Recent Developments: The Oregon football program hosted just one official visitor during the Arizona State weekend, and that was four-star athlete Jayvaun Wilson (Valencia, Calif.). The 6-foot-2, 210-pound prospect is expected to play running back for the Ducks. He committed to Oregon over Arizona State in the summer. His brother is a current player at ASU ... Oregon also hosted 2019 four-star prospects Sean Dollars and Jeremiah Criddell, teammates at Mater Dei in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., who have verbally committed to Oregon, on unofficial visits. Dollars is an all-purpose runnimg back and Criddell is a cornerback and safety prospect ... 2020 five-star defensive end Savell Smalls (Seattle) also was on campus for an unofficial visit. The trip was his third time at Oregon this season ... Four-star offensive tackle Jonah Tauanu'u (Harbor City, Calif.), who has committed to Oregon, was on campus at USC recently for an unofficial visit with his high school team. USC continues to try to get him to take an official visit, but he says he'll only do it if Oregon gives him the clearance.

Looking Ahead: After visiting Oklahoma and Oregon in back-to-back weeks, Criddell says he will no longer visit any other schools. He plans to decide on sticking with Oregon or signing with Oklahoma during the early signing period, which begins Dec. 19 ... Three-star defensive end Smith Vilbert (Montvale, N.J.) will officially visit Oregon on Nov. 30 ... Three-star junior college linebacker Caleb Johnson (Fullerton College) has pushed his visit to Oregon back for a third time. He will now visit on Nov. 30.

Matt Prehm is the senior writer for DuckTerritory.com