Oregon Still Recruiting

Oregon's fall camp opens on Monday, August 6th and the three-time straight defending Pac-12 Champions aspire to make it back to the BCS Championship game. While the season is ready to start, recruiting continues to draw attention as several top prospects indicate that Oregon is in line for official visits.

While the Oregon sit at No. 5 in the Coaches' Pre-season Poll, the Duck coaches are still on the hunt for players for the 2012 recruiting class.

Topping the list of blue chip athletes intending to visit Oregon is Montravius Adams the nation's No. 1 defensive tackle according to Scout.com's rankings.

"USC, Oregon, and LSU are the schools I plan to visit right now and I am not sure about the other two," Adams told Scout's Chad Simmons. "I know I can take unofficial visits to schools closer to home, so I am looking to visit the schools farther away officially.

Four-star running back Derrick Green, Richmond (Va.) Hermitage HS, has trimmed his long list of suitors to six including Oregon according to a report by Scout's Michael Clark. However no date has yet been set for Green's visit to Oregon. Green was in the state of Oregon in July when he attended The Opening on the Nike Campus in Beaverton.

Scout's top wide receiver in the nation, Ricky Seals-Jones was mentioned by Greg Powers in a report following The Opening that he'll visit Oregon on an official visit.

The No. 3 wide receiver nationally according to Scout is James Quick and on July 19th Quick confirmed Oregon is in his top-6 programs.

Oregon is still very much in the hunt for the No. 2 wide receiver Robert Foster according to a post on Talefeathers by John Garcia Jr.

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