With the impending departure of both of their starting safeties following the 2013 season, the Oregon Ducks will be looking to add at least a couple of standouts to the back end of their defense in the Class of 2014.
about 541 days ago | Brandon P. Oliver | Oregon Ducks
On the field, most elite football programs work to build their rosters from the inside out. The same can be said in recruiting. Put a fence around your state or region in order to sign all the local talent and build around those players.
about 688 days ago | Brandon P. Oliver | Oregon Ducks
Oregon's offense is about as young as you will find around the country, especially at the skill positions. It will be even younger in 2013, as only Kenjon Barner and Rahsaan Vaughn will exhaust their eligibility in 2012.
about 732 days ago | Brandon P. Oliver | Oregon Ducks
When Oregon defensive backs coach John Neal arrived in Eugene in the spring of 2003 he was not very well known among college football fans. He had spent the previous eight years as defensive backs coach at University of Alabama-Birmingham.
about 750 days ago | Brandon P. Oliver | Oregon Ducks
While Oregon will never be confused with Texas, Florida, Georgia or California in terms of football talent, the talent pool has become deeper in recent years. After a tough, in-state start under Chip Kelly, the Ducks have begun to keep the top recruits in state under the fourth-year head coach.
about 778 days ago | Brandon P. Oliver | Oregon Ducks
By hauling in the No. 18 recruiting class in 2012 the Oregon Ducks added more depth, size and skill to an already young and talented roster. The class, heavy on defense and elite skill-position players, could see a number of newcomers make an immediate impact in Eugene.
about 784 days ago | Brandon P. Oliver | Oregon Ducks