Oregon’s freshman class arrived with a staggered start.

Six of the 2019 recruits arrived on campus for winter term in time to start spring football while four others enrolled for spring term to participate in the final nine practices.

Coach Mario Cristobal said Monday that he expects the rest of the new players to be in Eugene when summer school begins on June 24.

“I expect the next 17 to show up here June 22-23 and get their medical stuff and start their process knowing it is a very short process,” Cristobal said. “They have about 4 1/2 weeks to prepare for their first collegiate season, to do a great job in the classroom, learn the systems and get in the best shape they can. … They have been training hard. That is something we keep close tabs on, how guys are doing in school and how they are working out. We make sure they have our strength and conditioning programs so they can go ahead and follow those to give them the best opportunity to be a contributor.”

One of the most anticipated arrivals is Mase Funa, a 6-foot-3, 245-pound linebacker from Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana, Calif. The four-star recruit was ranked as the No. 53 recruit in the nation by ESPN.

Funa has indicated he could take a two-year LDS mission during college, but Cristobal said he is enrolling in school for next year.

“Any time you talk about someone and their faith, you take it year-by-year and make sure there is clarity to the next step,” the coach said. “That is something we will discus as time goes on. He will be ready to go, he looks great. Mase is naturally a real big guy and a great linebacker so we expect him to be an instant impact guy with us.”