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Lance Wilhoite, 2019 4* Wide Receiver, Commits to Ducks

The 2019 recruiting class could be the best one yet.

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The Oregon Ducks continue building what could be their greatest football class in school history (again, we’re talking about the whims of teenagers here, so let’s not get carried away) with the commitment of 2019 four star wide receiver Lance Wilhoite during the Rivals Five Star Challenge.

The 6’2, 186 pound Nashvillian was recruited by wide receivers coach Michael Johnson, and committed after a June 22nd visit to Eugene- his only official trip. He is the top ranked player out of Tennessee and the 22nd ranked receiver overall according to 247, and Rivals has him as the Nation’s No. 5 Wide Receiver and No. 34 prospect overall.

Wilhoite is Oregon’s 8th four star recruit of 2019 and it’s 14th overall commitment. The Ducks are now in the top 5 for recruiting in both the 247 rankings and the Rivals ranking.

Wilhoite joins these 2019 commits, to name a few (more profiles to come)


Ohio State, Arkansas, Louisville, Auburn, Cincinnati, Clemson, Florida State, Indiana, Kentucky, LSU, Memphis, Miami, Mississippi State, Missouri, NC State, Ole Miss, Penn State, Purdue, South Carolina, Tennessee, USF, Vanderbilt, Virginia Tech, Florida