Oregon football coach Mario Cristobal has his program recruiting at a high level yet again as the Ducks open the 2019 football season.

After signing the program's highest-rated recruiting class in 2019, which was ranked inside the nation's top 10 by recruiting websites, Oregon's 2020 class is ranked first among Pac-12 schools and ranked 15th nationally.

The Ducks currently hold 19 total commitments from 11 states. Just as with the 2019 class, the state of California has produced the most commitments for this year's class with six.

Four-star safety Avantae Williams (Deland, Fla.) is Oregon's highest-rated committed prospect and 52nd nationally, while four-star wide receiver Johnny Wilson (Calabasas, Calif.) is the program's second-highest rated recruit.

The Ducks are expected to sign roughly 22 to 26 players in this year's recruiting class. Five-star and top-10 recruits Justin Flowe (linebacker, Upland, Calif.), Kelee Ringo (cornerback, Scottsdale, Ariz.) and Sav'ell Smalls (outside linebacker, Burien, Wash.) all have the Ducks listed in their final groups and will officially visit the Oregon campus during the football season.

Matt Prehm is a senior writer for DuckTerritory.com