Mark Helfrich and his staff did a fine job in putting together another very solid Oregon class. There is the usual mix of star power, under-the-radar talent and players with the potential to become stars down the road.
The Ducks were unable to secure commitments from some of their top targets on signing day, but did secure commitments from two safeties when Mattrell McGraw and Khalil Oliver signed their letters of intent and sent them to the Oregon coaching staff.
In all, there might be some disappointed Oregon fans after missing out on Juju Smith, but the Ducks are blessed with a roster stocked full of dynamic athletes.
As it stands now, Oregon finished in a familiar place, ranked No. 21 on the 247Sports.com Recruiting Team Rankings, good for the No. 3 class in the Pac-12.
There wasn't the signing day surprise that Oregon has become accustomed to in recent years, so there wasn't a lot of news about the Ducks.
The one thing that might leave a bitter taste in the mouths of Oregon fans WAS big defensive tackle Trey Lealaimatafao's decision to sign with LSU. But given the Tigers' reputation as a defensive line factory and the proximity to his hometown of San Antonio, there is no shame in that.
Without further delay, here is the Oregon's 2014 recruiting class.