The Week In Recruiting

While the basketball team completed an impressive run toward a Pac-12 Tournament Championship, the football program continued plodding along the recruiting trail. In case you missed it, here's what happened.

Oregon picked up its first commit from the class of 2014 in Wailuku (Hawaii) Baldwin linebacker Jordan Hoiem. At 6-foot-4, 207-pounds, the three star athlete committed almost immediately, according to Greg Biggins.

The Ducks extended new offers this week to Gardena (Calif.) Sierra cornerback Adoree Jackson, five-star Oxford (Ala.) running back Racean Thomas, and Grand Rapids (Mich.) Christian wide receiver Drake Harris.

The Ducks have now extended offers to 25 total athletes, including 10 from the southeast region. Traditionally, Oregon is not a strong presence in the southeast, but after four consecutive BCS appearances, they are getting more interest from prospects in the area.

For more on what happened this week, check out the stories below:

Oregon lands commitment No. 1 - Wailuku (Hawaii) Baldwin linebacker Jordan Hoiem commits to Oregon.

Ducks enter race for Thomas - Ducks offer Racean Thomas.

Richard will camp at Oregon - Talented Palmdale (Calif.) running back Demario Richard says he will camp at Oregon.

Wilder waiting on offers - In-state prospect Aidan Wilder will camp at Oregon.

Hale blossoming in spring - Bellflower (Calif.) St. John Bosco cornerback Naijiel Hale hearing from Oregon.

Jalen Harvey talks Oregon offer - El Cerrito (Calif.) wide receiver Jalen Harvey talks Oregon offer

Harris officially de-commits - Drake Harris receives Ducks offer after de-commitment.

Freeman can compete with the big boys - Imperial (Calif.) ATH Royce Freeman will camp at Oregon.

Interest in Enwere Picking Up - Sugar Land (Tex.) running back Vic Enwere gaining interest from Ducks.

Talamaivao has 'wow' moment - Corona (Calif.) Centennial offensive lineman Viane Talamaivao has been hearing frequently from Oregon.

Manny Wilkins has interest in Oregon - Novato (Calif.) San Marin quarterback Manny Wilkins calls Oregon a "great fit".

Two offers for Eugene - Metairie (La.) Archbishop Rummel safety Dwayne Eugene likes Oregon.

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