Recruiting never stops in today's world of college athletics. While Oregon's football staff closed the book on the 2014 class Wednesday the 2015 class is now front and center.
Sources say Oregon could land their first 2015 verbal commitment sometime this month or early in March as recruits start flocking to Eugene for unofficial visits.
Lemieux was set to visit Oregon in April, but he's since moved that visit up to a few months to allow him a chance to get to Oregon as quickly as possible.
The Ducks have offered nine offensive lineman already for the 2015 class and we've got a beat on where Lemieux currently sits and how those offers impact each other.
DuckTerritory.com goes into what we've heard went wrong with five-star John Smith, could Oregon add someone else in 2014, a look at upcoming junior days for 2015, the Crystal Ball for 2015, and news of a potential scholarship offer going out to a 2015 recruit.
But today's Inside Read doesn't end there either!
We dive into news of Oregon's basketball team getting close to finalizing a non-conference game next season with one of this year's best teams. The Ducks have made a strong effort in trying to beef up their schedule for next season and with the news we've heard today East Coast Ducks will love the news. On top of that Oregon could position themselves to play against four NCAA Tournament teams from this year's BCS conferences in the non-conference schedule.
We map it all out.
We also have some scoop on five-star JaQuan Lyle's visit to Oregon and what kind of impact Oregon made on his family.
Most importantly we've got you covered for all things 2014 and 2015 recruiting wise for football.