Oregon Football: The Good and the Bad of National Signing Day

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Oregon Football: The Good and the Bad of National Signing Day
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Despite Chip Kelly's departure, RB Thomas Tyner stayed committed to Oregon

National signing day is in the books, and the Oregon Ducks once again have themselves an excellent class.

Now let's be clear, this particular group won't touch any Top 10 lists nor will any of the players (aside from maybe Thomas Tyner) be put on 2016 mock drafts just yet.

Oregon didn't stockpile 5-star linemen like Alabama or elite safeties like USC. But they filled several major needs and found talented players ready to contribute right away as well as guys who will greatly benefit from redshirting next season.

It's hard to call this group underrated because we haven't seen them in Duck uniforms yet. But fans should be excited considering the major coaching change that occurred just three weeks ago. If you bleed green and yellow, yesterday should have you thrilled for next fall.

But unless you enjoy running around yelling "Roll Tide," signing day had its share of flaws. Let's take a look at both the good and the bad of NSD for Oregon.

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