Posted January 31, 2012 on oregon.scout.com
PLAYERS: Jackson Rice
TEAMS: Oregon Ducks
The Oregon Ducks picked up a replacement for the departed Jackson Rice when Dylan Ausherman, 6-3, 180, a sophomore at the College of the Sequoias and the Chris Sailor kicking camps, announced via Twitter his intentions to commit.
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