Oregon offensive line coach Steve Greatwood appears to have landed his third verbal commit along the offensive line for the 2013 recruiting class.
DuckTerritory has confirmed with sources the report late Tuesday night from PhillyBurbs.com that Medford (N.J.) Shawnee offensive lineman Jake Pisarcik has verbally committed to the University of Oregon.
Unranked in the 247Sports database, Pisarcik is the Ducks' 12th verbal commitment for their 2013 recruiting class and the third offensive line commit, joining highly-touted in-state prospects Evan Voeller and Doug Brenner.
According to Phillyburbs.com, Pisarcik transitioned from tight end to offensive tackle as senior this season, earning Burlington County first-team offense honors. Pisarcik is also the son of former NFL quarterback Joe Pisarcik, who played for both the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles from 1977-1984.
"This all happened so fast," Shawnee coach Tim Gushue told the website. "[Oregon] expressed interest in him last week. When they liked what they saw, they came here and met him in person. They really liked him."
Stay with 247Sports and DuckTerritory as more information is gathered on this developing story.