"I'm just getting ready to come down to Oregon," said Chris Harper when asked how things are going for him now.
Harper indicated that he will head out to Oregon after he graduates from high school and will be enrolling at the University of Oregon for spring term.
That means he'll be available for spring workouts and that is something he's anxious to get started.
Harper was one of 20 student-athletes to sign a National Letter of Intent to Oregon on Feb. 7th. He is a gifted athlete that can play any position, but when he arrives at Oregon he'll be diving into the Ducks' playbook to get ready for spring ball.
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