Monday, June 4, 2012

June 04, 2012
 As May comes to an end, recruiting will begin to pick up steam as young men travel to multiple camps and make unofficial visits to their favorite programs. Leading up to the summer cap season for football, Duck Sports Authority spent the month of May looking in depth at each position. During that stretch we looked at those with a listed offer in the Rivals database as well as a few off the radar prospects and some other intriguing athletes who have some measured interest in the Oregon program.

It is a sign of just how far the Ducks program has ascended over the past few years that the coaches have been very selective in their early offers.

Today, Duck Sports Authority looks back at the earlier articles and gives a brief summary of each position on offense. Our first part takes a look back at the offensive line positions.

Offensive Tackle

This has been a very active position for Duck coaches early on in this recruiting cycle. Our original article looked at 5 players that had been offered and one intriguing prospect who had not yet been offered by the Ducks. Since that time, Duck coaches have extended three additional offers. Let us look at all 9 of those players once again.

Evan Voeller
Voeller is a multi faceted lineman with the ability to pull when asked as well as seal the corner when needed. On film, Voeller never gives up on the block until the whistle blows. He will continue his block or continue to look for another block as the play progresses. In a fast paced offense like Oregon's this can be crucial to the team's success.

DSA Odds: Committed to Oregon Voeller looks to be a very strong commitment.
Offered, Committed to Oregon6-4/285West Linn, OR
Jake Campos
Summary: On film he is an aggressive blocker who plays hard and uses his hands very well. His listed weight, though, is more tight end like at 245 pounds. Watching him, though, there is no doubt that he is an offensive lineman.

DSA Odds:

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