Offensive coordinator Scott Frost, wide receiver coach Matt Lubick and defensive backs coach John Neal headline the Oregon recruiting efforts that so far have produced 14 verbal commitments and a class currently ranked 10th nationally by Scout.com. The Oregon coaching staff prides itself in finding the right players the fit in. After doing due diligence in checking out a potential recruits background the Ducks bring talent to Eugene that helps carry on a the new tradition winning.
Recruits come to Oregon and are assured they will have the best of everything -- the best food, the best facilities, the best uniforms and the best education. What is demanded back by the coaching staff is a commitment to striving for excellence on and off the field. The Oregon coaches tell recruits that they demand the most out of players both on and off the field. Win The Day has been the battle cry for the Oregon Ducks over the last few years, and in order to win players must be in top physical condition and prepared to work. Preparation has been the key to Oregon's success and for players that means watching film, attending meeting and going all out in the most highly paced practice sessions in college football.
While the Ducks may take as many as 24 players this season, Oregon only offers players that pass mustered. When a prospective student-athlete receives an Oregon offer, it means the Ducks consider him one of the best players in the country.
So far this season Oregon has received commitments from nine 4-star players and five 3-star players. As the Ducks head into fall camp next week, more visitors will be making unofficial visits to watch the team in practice. Once high school starts, athletes will begin taking official visits.
Signing day for the National Letters of Intent is on February 3, 2016.
Oregon's 2015 Commitment List