Oregon starts off the 2018 class by picking up a two commitments in Devin Culp and Colson Yankoff.

The Oregon Ducks picked up a pair of verbal commitments on Saturday from wide receiver Devin Culp, 6-4, 190 from Spokane's Gonzaga Prep High School and quarterback Colson Yankoff. Culp made his announcement on Saturday on Twitter saying he was "proud to announce his verbal commitment to the University of Oregon."

Culp is also considered a shooting guard in basketball.

By making the announcement on Saturday, he was one of two athletes to commit to Oregon on Saturday, the other being quarterback Colson Yankoff, from Coeur D'Alene. Idaho. Yankoff is 6-3, 200 and goes to Coeur D'Alene High School.

According to Blair Angelo, Scout.com's Mountain Region Recruiting Analyst, Yankoff "threw well at The Opening Regional last month in Oakland, firing the ball on time and hitting receivers in stride. He's (Yankoff) has calm feet and has shortened his motion a bit, and that's allowed him to be more precise. He has some dual-threat capabilities and a projectable frame that should fill out well over the course of the next two season before he turns his attention to college."

Angelo also reported that the Ducks offered Yankoff at camp last week.

Since both players will be entering their junior year in high school next fall, the earliest they could join the team after the 2017 season.


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