As Oregon opens Pac-12 play against the Arizona Wildcats, a number of visitors will be on hand to take in the game. Here's a quick look at each:
Tyree Robinson ATH - The first half of the impressive Robinson tandem, Tyree could play cornerback or wide receiver for the Ducks. He's also a four star recruit in basketball and is the taller and skinnier one of the two brothers.
Tyrell Robinson ATH - Tyrell could play linebacker or safety at Oregon and like his brother also wants to play basketball. Dana Altman will also be spending time with the brothers, along with basketball recruit Aaron Gordon (see below). The Robinson twins are also strongly considering Washington and were heavily recruited by USC before their recruiting class filled up.
Thomas Oser OL - Oser is a three star player who is very intelligent and possesses good size (6'4, 275 lbs). He is making his official visit to the Ducks and is one of their top remaining targets along the offensive line. He is also considering Stanford and Vanderbilt, among others.
Doug Brenner OL - The latest Oregon commit makes his official visit to the Ducks this weekend. Brenner is a sharp kid and incredibly strong (he broke all of Jesuit's weightlifting records).
Alex Redmond OL - The sturdy offensive guard from California makes his official visit to Oregon. He's a four-star player and committed to the Ducks in July.
Thomas Tyner RB - Tyner is on campus again after another huge game last night where he ran for 254 yards and 2 touchdowns as an encore to his record setting game last weekend, which included 10 touchdowns and 600+ yards on the ground.
After the jump, an update on the recruitment of prep basketball phenom, Aaron Gordon, along with some video.
Oregon is also hosting prep basketball phenom Aaron Gordon this weekend. Gordon is widely considered one of the top 10 high school players in the country and the best player on the west coast. At 6'8, 210 he could play small forward or power forward for the Ducks and would be an instant game changer for the program. Gordon is also considering Arizona, the Washington Huskies, Kansas Jayhawks, and the Kentucky Wildcats, and to a lesser degree California and Stanford. Oregon, Arizona, and Washington are thought to be the teams to beat as Gordon has been vocal about his desire to stay on the west coast.
Also this past week, Dana Altman and the Ducks met with former Rice forward Arsalan Kazemi, a senior transfer with two years to play one. Because Oregon hasn't started school yet they are one of the few schools that could sign Kazemi and have him play this year. Arsalan averaged a double-double for Rice the last two years and would add much needed depth and experience to Oregon's frontcourt.
Latest highlight video of Aaron Gordon (he can play):