Jake Raulerson could solve Oregon's center problems for the next two years.

Center Jake Raulerson, the former 4-star center and US Army All-American has graduated from the University of Texas and has two years of playing eligibility left. On Wednesday, January 20, 2016 Raulerson announced he would visit the University of Oregon on January 29.

Raulerson, 6-4, 295 was a highly recruited player out of Celina High School (Celina, Texas) and enrolled at Texas in 2013. He red-shirted his freshman year then played for the Longhorns in the 2014 and 15 seasons.

Out of high school he was considered one of the top-5 linemen in the country by Max Preps.

He was an All-Big 12 Academic and graduated with a degree in finance.

If he should come to Oregon, he would have two years of playing eligibility left after signing a financial aid agreement; he could enroll at Oregon for spring term, in time for spring workouts.

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