Found February 13, 2012 on Rivals.com:
TEAMS: Oregon Ducks
Last week, Duck Sports Authority previewed the recruiting needs for offensive tackles in 2013. This week, extending our look at the needs of the Oregon Ducks going forward, we will look at the rest of the offensive line positions of center and guard. With short supply of linemen signed in the 2012 recruiting class, expect the Ducks to sign several offensive line types in 2013.
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