Following Ryan Kelley's de-commitment, the Oregon Ducks are still in the hunt for another quarterback to fill out the 2017 class.
According to a report from OregonLive.com, along with several tweets from the recruit himself, one option could be Louisville commit Malik Cunningham:
The Oregon ducks are making a real big push #WTD— 〽️AGIC™ (@MalikMalikc10) May 24, 2016
Cunningham is a three-star, dual-threat quarterback out of Montgomery, Alabama who stands 6-1, 185 pounds. He holds a bunch of SEC and ACC offers but committed to Louisville back in April.
The quarterback has tweeted and retweeted several Oregon-related comments, such as these two:
Cunningham also says he's building a relationship with the Ducks' quarterback coach, David Yost. Officially, Oregon hasn't even offered him yet, but Cunningham says it's only a matter of time and that he's likely to visit Eugene over the summer. If the offer does come, the Ducks could potentially land another option at QB.
Here's his highlight reel, "Human Joystick":