Posted April 01, 2020 07:12:20As the recruiting season draws to a close, we’ve already seen the number of Oregon recruits skyrocket.
The Ducks’ 2017 class has already gone from the top-100 list to the top 20, and we’ve seen the class continue to grow.
Oregon’s recruiting class is currently ranked number two in the country and ranked number seven in the Big Ten, according to Rivals.com.
The Ducks have an incredible class on paper.
They’re the No. 1 team in the nation, and they’ve been the top team in college football since 2011.
However, that recruiting class will soon be put to the test.
Here’s what you need to know about Oregon’s 2018 recruiting class:The 2018 recruiting classes recruiting rankings are based on 247Sports’ composite rankings, which include the recruiting rankings of ESPN, CBS Sports, and Scout.
The recruiting rankings for the 2019 class are based off the 247Sports composite rankings and the 247 Composite.
The 2019 recruiting class has a projected starting class of 7,000 players, according the 247 Sports Composite Rankings.
In 2018, Oregon’s class ranked No. 5 in the 247Composite Rankings, but that was due to a major recruiting class that included several players from Oregon’s previous recruiting class.
That class included the No!
1 recruit in the 2017 class, the No!!
in the 2016 class, and the No!!!
in the 2015 class.
The 2018 class is expected to produce some of the biggest names in Oregon football history.
The class includes the No!!!!
players in Oregon history, including No!
quarterback Jaelen Strong and the #!!!
linebackers D’Andre Walker and Ryan Groy.
The 2018 class will also include No. 3 receiver Chris Harper, No. 2 tight end Corey Williams, and No. 10 safety Matt Lutz.