Oregon football currently entered the national Top 5 for their 2018 recruiting class. Not only do the Ducks possess the best ‘18 recruiting class in the Pac-12, but it could be the greatest group in program history. By the end of the recruiting cycle, Willie Taggart could be the head coach of the No. 1 class in the country.
Prospects and parents/guardians alike feel a certain comfort level with the Oregon football regime. And it’s beginning to show up with the future commitments.
Oregon snagged eight prospects by the 2017 Spring Game. Entering July, the Ducks have nearly doubled that with 15 total commits for 2018 and even a few for 2019. UO still has 10 scholarships available for 2018, but spots are closing fast.
Let’s take a look at the incredible incoming class of 2018, thus far. These composite ranks are based on ESPN scouting grades.
OREGON COMMITS FOR 2018 CLASS:
85 - Dawson Jaramillo, Offensive Lineman (4-star)
84 - Steve Stephens, Safety (4-star)
83 - Jevon Holland, Safety (4-star)
83 - Tre’Shaun Harrison, Athlete (4-star)
83 - Adrian Jackson, Linebacker (4-star)
82 - Braden Lenzy, Athlete (4-star)
82 - Isaiah Bolden, Cornerback (4-star)
82 - Jamal Elliott, Running Back (4-star)
82 - Warren Thompson, Wide Receiver (4-star)
80 - Jonathan King, Defensive End (4-star)
78 - Christopher Randazzo, Offensive Tackle (3-star)
77 - Spencer Webb, Tight End (3-star)
75 - Travis Dye, Running Back (3-star)
NR - MJ Cunningham, Athlete (3-star)
N/A - Mohamed Diallo, Defensive Tackle (Transfer)
We will continue to update you on the continually growing list of commits for the future of Oregon football all this summer. We are just 63 days away from opening day against Southern Utah on September 2. Buckle your seatbelt.