Stetzon Bair Commits To Oregon Football

EUGENE, OR - NOVEMBER 26: Head coach Chip Kelly of the Oregon Ducks looks up at the scoreboard in the fourth quarter of the game aginst the Oregon State Beavers at Autzen Stadium on November 26, 2011 in Eugene, Oregon. Oregon won the game 49-21 to clinch the Pac-12 North. (Photo by Steve Dykes/Getty Images)

Oregon's newest commitment is 6'9" tall.

Stetzon Bair, a huge defensive tackle out of Iowa Western Community College, has committed to the Oregon Ducks, according to Justin Hopkins:

#Oregon has a commitment from JUCO DT Stetzon Bair http://t.co/QPikd2Iv
Dec 12 via TweetDeckFavoriteRetweetReply

Bair is 6'9" and 260 pounds. Out of high school in Idaho, Bair committed to Idaho State. He took his Mormon mission, enrolled at Iowa Western, gained 30 pounds, and picked up offers from Oregon and Utah. 

Bair has a long frame and looks like a basketball player. He'd probably struggle as a traditional defensive tackle, but Oregon runs a lot of 3-man fronts in which it asks its defensive ends to play in a four or five-technique alignment. I suspect this is how Oregon will use Bair early in his career. He needs to add weight, but his highlight tape shows him using his long arms effectively and staying relatively low for someone so tall. Bair also demonstrates a good motor in his highlight film.

For more on Oregon Ducks recruiting, check out Addicted To Quack.

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