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Oregon Football Recruiting Updates 2012-2013: Ducks Add Twins

Chip Kelly and the Oregon Ducks are recruiting well enough to compete for Pac-12 titles for the foreseeable future, says Oregon blog Addicted To Quack.

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Oregon recruiting strong despite losing Chip

The Oregon Ducks weathered the storm of the loss of Chip Kelly to the NFL, getting players like Cameron Hunt, Devon Allen, Torrodney Prevot, and hanging onto Tyree and Tyrell Robinson. Full class right here.

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5-star RB Tyner signs with Oregon

Thomas Tyner's just as quick as you'd expect an Oregon running back to be, and he'll be a perfect fit for the team he re-commited with in Oregon. Tyner turned heads with a ten-touchdown game in high school.

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Tyree Robinson picks Oregon

Tyree Robinson has chosen to stick with the Oregon Ducks over the Washington Huskies, joining brother Tyrell in Eugene.

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Tyrell Robinson commits to Oregon

Tyrell Robinson and his twin Tyree Robinson will join the Oregon Ducks.

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Oregon recruiting after Chip Kelly

How will Chip Kelly leaving for the Philadelphia Eagles impact Oregon football recruiting?

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National recruiting recap: Florida gets 'beasted'

Catch up on the happenings from the week that was in college football recruiting including commitments, decommitments, visits and more. Which teams' on-field play had the most impact on the recruiting trail?

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Thomas Tyner recommits to Oregon Ducks

Tyner's hiatus didn't last long.

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Oregon Ducks Add Receiver Recruit Darren Carrington

Oregon secured an excellent receiver recruit Wednesday night in Darren Carrington of San Diego (Calif.) Horizon High School. SB Nation's Derrell Warren profiled Carrington in May.

Here's a snippet:

Carrington uses long strides to eat up a defender's cushion but isn't a true burner as his speed tends to taper off a bit after his initial burst off the line. A very natural pass catcher, Carrington has soft hands and effortlessly plucks the ball away from his frame. Combine that with his vertical jump, and he is tremendous in his ability to go up in the air and make spectacular catches. His ball skills are truly elite as he is able to give his quarterback a greater margin for error with his capacity to make plays over defenders on off target throws and 50/50 balls. Possesses the body control to redirect his momentum in the air and contort his body to adjust to poorly thrown passes.

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Oregon now sits at five verbal commitments for the class of 2013, four of which are considered excellent recruits in Carrington, Tyner, Voeller and Wilson.

For more on Ducks football, visit Oregon blog Addicted To Quack, plus Pac-12 blog Pacific Takes.

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Dynamic Back Dontre Wilson Chooses Oregon

Chip Kelly landed the next De'Anthony Thomas on Friday.

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