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Ricardo Williams Puts Oregon In Top Three

Homestead (FL) Homestead Sr. DE Ricardo Williams

If previous recruiting cycles serve as any evidence, Oregon prefers its defensive ends long and athletic with ability to get after the quarterback and cloud passing lanes. Meet Homestead (FL) Homestead Senior three-star defensive end Ricardo Williams, who could be exactly what the Duck coaching staff is looking for at the position.

Do you currently have an offer from Oregon? "Yeah." What kind of contact have you had with Oregon since the recruiting process started for you? "Well it's been kind of slow. When they flew down here to see me, that's when they offered me. Besides that, they gave me a card and I've been calling the card but I haven't really been getting any answer so I don't really ever get to talk to them. I...

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