Monday saw three 2016 Oregon verbal commits sign financial aid agreements with the program.
Four-star wide receiver Dillon Mitchell, three-star offensive tackle Jacob Capra and recently committed three-star star linebacker Eric Briscoe Jr. have all signed paperwork that essentially allows them to enroll early with the program. This was confirmed by the official Twitter account of the Oregon football staff.
Mitchell, who hails from Memphis (Tenn.) White Station, has been the longest tenured commit of the three having made his decision on Nov. 4, 2014. According to MaxPreps, Mitchell has accounted for 1,862 total yards, including 64 receptions for 1,155 yards and 18 touchdowns as a wide receiver through the regular season and one playoff game. Mitchell has 12 additional touchdowns as a running back and has thrown for a touchdown as well.
Capra became the fifth verbal commit to the class when he announced his decision back in early April. He's ranked as the eighth-best prospect at his position in the West region by Scout and has helped Placer High School in Auburn (Calif.) to a 10-0 record and a first place position in the Pioneer Valley League.
Briscoe is the latest Oregon commit having announced his decision just over a week ago. The Yakima (Wash.) Davis prospect, while coming in as a linebacker, was ranked in the top 20 in the West region as a safety and has helped the Pirates to a 7-3 overall record this year, good enough for second place in the Big Nine League. They take on Woodinville to open the 4A playoffs this week.