In-state OLB Emar'rion Winston rejoins Oregon's recruiting class
Oregon won its second recruiting battle of the day Wednesday as three-star outside linebacker Emar'rion Winston, who was previously committed to the Ducks, rejoined their recruiting class on National Signing Day.
Winston, an in-state standout from Central Catholic HS in Portland, had been committed from July of 2020 until backing off his pledge Dec. 9 following the Ducks coaching change.
He was also considering Washington leading up to his announcement that he will be a Duck after all.
Oregon had earlier in the day won a major recruiting battle, flipping four-star running back Jordan Bryant-James, from Murfreesboro, Tenn., from Georgia.
The Ducks are still waiting on an announcement from four-star offensive lineman Dave Iuli (Puyallup, Wash.), who is deciding between Oregon, Miami and USC, though it's looking like more of a two-team battle between the Ducks and Hurricanes, where former Oregon coach Mario Cristobal has made Iuli a priority.
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