"I made a soft verbal commitment to Oregon," Stuckey said. "I made it about a month ago."
However, he made it clear that he is still taking trips. He intends on visiting Oregon, Arizona, Washington and Oregon State. That leaves one open spot and likely he'll take advantage of that trip too, although he hasn't decided where he'll visit yet.
Oregon is recruiting him as a weakside linebacker and while he'll take an official visit the University of Oregon, he's already been there once before when Oregon played its spring game on April 28, 2007.
Don't expect any decision soon because it is football season now and that's taking up most of his time and energy. Likely he won't make his final decision until after the season is over.
Still taking trips
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