National Signing Day is upon us and these are the recruits who could commit to Oregon football on Wednesday to complete the class.
Dan Lanning has a busy first signing day with Oregon football ahead of him as there are a handful of commits who have yet to sign and there are 7-8 other targets on the board.
In fact, Oregon has seven players already signed in its 2022 class from the early period and there are five pledges who haven’t signed, led by Jahlil Florence who committed on Jan. 31. If all goes as planned, the class will be at least 15-16 on Wednesday night at the conclusion of National Signing Day.
It’s not going to be easy to climb from No. 43 where the Ducks’ class sits nationally right now into that top-30 range, but Lanning is well on his way to finishing strong.
Landing Florence right ahead of signing day could be a sign of things to come and some positive momentum for the Ducks.
Who else could commit to Oregon football?
The Ducks are in on a handful of recruits on National Signing Day and there are two guys (Arlis Boardingham and Josh Conerly) who could commit shortly after. Boardingham, a four-star athlete, plans on committing on Friday or even next week, and Conerly, a five-star offensive lineman, is planning on committing next month.
Who could make Oregon football fans happy on Wednesday?
- Gracen Halton is a former commit who reopened his recruitment last week and Oregon, Oklahoma, and Miami are his finalists. He’s the No. 257 overall recruit in the class.
- Jordan James is a four-star running back who is currently committed to Georgia but Lanning has been working hard on flipping him and the feeling is that the Ducks are the team to beat. Florida and Georgia are the Ducks’ top competition for the No. 192 overall recruit.
- Emar’rion Winston has been trending toward Oregon for the past couple of days and Washington and Florida are also in the running for the four-star linebacker.
- Dave Iuli is another former Oregon commit, like Halton, and the feeling is that the Ducks will get him back on signing day. Mario Cristobal and Miami made a strong push for him, but Lanning looks to have won this battle and we’ll know for sure on Wednesday. He’s the No. 188 overall recruit and 10th-best interior offensive lineman in the class.
- Christen Miller is a top Georgia recruit and he looked like a lock to the Bulldogs not too long ago, but Lanning made a push for him. This would be a long shot for Oregon, but it’s still something to watch.
- Jaelyn Davis-Robinson has been trending toward LSU recently and it seems like Oregon might be out of this one. The three-star cornerback would be a nice surprise.
It’ll be a busy signing day for Oregon fans as they try to keep up with all of these decisions.