Oregon Football National Signing Day 2013

The day has arrived. National Signing Day. The one day High school and junior college students across the country may have to learn and then use an actual fax machine for probably the only time in their life.

Oregon Football release time for their Commitment List has been moved up to Noon PT.  They will then release the list off all commits to that point. We will have a more extensive breakdown shortly after the list comes out. Of course, we will keep you up to date throughout the afternoon of who signs with the Ducks. We’ll update this page throughout the day, but for the Latest Updates on Oregon Recruiting follow our Twitter feed

(7:12am)The first news of the day, tweeted by Rob Moseley of the Register Guard comes from Wide Receiver Darren Carrington who sent a message on Twitter.

So today is tha big day where I Change my life 4 the next 4 years I will b officially becoming a DUCK today

7:41am)Chris Seisay, Athlete (American Canyon, California) is officially a Duck. Seisay played on both sides of the ball in high school.

(7:46am)The Robinson brothersTyree and Tyrell have committed to Oregon and will sign with the Ducks, according to a report. The Ducks should land on their feet after the coaching change.

(08:30am) Defensive End Davin Bellamy, who visited the Ducks last week has committed to Georgia.

Offensive Lineman Cameron Hunt commits to play for Mark Helfrich and Oregon Addicted to Quack reports.

(08:48am) Top247 Alief Taylor DE Torrodney Prevot(Houston, Texas) has committed to Oregon. Nice surprise get for the Ducks. Was a soft commit for USC. At 6 foot 4 he should be a nice disruptor for opposing offenses. The Ducks have been the beneficiaries of last minute changes in commitment over the last few years.

 

Here’s a quick recap of the last 48 hours.

-Monday night Dontre Wilson made it known that he will not attend the University of Oregon, but Ohio State for his collegiate career.

-The Ducks did manage to pick up a commit from Three Star Running Back Kani Benoit(Phoenix, Arizona), and still have Beaverton Oregon native and All American Thomas Tyner looking to sign on the dotted line today. In his Senior season (11 games) he rushed for 3,415 yards and 47 touchdowns. His rushing average was over 310 yards per game. The Ducks ground game looks to be in solid shape in 2013.

Here’s my take on the 2013 Class. I broke it down to Offense and Defense.

Justin Phillips is Sports Reporter for Newsradio 1120 KPNW in Eugene, Oregon

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