Oregon landed several commitments at its spring game a year ago, and the same is the case this time around. Before the offseason scrimmage started Saturday afternoon the Ducks got commitments from three prospects for the 2019 recruiting class, including 3-star athlete Jayvaun Wilson:
— SEISxJAY⚓️ (@jayvaunwilson6) April 21, 2018
Wilson is ranked by 247Sports as the No. 394 player in the country, the 37th-best athlete and the No. 47 player from California. The 6-foot-2, 210-pound prospect plays running back, receiver, linebacker and safety for Valencia (Calif.) High School and could find himself at any of those positions along with tight end in college.
Of his nine scholarship offers, eight were from the Pac-12. Earlier this month, he told 247Sports’ Brandon Huffman he was in no rush to make a decision on his future but apparently was swayed by Oregon’s spring game festivities.
Wilson became the third 2019 recruit to commit to the Ducks on Saturday, following 4-star linebacker Mase Funa and 4-star athlete Cameron Williams. Last year, Oregon got seven commitments on the day of its spring game, six of which ended up signing with the program for 2018.
Those three commitments give Oregon five in the 2019 class. Their class ranks second-best in the Pac-12 and No. 25 nationally, per 247Sports.