Posted February 06, 2013 on AP on Fox
Chip Kelly's departure doesn't look to have affected Oregon's recruiting all that much. The Ducks saw one recruit get away but they also got a pair of unexpected letters of intent on Wednesday from four-star defensive end Torrodney Prevot from Houston and offensive lineman Cameron Hunt from Corona, Calif. Both were believed to be leaning toward other schools. The additions were a boon to Mark Helfrich's first recruiting class as head coach of the Ducks. Helfrich was named coach of the Ducks last month when Kelly decided to make the jump to the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles.
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