Tyrell Irvin, 6-1, 220, from Mount San Antonio College (rated 4-stars by Scout for the upcoming year) became a Duck today, according to an email from him to eDuck Sports.
According to the Oregon Athletic Department, Irvin signed a financial aid agreement with the university.
Irvin completed his requirements for an AA degree on July 31st which cleared the way for him to enroll at Oregon.
He will have three (years) to complete in three," said Terry Irvin of Tyrell Irvin's eligibility.
Irvin played at Eagle Crest HS in Centennial, Colo., and was a safety. He enrolled in junior college in order to become eligible to play at Division I ball and spent one year strictly on academics.
Irvin's father, Terry Irvin, played for the University of Colorado some 20 years ago before going on to the Canadian Football League (Edmonton), and also played for the USFL with the Denver Gold. While with the Gold, Terry Irvin played for Mouse Davis, who is now an assistant to Jerry Glanville at Portland State.
Besides Oregon, Tyrell Irvin was recruited by Missouri and Colorado. Irvin made his first visit to Oregon around June 10th according to his father.
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