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Players To Keep An Eye On In 2015 | CampusInsiders
Who will fill the tremendous void left by Marcus Mariota in Oregon? Is it Jake Coker's time to flourish in Alabama? There will be plenty of fresh faces, some in new places, looking to make a splash in 2015. This Campus Insiders hype video highlights some of the creme of the crop coming to you this fall. SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/user/CampusInsiders Campus Insiders takes you deep inside college sports with game highlights, interviews and a behind the scenes perspective of the trending stories of the day from top college analysts, former coaches and special contributors. Visit the Campus Insiders website: http://www.campusinsiders.com Follow Campus Insiders on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CampusInsiders Like Campus Insiders on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CampusInsiders Follow Campus Insiders on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/CampusInsiders http://www.youtube.com/user/CampusInsiders
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Ryan Kelley, nation's top uncommitted 2017 QB, sets decision date; Oregon Ducks among favorites
Ryan Kelley, nation's top uncommitted 2017 QB, sets decision date; Oregon Ducks among favorites The Oregon Ducks experienced a long tradition of success on the quarterback position. Chris Miller. Bill Musgrave. Danny O'Neil. Tony Graziani. Akili Smith. A.J. Feeley. Joey Harrington. Kellen Clemens. Dennis Dixon. Jeremiah Masoli. Darron Thomas. Marcus Mariota. This season, however, having less options behind Eastern Washington graduate transfer Vernon Adams may be alarming, and Oregon coaches (and fans) are trying to find answers later on recruiting classes. The class of 2016 boasts ESPN four-star prospect Terry Wilson, and also in-state pocket passer Justin Herbert, a star at Sheldon High School. But the signal-caller slot from the class of 2017 remains unfilled. At least for now. On Monday, Ryan Kelley, the nation's top uncommitted junior quarterback inside country, announced that she will make his college decision November 11 at 11 a.m
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