Ducks Offer Ware-Hudson

Oregon has offered 4-star defensive end Keyon Ware-Hudson, 6-2, 260, Murrieta HS, Murrieta, Calif. Ware-Hudson is one of the most sought after recruiting on the West Coast for the class of 2019. We spoke to Ware-Hudson about his offer from Oregon and how his recruitment is going.
March 15, 2017

Taylor Upshaw Offered

Taylor Upshaw, a 3-star defensive end from Braden River HS, Bradenton, Fla., has received an offer. His father, Regan Upshaw and Oregon line coach Joe Salave'a played together in the NFL.
February 28, 2017

Ducks Head to Hawaii for Big Potential

The Oregon Ducks continue their nation-wide search for talent and this time offered a talented 2019 offensive lineman from Hawaii. Enokk Vimahi, 6-5, 270, from Kahuku HS, Kahuku, Hawaii, is a fast rising talent that has already drawn interest from some big name programs including the Ducks.
February 22, 2017

Tahj Rice Gets Oregon Offer

Things will be heating up for 4-star defensive tackle Tahj Rice now that Oregon has extended an offer. Rice, from Waggener Trad HS, Louisville, Ky., currently has 18 offers but with the latest offer from the Ducks, no doubt his phone will be ringing off the hook.
February 16, 2017

Ducks Add Defensive Line Coach

The Oregon Ducks released an annoucement on Friday that Joe Salave’a has been added to the Oregon football coaching staff by Head Coach Willie Taggart. Joe Salave’a will be the defensive line coach.
January 13, 2017

Salave’a departure’s effect on WSU recruiting

CLOSE FOLLOWERS OF Cougar recruiting still remember well two years ago when four Los Angeles-area verbal commits to WSU flipped after Dennis Simmons, then the WSU area recruiting coach, was reported to be leaving for Oklahoma in the days before Signing Day. Fast forward to today, and Cougar d-line coach Joe Salave'a's departure to Oregon doesn't figure to have nearly the same effect on WSU's 2017 commits.
January 10, 2017

Who will be WSU's next defensive line coach?

MIKE LEACH has been known at Washington State for making unforeseen assistant coach hires, and our cursory look at potential defensive line coaches to replace Joe Salave’a consists of an intriguing mix. But the first name that jumps out at this early stage?
January 10, 2017

Salavea leaving WSU, agrees to terms w/ Ducks

JOE SALAVE’A AND OREGON have reached an agreement in principle, sources with knowledge of the situation tell Cougfan.com. Barring an unexpected change of heart or a snag during the formal contract approval process, the Cougar d-line coach is leaving Washington State, the sources said.
January 9, 2017