After adding 22 players in December, Oregon had a few spots remaining for the February signing period.
The Ducks appear to have filled three spots in the past three days after a pair of defensive backs made verbal commitments to sign with Oregon on Monday.
Safety Jamal Hill of Morrow (Ga.) High School committed to the Ducks just about an hour before cornerback D.J. James of Spanish Fort (Ala.) High School made the same declaration.
Oregon’s recruiting weekend began with the addition of center Logan Sagapolu, who made his commitment during the Polynesian Bowl on Saturday. The 6-foot-3, 340-pounder from Skyridge High School in Lehi, Utah is a three-star recruit ranked among the top 10 players at his position in the class.
Sagapolu considered staying in his home state to play for Utah or BYU before becoming the third offensive lineman in Oregon’s recruiting class.
"It was just the love I was getting from all the coaches and the fact I was really comfortable down there,” Sagapolu announced during the broadcast of the Polynesian Bowl.
The 6-foot-1, 192-pound Hill is a three-star recruit who took an official visit to UO over the weekend. He also visited Colorado, Tennessee, and USC.
“I AM 1000% Committed to the University of Oregon,” Hill announced on Twitter. “Lets go to work.”
Shortly after Hill made his announcement, James joined UO’s recruiting class. The 6-foot-0, 170-pounder visited Oregon along with Hill last weekend.
“I feel great about it,” James told AL.com. “(The visit) was better than I ever could have expected.”
James committed to Mississippi State in February but elected not to sign in December and announced Sunday night that he would not join the Bulldogs. James, who had 43 tackles and six interceptions while earning all-state honors as a senior, also visited Nebraska.
“COMMITTED To The University Of Oregon,” he posted on Twitter.
The additions of James and Hill gives Oregon two safeties and two cornerbacks in its class.