Mark Helfrich and the Oregon Football staff are busy on the Recruiting trail. The latest word from Craig Loper from Scout.com is that Junior College Defensive End Tui Talia has decommited from the Washington Huskies and committed to the Oregon Ducks. This should make Duck fans happy — 1. he changed his mind from the Huskies…2. Oregon now has a backup if anyone decides to depart for the NFL after their Junior season. Ife Ekpre Olomu for example. Talia brings Oregon’s 2014 class to 5.
Oregon also received more good news on Defense. Cornerback Dominique Harris committed to the Ducks according to AddictedtoQuack.com. Harrison is a 2013 commit from Contra Costa Junior College in California. He will have three years to play his two years of eligibility.
Addicted to Quack says,
Harrison is an under the radar recruit but given the staff’s ability to develop defensive backs you have to trust their judgment. With three years to play two, Harrison should help ease the transition in the secondary should any underclassmen decide to enter the draft in 2014.
As recruiting continues to heat up for the Ducks, well have more updates for you here on AutzenZoo.com
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