Did he commit to Oregon?
"Yes I did," responded LaMichael James to the question.
James called Oregon Offensive Coordinator Chip Kelly yesterday (Wednesday, Jan. 17) to give the Ducks the news that James had picked Oregon over Nebraska, Minnesota, TCU and Michigan State among many others.
Last weekend James visited the Eugene campus and was completely impressed by what he saw and said his decision was based on "everything" about Oregon.
James is being recruited as a running back and finished the season rushing for 2,043 yards and 26 touchdowns.
James Makes a Decision
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