Oregon football is trending with one of the top uncommitted cornerbacks in the 2022 class right ahead of National Signing Day in February.
After picking up a big commitment from three-star athlete Justius Lowe on Tuesday, Oregon football is beginning to pick up some serious recruiting momentum.
In fact, the Ducks are now trending with another top target in the 2022 class just ahead of Feb. 2’s National Signing Day.
Khamari Terrell, who is high on the list of targets for Baylor, USC, Clemson, and Florida, to Oregon is picking up some serious steam this week. Oregon offered him just a couple of weeks ago, but the Ducks picked up a massive crystal ball from Steve Wiltfong earlier this week.
It was just one crystal ball, but when it comes from Wiltfong, it holds some serious weight. It’s almost inevitable that the Ducks are going to get a flood of them in the near future.
Terrell would be a nice addition maybe along with Jahlil Florence (assuming he still has Oregon on his radar) at the cornerback position. He’s ranked the No. 30 cornerback in the 2022 class as well as the 38th-best Texas-based recruit, according to 247Sports. The service also has him listed as a four-star prospect.
Landing Terrell would be a nice surprise as he wasn’t on the radar before Dan Lanning took over.
Dan Lanning, Oregon football still have work to do
Just a couple of months ago, Oregon had one of the top 10 recruiting classes in the country but fast forward to mid-January and it’s hovering in the 50-range.
Mario Cristobal’s departure led to a lot of decommitments and it also eliminated some top targets from the board (Cyrus Moss, Kelvin Banks). It was a gut punch, but Oregon is slowly fighting its way back up the team rankings on 247Sports.
Currently ranked No. 52 in the 2022 class, Oregon could still land a few more key recruits who would bump it up into that 20-30 range. Lanning has a lot of work to do, but what he’s done in just a month has been nothing short of impressive.