Tyner Wants to Visit Other Programs

Tyner Wants to Visit Other Programs

Oregon's first verbal commitment of the 2013 class has reversed course and announced via Twitter his intention of visiting other programs.

In a message on Twitter, Thomas said. "How do I know where I'm truly happy if I haven't put myself out there yet? Still love my ducks. Gotta do what I gotta do."

Thomas Tyner was verbally committed to Oregon for over a year before making his announcement on Tuesday.

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