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Jonah Miller, 4* Offensive Tackle, Commits to Ducks

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Mario Cristobal landed an especially huge commitment for the already huge Oregon offensive line.

Yesterday, Jonah Miller chose to commit to the Oregon Ducks over Arizona State, USC, Washington, Penn State and Texas. The four-star, 6-foot-8, 285-pound blue chip commit will join Under Armour All-American Center Jackson Light and four-star tackle Bram Walden as the latest Duck offensive line recruit.

According to 247Sports, Miller is the nation’s 25th ranked offensive tackle and 267th prospect overall. He’s the third recruit of the 2021 class from the state of Arizona, joining Ty Thompson and Bram Walden.

Oregon still trails PAC-12 foe No. 5 USC in recruiting rankings (Nine 4-Stars, Three 3-Stars, and 92.05 average), and currently sits at No. 16 nationally (Seven 4-Stars, One 3-Star, 92.79 average). Cal sits in third in the PAC-12 at No. 37 nationally and Washington fourth at No. 50 nationally.