Newly named Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich will announce his first official recruiting class at Oregon today. Oregon has announced that they won’t officially announce the signings until 1:30 pm PST when Oregon hopes to have most if not all of their letters of intent received.
Will Tyrell Robinson along with his twin brother pick Oregon?
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The Rundown on Targets Still Available
The day’s events should kick off bright and early for Oregon as four-star athletes and twin brothers Tyree and Tyrell Robinson plan to announce at 7:30 am if they will stick with Oregon or flip to a different school. The Robinson brothers have been committed to Oregon since the end of September. Tyrell is the nation’s 135th best prospect in the nation while Tyree is 153rd. Oregon likes Tyrell at linebacker while Tyree could end up playing a variety of positions at the next level should he choose Oregon.
Following the Robinson twins announcement four-star and the nation’s 240th best player Torrodney Prevot will announce at 11 am PST. Prevot is currently verbally committed to USC but reports say he will not sign with USC but choose between Oregon and hometown Texas A&M. Prevot officially visited USC Dec. 7th, Oregon January 18th, and then finally Texas A&M January 25th. Since Prevot’s official visit to Texas A&M he’s gone into silent mode and hasn’t done interviews. Many view Texas A&M as the favorite.
Three-star offensive lineman Cameron Hunt will also announce which college he will attend in during the day. The nation’s 27th best offensive tackle out of Corona, CA has been committed to Cal but checked out Ohio State, Michigan, and Oregon along with Cal officially. DuckTerritory.com sources believe Hunt will flip from Cal to Oregon.
Linebacker or defensive end prospects Davin Bellamy and Zach Cunningham also plan to officially commit to a college on National Signing Day. Bellamy is a three-star defensive end choosing between Oregon, Tennessee, and Georgia. He officially visited Oregon last weekend but Oregon appears to be a longshot. Cunningham visited January 18th but DuckTerritory.com sources believe the distance from Eugene, OR to Cunningham’s hometown of Pinson, AL is too far. Look for Cunningham to likely land up at Vanderbilt. Auburn is also a choice for Cunningham.
Three-star receiver Christian Cumberlander out of Lagrange, GA is also considering Oregon and will announce his college decision on Wednesday. He is deciding between Oregon, San Diego State, and Auburn. Oregon is a longshot to land the 6-foot-3 receiver.
The Early Enrollees
JC LB Joe Walker -- on campus
The Verbal Commits To Sign
RB Thomas Tyner
WR Darren Carrington
ATH Tyree Robinson
LB Tyrell Robinson
S Chris Seisay
WR Devon Allen
ATH Danny Mattingly
OT Evan Voeller
ATH Juwaan Williams
ATH Damion Hobbs
OT Elijah George
TE Johnny Mundt
RB Kani Benoit
K Matt Wogan
C Doug Brenner
OG Jake Pisarcik
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