B.J. Kelley and Jamal Prater have decided that they won't play for the Ducks next season.
Despite being a four-star recruit Kelley made the decision to no longer play with Oregon. Kelley played 24 games and he was going to be competing for meaningful reps this spring. Prater will not return as well, joining players like Andre Yruretagoyena and Chance Allen.
The No. 2 Ducks will be playing the hated No. 19 Huskies this weekend.
Oregon hasn't been beaten this season in Pac-12 play when it comes to softball. All of the games will be televised on the Pac-12 Networks and Pac-12 pitcher of the week, Cheridan Hawkins, will be pitching for the Ducks.
Here are some newcomers to watch.
Spring practices start on Monday and here is a list of players to watch. Although big play VA won't be on campus until this summer there is a bunch of players to pay attention to. The quarterback position will be a heavy contest this spring and who will come in on defense to make an impact?
The baseball team is headed to Arizona.
Oregon will play in Tucson for the first time in three years. The Ducks are still ranked in the top 25 and will look to build some momentum before classes start back up.
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