Found February 03, 2012 on NorthWest Sports Beat:
PLAYERS: Chip Kelly
TEAMS: Oregon Ducks
Who is headed to Eugene to play for the Oregon Ducks and Chip Kelly?

University of Oregon head football coach Chip Kelly announced the Ducks' 2012 recruiting class Wednesday, welcoming 21 student-athletes to Eugene.

Oregon signed 10 players on defense, eight on offense, two athletes and one special teams player to National Letter of Intents, including nine high school All-Americans - the most in a single recruiting class in program history. The Ducks inked 18 prep players and three junior college transfers.

Name Position Ht. Wt. Hometown (School) Bralon Addison WR 5-10 182 Missouri City, Texas (Hightower HS) Chance Allen WR 6-3 191 Missouri City, Texas (Elkins HS) Eric Amoako DB 5-11 190 Arlington, Texas (Martin HS) Stephen Amoako DB 6-0 190 Arlington, Texas (Martin HS) Arik Armstead DE 6-8 295 Elk Grove, Calif. (Pleasant Grove HS) Dylan Ausherman P 6-3 180 Visalia, Calif. (College of the Sequoias) Brett Bafaro LB 6-2 220 Hillsboro, Ore. (Liberty HS) Alex Balducci DE 6-4 262 Portland, Ore. (Central Catholic HS) Stetzon Bair DT 6-8 265 Butte, Mont. (Iowa Western CC) Evan Baylis TE 6-5 225 Aurora, Colo. (Grandview HS) Pharaoh Brown TE 6-6 220 Lyndhurst, Ohio (Brush HS) DeForest Buckner DE 6-7 230 Honolulu (Punahou HS) Cody Carriger DE 6-6 230 Butte, Mont. (Butte HS) Terrence Daniel DE 6-6 220 Oakland, Calif. (Bishop O'Dowd HS) Reggie Daniels DB 6-0 170 Chandler, Arizona (Hamilton HS) Oshay Dunmore ATH 6-2 195 Newport, Ore. (Newport HS) Jeff Lockie QB 6-2 175 Danville, Calif. (Monte Vista HS) Kyle Long OL 6-7 285 Mission Viejo, Calif. (Saddleback CC) Byron Marshall RB 5-10 195 San Jose, Calif. (Valley Christian HS) Jake Rodrigues QB 6-3 210 Rocklin, Calif. (Whitney HS) Dwayne Stanford WR 6-5 185 Cincinnati, Ohio (Taft HS)

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