and have legitimate interest in the Ducks, though USC may be the team to beat for both given its resurgence under Ed Orgeron.

You can watch Ihenacho's highlight tape below:

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