National Signing Day 2014: 4-Star Safety Mattrell McGraw Commits to Oregon over Texas A&M

Mattrell McGraw - Student Sports Photos

Confirming long-held rumors, Mattrell McGraw announced on ESPNU this morning that he would attend the University of Oregon.

Oregon picked up a key piece in their 2014 recruiting class on National Signing Day when Mattrell McGraw announced that he would attend the University of Oregon. McGraw is a 4-star rated safety according to 247Sports and held offers from the top football programs in the country, including Alabama, Texas A&M, UCLA, USC, Texas, Baylor, Florida State, Ohio State, Michigan, and Notre Dame, among many others.

While McGraw was courted by all of the top teams from around the country, Oregon has long been the front-runner to lock up his commitment, due in large part to his strong relationship with DB coach John Neal. A native of New Orleans, Lousiana, McGraw is also from SEC country and it says a lot about the Oregon program and coaching staff that he would turn down the best programs in his region to become a Duck.

UPDATE - Reactions to Mattrell McGraw's commitment on Twitter:

You can watch McGraw's Junior highlight video below:

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