Oregon has picked up its eighth commitment on the 2021 recruiting cycle, picking up their third offensive lineman, this time in the form of four-star offensive tackle Jonah Miller out of Tucson, Arizona.
Not only is this the third offensive lineman the Ducks have picked up, but all of them are four-star prospects with center commit Jackson Light getting a bump up to a four-star.
The crop of offensive lineman on the West Coast is not very strong, but now Oregon has pulled in two of the top offensive lineman on the West Coast in Miller and Bram Walden. They have also pulled in three of the top five recruits in the state when you include four-star quarterback commit Ty Thompson.
Oregon being able to lock down a state that’s not their home state like Arizona which includes two other schools in their conference including Arizona State who has been better on the recruiting trail since Herm Edwards took over is huge.
As far as Miller as a player, he’s a very physical player that will fit well into what Mario Cristobal is building at Oregon. He’s also a monster human being standing at 6’8″ and 285 LBS. Assuming he can put on a little more weight and become stronger overall, Miller has the physical characteristics of becoming a for sure future NFL offensive lineman, especially playing under Cristobal and Alex Mirabal.
This commitment will push Oregon up from 23rd nationally to 16th in the 247Sports rankings. However, when you look at Oregon on a per commit basis, they are right around the top-ten with the best classes up to this point.
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