Blake Ferras, 6-5, 285, 4.8, will send his Letter of Intent to the University on the first day mid-season transfers can make their commitment on Wednesday, December 19th.
"Yes i committed to Oregon," said Ferras regarding his status. "I have gotten the Letter of Intent in the mail and about to sign tomorrow. I live on the
West Coast and always been a fan of Oregon since high school."
Ferras indicated that he felt the Oregon coaches were great, got along well with the players and thought the facilities were "awesome." He visited last weekend and committed right away.
He also considered Arizona State, Kansas State, Nebraska and Wisconsin.
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