Under Chip Kelly, the Oregon Ducks made it a priority to lock up the top in-state players as early as possible. Among the nation's top programs, the Ducks have perhaps the thinnest crop of in-state talent every year, but in recent years the talent level has improved slightly.
about 557 days ago | Brandon Oliver | On The Trail: West Region
We asked fans to pass along their questions for Ducks' RB commit Thomas Tyner (Aloha, Ore./Aloha) via the @ESPNDuckNation Twitter handle, so we could have the No. 54 player in the ESPN 150 share his thoughts with the fans.
about 564 days ago | Brandon P. Oliver | NCF On The Trail
When Chip Kelly left the Oregon program, one of the first moves the staff made was to offer WR Devon Allen (Phoenix, Ariz./Brophy Prep). Under Kelly, Allen was facing a greyshirt season if he chose to attend Oregon.
about 574 days ago | Brandon P. Oliver | NCF On The Trail
With national signing day exactly two weeks from today, DuckNation looks ahead to what Oregon has coming and who the Ducks still need and why. Team needs: The Ducks need to restock the cupboard at linebacker and offensive line.
about 577 days ago | Brandon P.Oliver | NCF On The Trail
After flirting with the NFL last year, Chip Kelly's name has been mentioned as a top target of many pro teams again this year. If he did take an NFL job, where would that leave the Ducks' recruiting efforts?
about 624 days ago | Brandon P. Oliver | NCF On The Trail
With the many recruiting rumors floating around the Oregon football program this week, the list of potential official visitors once included as many eight members of the ESPN 300, including seven from the ESPN 150.
about 645 days ago | Brandon P. Oliver | NCF On The Trail
The latest addition of the ESPN 150/300 is out and the Oregon Ducks still have four of their 11 commits listed in the rankings. There wasn't a lot of movement among the current commits as only running back Thomas Tyner (Aloha, Ore.
about 653 days ago | Brandon P. Oliver | NCF On The Trail
As his senior season turns to the playoffs, Brayden Kearsley is enjoying each opportunity to take the field with his teammates at Aloha (Ore.). However, in the back of his mind, he has already started to think about what it will be like to play "big-boy ball.
about 655 days ago | Mason Kelley | Washington Huskies