Ironically, the Ducks were visit No. 2 for Lynch and Larkins and Oregon is very much in the picture for the talented cousins.
"Cal, Oregon and UCLA are our top three," said, Lynch (5-11, 200). "We're not sure if we're going to visit Cal because we've been there so many times but we'll see. We also visited Washington State and that was a good time too. Right now, we don't have a leader and just want to finish our visits before making a decision."
Larkins, 5-10 and 180 pounds, is a talented defensive back who could play safety or corner in college depending on the need. He's not a burner but does have good quickness and is a very good all around athlete. Larkins is also one of the state's top returning long jumpers and had a season best of 22'6". He'll focus on just football in college.
Larkins and Lynchg are practically inseparable, and have said in the past that they are a package deal. Previously, Lynch was thought to have some considerable academic questions that could have kept UCLA from recruiting him, but he has improved his GPA.