Gracen Halton commits to Oregon

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  1. Gracen Halton commits to Oregon
    ErikMcKinney

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    Four-star defensive end Gracen Halton (San Diego/St. Augustine) announced his commitment to Oregon today. Really nice pickup for the Ducks as they continue to recruit well.

    He's the No. 198 overall prospect and No. 15 recruit in California for the 2022 class. He had an offer from USC and was also looking at Arizona State, Penn State and others. He's commitment No. 3 for Oregon in the 2022 class.
     
       
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    That would make a lot of sense especially when you consider the shots that were taking by Oregon after the PAC-12 Championship Game.
     
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    USC with Sopher and Foreman and Jackson will be just fine on the defensive line.............for the first time in years we can say that
    but......Oregon continues to build a national power. If they land a few of the ones they are still in on......oh brother.
     
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    Yes, we are beginning to land difference makers on the D.
    We need difference makers on the O. It all starts up front. The OL. Elite, top of the line OL. That sets the tone for the team.
    We need a head guy who knows this, believes this and recruits like this.
    End of story.
     
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    Well, the 2019, 2022 kids will have multiple years in the program now.....theres about 9-10 of them, plus the incoming frosh...

    The new OL coach should be able to do something with them, along with the older dudes....

    Then we need to start getting some 4-5 star recruits....
     
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    The quackers have been building a “national power” for the last 10 years. Outside of the Helfrich years. What do they have to show for it??? Check their helmets. Screw them.
     
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    I have to disagree with this one ICE.
    Being the best team in the worst Power 5 conference is not going to allow you to be considered a "national power" by any means.
    I would not even going to consider them a PAC-12 "power" at this point.
    Between Oregon/Washington/USC, neither one has been able to dominate the conference consistently enough to be a "power".
    All this means is that Oregon should still be considered the best team in the PAC-12 North and a second date with USC in the PAC-12 Championship Game might be the preseason favorite matchup.
     
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    With no real championships.
     
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