Some future Oregon football players will make their debut in front of a crowd at Autzen Stadium on Saturday alongside some of the Ducks’ top targets in upcoming recruiting classes.

Oregon will host Saturday Night Live, a one-day football camp that feature some of the nation’s top prospects beginning at 4:15 p.m. Fans are invited to watch at no cost with parking available in the East lot and the South entrance open for seating in sections 29 through 33.

This is the third straight year that the Ducks have hosted the elite camp to get some of the nation’s top recruits on campus prior to the start of fall camp.

“We have a a great product to sell and our coaching staff and the people that surround our student-athletes are really high-character professionals with a super high care factor,” UO coach Mario Cristobal said during Pac-12 Media Day on Wednesday. “And I think people feel that. I think they see the investment in the student-athlete and when they see the facilities and the resources that we have, and they also see the trajectory of the program, we have a lot of momentum going on right now. They see the types of players and athletes that we are signing, the caliber of people that we are signing, and I think a lot of people want to be a part of that.”

Cristobal and his staff will run the camp for players including Jay Butterfield, a 6-foot-6 quarterback from California who is part of UO’s 2020 recruiting class. Caleb Williams, a five-star recruit in 2021 from Washington D.C., will line up for drills alongside Butterfield and other quarterbacks.

Running back Trey Benson, wide receiver Kris Hutson and safety Jared Greenfield are among the other players committed to sign with the Ducks in December who will be at Autzen along with Seven McGee, a Class of 2021 running back who gave an early commitment to the Ducks.

Johnny Wilson and Elijhah Badger are a couple of California wide receivers who are among Oregon’s top targets remaining in 2020.

The Ducks will welcome some of the top players at their positions in the 2021 class, including Williams and McGee.

Troy Franklin is a five-star receiver from California and Evan Pryor is a four-star running back out of North Carolina. Bryce Foster arrives from Texas ranked as the top guard in his class and Kingsley Suamataia from Utah is a four-star tackle. Six-foot-six Moliki Matavao of Nevada is a four-star tight end.

The list of in-state prospects arriving for camp is headed by Keith Brown of Lebanon, a four-star linebacker recruit in 2021.