Oregon Football 2022 recruiting class ranks in final five team rankings
It’s only the first day of September, but it really feels like fall is in full swing. Not only here in Eugene, but across the country, teams are gearing up to kick off their 2021 season and coaches are allowed to make contact with 2023 rookies.
When it comes to scouting, SI All-American released their updated version of the 2022 squad scouting rankings and the Ducks were on the move again. Oregon went from Class No. 10 to No. 5, the biggest move in the county this summer besides Alabama, which sits at No. 2.
1. State of Pennsylvania
4. State of Ohio
5. Oregon (10)
8. Texas A&M
11. State of Florida
13. Boston College
15. South Carolina
17. North Carolina
18. Virginie Tech
22. State of Mississippi
23. West Virginia
24. State of Iowa
The Ducks erupted in August and added three commitments, bringing their class total to 19. Mario Cristobal and his team secured commitments from the wide receiver Tetairoa McMillanathlete Jalil tucker, and a corner half Jahlil Florence.
McMillan was the most coveted of the trio, and the Ducks had to fend off enemies Pac-12 USC and Arizona to secure his engagement. TMAC is one of the best wide receivers on the entire West Coast and picked up where it left off dominating the Trinity League secondaries after winning MVP honors at the opener this summer.
The additions of Tucker and Florence didn’t have much drama before their additions, but it was another big recruiting victory by the Ducks staff after having them both on campus over the weekend of Saturday Night Live. end of July. The San Diego duo reinforce a talented pipeline that has treated Oregon very well over the years and gives the team two of the best cornerbacks in the west that are battle tested.
With the numbers getting tighter and tighter, expect Oregon to become extremely selective with needs remaining along the defensive line, cornerback and potentially linebacker.
Looking at the Pac-12, the only other school included in the top 25 is Stanford, which comes in just 25 after going unranked in our August rankings. The Cardinal experienced an absolute tear in August and added six engagements, including their headliner at Texas DL Ernest Cooper IV.
This is an interesting development given that David Shaw was recently able to complete his first cycle of early registration – a major hurdle in the past due to the school’s strict academic requirements. To me, this streak comes as no surprise given that the school is one of the most marketable in the country in the NIL era, a world-class education, a prime location in the Bay Area, and many new developments in the NIL era. the NFL.
You can check out the full ranking of the top 25 here.
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