Oregon continued its recent success pulling players out of Mater Dei by adding two verbal commitments on Sunday.

Running back Sean Dollars and cornerback Jeremiah Criddell announced they would sign with Oregon in December during a joint announcement in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.

The two four-star recruits were teammates with Oregon receiver Jaylon Redd and cornerback Thomas Graham at Rancho Cucamonga High School as sophomores in 2016. Following their junior seasons, both Dollars and Criddell announced they would transfer to play their final prep season at Mater Dei, the powerhouse program in Santa Ana, Calif.

UO sophomore defensive lineman Austin Faoliu played at Mater Dei along with his brother Andrew, who has signed to join the Ducks in the fall.

Oregon also has a commitment from defensive lineman Keyon Ware-Hudson of Mater Dei in its 2019 recruiting class. Dollars and Criddell give Oregon nine commitments for 2019.

The 5-foot-10, 185-pound Dollars is ranked as the top all-purpose running back in the nation and No. 131 overall recruit by 247Sports.com. Dollars, who ran for 919 yards and 16 touchdowns last season, is listed as the No. 59 recruit in the country by Rivals.com.

Dollars is the first running back in Oregon's 2019 class and adds depth to the position group. With Tony Brooks-James and Taj Griffin preparing for their senior season, Oregon only has four running backs currently on the roster for 2019.

The 6-1, 185-pound Criddell is ranked among the top 60 recruits in the nation by both Rivals.com and 247Sports.com. He also had 34 catches for 712 yards as a receiver last season.

Dollars and Criddell both had Florida State and Washington among their finalists. Dollars also considered Georgia and USC while Criddell was being recruited by Oklahoma and Notre Dame.