Lache Seastrunk to Oregon Ducks?

Parker ForteContributor IJanuary 12, 2010

Lache Seastrunk, the No. 1 overall-ranked high school half back, has shown a lot of interest in the University of Oregon. In fact, Lache rated his visit a 15 out of 10. Simply put, Lache loves Oregon.

But why should Oregon want Lache? Oregon has LaMichael James and Kenjon Barner, both very talented half backs, who just finished up their freshman year.

Of course we have talented half backs, we are Oregon! But adding Seastrunk will make us that much better. Think about the future; he can redshirt his freshmen year, and then become a stud for years to come. At 5'11'', 192 pounds, and running a 4.5 40 with a 35 in, he is definitely stud material.

According to Rivals.com , Lache's top three schools of high interest are Auburn, LSU and Oregon(In lattest news Lache has changed USC's status from high interest to low interest). He loved his visit to Eugene in particular and has been wearing Duck apparel.  In my eyes, Oregon has a great chance in signing Seastrunk.

Oregon also has a commitment from Dontae Williams, a four star running back who is ranked 11th in his position according to Rivals.com . Williams is 5'11", 200 pounds, and runs a 4.49 40. He also has a 36 inch vertical and can bench 365 pounds. Oregon is, and will be, the big dog in the Pac-10 for years to come.

GO DUCKS!

 

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