The Oregon Ducks have pretty much wrapped up their recruiting for the 2014 cycle, but they still have a few key targets they would like to lock up. There are at least three important visitors that will be in Eugene this weekend, and all of them are still uncommitted. Will Oregon land any of these recruits?
Khalil Oliver, Meridian (Id.) Rocky Mountain safety: Oliverwill be feeling the pressure from both Oregon and Washington to commit to either school. The Ducks and the Huskies figure to be the main competition, with Boise State and Oregon State also receiving offers.
Eric Lauderdale, Mission Viejo (Ca.) Saddleback College wide receiver: Lauderdale has a lot of interest from many major schools. Florida is the big favorite here. But Oregon, Arizona State, Nebraska are all interested.
Poona Ford, Hilton Head (S.C.) Island defensive tackle: Ford is getting plenty of interest from Oregon. But both Missouri and Texas are also trying to get Ford. Louisville and South Carolina are also going hard after Ford.
(NOTE: Lauderdale and Ford will not be visiting this weekend.)