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Ducks Class No. 1 in Pac-12

May 13, 2018

If you thought it was going to be a quiet Mother's day, you thought wrong. Although Sean Dollars and Jeremiah Criddell pushed back their announcements to next Sunday, Oregon still picked up a commitment.

Patrick Herbert is the latest to commit to Oregon, giving the Ducks seven commits in the 2019 class.

That was enough to inch the Ducks past Washington for the top class in the Pac-12 conference.

According to the 247Composite rankings, Oregon is now the No. 1 class in the Pac-12 conference with the addition of Herbert.

The top 3 of Oregon, Washington and Cal (in that order) have 7 commits each. Oregon sits with a score of 124.88 while Washington lingers just behind with 124.46 points.

Cal is a distant third at 96.73.

The Pac-12 2019 recruiting rankings currently look like this:

1. Oregon

2. Washington

3. Cal

4. Colorado

5. USC

6. Oregon State

7. Stanford

8. Arizona

9. Washington State

10. Utah

ASU and UCLA remain without a commit so far in the 2019 class.

Oregon sits at No. 22 nationally with the current commit list. 


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