Oregon Ducks extend multiple scholarship offers at ‘SNL’ football camp

The Oregon Ducks football program hosted its annual “Saturday Night Live” camp over the weekend, inviting about 100 prospects from across the country.

This year’s event focused primarily on athletes in the 2024 and 2025 classes, setting the stage for what Dan Lanning’s coaching staff hopes will be a bright future.

In many cases, the guest prospects already held an offer from the Ducks, but some athletes traveled to Eugene hoping to deliver a performance that would catch the eye of the coaching staff.

Here is an overview of the new offers they offered during the camp:

4-star wide receiver Ja’Kobi Lane (2023; Red Mountain HS, Arizona)

For bluechip dynamic wide receiver Ja’Kobi LaneOregon’s offer could (and likely will) be an immediate game-changer for him.

The 6-foot-4, 175-pound wide receiver is ranked 30th wide receiver in the nation and he’s holding double-digit offers, but he’s clearly in love with the Ducks.

4-Star Athlete I’Marion Stewart (2024; Bolingbrook HS, Illinois)

Rated the nation Athlete #34Stewart is probably a wide receiver at the college level but can do a lot.

The 6-foot-1, 180-pound point guard approaches 20 scholarship offers, highlighted by Arizona State, Illinois, Michigan, Nebraska, Ole Miss, State of Penn, Washington, Wisconsin and others.

4-star offensive lineman Fletcher Westphal (2024; Tuscarora HS, Virginia)

Monster offensive lineman (6-7 1/2, 300) Fletcher Westphal has come a long way to be in Eugene this weekend for Oregon camp.

It paid off with a scholarship offer.

It now holds offers from over 20 programs, highlighted by Arkansas, Clemson, Georgia, Miami, Michigan State, Penn State, Stanford, Tennessee, Wisconsin and others.

NR running back Xai’Shaun Edwards (2024; Clear springs, Texas)

Incomplete ratings (too early) caused Xai’Shaun Edwards’ “unrated” status, not a lack of talent.

The 5-foot-9, 175-pound running back already has offers from Houston, Missouri, Oregon Texas Tech and others.

Expect Edwards to see his stock continue to rise in the coming weeks.

3-star DL Jericho Johnson (2024; Armijo HS, California)

The 6-foot-5, 320-pound defensive lineman has top offers from California, Oregon, Washington and Washington State.

Large 300-pound linemen are hard to come by in the West Region, so Johnson is likely to be in short supply as he becomes a known entity on the recruiting trail.

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