Oregon’s 2019 recruiting class features just two players at this point, though it’s very early. A third player who was briefly part of that group has found a new home, one that starts with the same letter.
— Sooner Gridiron (@soonergridiron) April 13, 2018
Arjei Henderson, a 4-star wide receiver from Richmond, Texas, committed to the Ducks in July 2017 during their Saturday Night Live recruiting event when he flipped from a February 2017 commitment to Oklahoma. By November, though, Henderson had changed his mind and announced his de-commitment via Twitter, also saying he wouldn’t be “making any further decisions regarding my recruitment until signing day,” the earliest of which for him would be December 2018.
Henderson, who is ranked by 247Sports as the No. 52 player in the country and the ninth-best wide receiver, had narrowed his choices to Alabama, Oklahoma and Texas A&M in February and then committed to Oklahoma on Friday during his official visit.
Oregon had moved on from Henderson after his de-commitment and currently has offers out to 29 other wide receivers from the 2019 class.