Tuesday is the day.

Oregon? Ohio State? Clemson? On Tuesday at 5 p.m. Eastern Time, quarterback Tajh Boyd will decide among the three where he will spend the next 4-5 years. While rumors have been abundant the only sure thing we know is that no binding decision can be made until a letter of intent is signed.

As recruiting enters its final stages the last few recruits Oregon is interested in will hopefully make a decision by February 4th, the first day a letter of intent can be sent by potential student-athletes to the university of their choice.

Tajh Boyd is a 5-star quarterback, ranked fourth nationally at his position and has been on Offensive Coordinator Chip Kelly's radar since last year's Elite 11 quarterback camp. Boyd visited the Oregon campus in December as the Ducks prepared for the Holiday Bowl.

Running back Bryce Brown, the nation's No. 1 recruit according to Scout may not decide until March where he will attend school. Scout lists Miami, Oregon Kansas State, Tennessee and USC as Brown's top-5.

Wide receiver Adam Hall, has not yet made a decision as of Sunday evening despite rumors indicating he had. eDuck Sports sent Hall a text message asking if he had chosen a school yet, and he simply responded, "no." Scout is reporting that Hall is considering Arizona, California and Oregon.

All three players participated in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl game in January. Another participant, Cliff Harris, committed to the Ducks this weekend.

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