Live: Oregon football signing day

High school seniors from across the country are signing their national letter of intent on Wednesday as they choose where they will play college football.

The Ducks are adding new faces to the team, ones that they hope will lead them to success over the next four years. They already added 15 signees during the early signing period in December, but they want to add more to a class that could end the day ranked in the top 15.

Here is who the Ducks have added so far:

Penei Sewell, O-line, 6-foot-5, 349 Ibs, 4-star, Desert Hills, Utah.

The No. 2 guard in the country, according to

Justin Johnson, O-line, 6-foot-7, 355 Ibs, 3-star, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The 3-star lineman committed to the Ducks in July but signed his letter of intent on Wednesday. Johnson’s commitment gives the Ducks four offensive lineman in the class so far. He also had offers from Wisconsin and Michigan State.

Isaah Crocker, WR, 6-foot-1, 175 Ibs, 4-star, Sacramento, California.

Crocker chose Oregon over Oregon State, UCLA and Nebraska. Corkcer is the 33rd-ranked wide receiver in the class of 2018, according to

Spencer Webb, TE, 6-foot-5, 235 Ibs, 4-star, Sacramento, California.

Webb chose Oregon over Oklahoma, Texas A&M and Notre Dame.

Jalen Hall, 6-foot-4, 192 Ibs, 4-star, Long Beach, California. 

Hall is another weapon for Oregon. He is the 22nd-ranked wide receiver in the class of 2018 due to his size and his strong hands. Hall chose Oregon over USC and Florida State.

Andrew Johnson Jr., OLB, 6-foot-2, 222 Ibs, 3-star, Tifton, Georgia.

JJ Tucker, WR, 6-foot-2, 228 Ibs, 3-star, Harbor City, California. 

Here is the Facebook live stream.

Oregon Football coaches discuss the newest Ducks with Jerry Allen and Joey Mac, LIVE from the Hatfield-Dowlin Complex. #NSD18

Posted by Oregon Football on Wednesday, February 7, 2018


Oregon is still waiting on notable recruits to decide.

Another 4-star will decide, this time it’s O-lineman Penei Sewell. He is announcing his decision at 2 p.m. Michael Ezeike, a 4-star tight end from Canada, will announce his decision at 1:30 p.m.

Four-star wide receiver, and No. 16 overall recruit according to ESPN, Devon Williams chose USC over Oregon.

On Tuesday, 4-star linebacker Eli’jah Winston flipped his commitment from Oregon to USC. His brother, LaMar, is a linebacker for the Ducks.

The full list of Oregon commits is here.

This post will be updated throughout the day. 

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