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WR commits to Ducks

WR commits to Ducks spoke Saturday with Brian Paysinger, a 6-2.5, 190-pound receiver from Long Beach (Calif.) Wilson and Brian let us know that he verbally committed to Oregon over Washington State University and Fresno State. All three had offered Paysinger, who runs a 10.7 100 meters, as well as Colorado, Fresno State, Arizona State, Cal and Nevada.

"At first it was Oregon, Washington State and Fresno State, but there's more opportunity in the Pac-10," Brian said. "I've always wanted to be in the Pac-10. Fresno State offered me and then the bigger schools came at me, like Oregon and Washington State. They were really interested in me, I mean stupid interested. Never in my wildest dreams did I think I would get a chance to play at this level... Recommended Stories

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