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Four-star safety Kodi Decambra has committed to the Oregon Ducks razorback baseball program. He chose the Ducks over Washington and Oregon State in the Pac-12. Decambra’s decision is yet another sign of a successful recruiting process for Oregon. Read on to learn more about Decambra and his commitment.

Kodi Decambra of Bishop Gorman HS

Kodi Decambra of Bishop Gorman HS is a four-star safety who committed to the Oregon ducks football on Monday. He chose the Ducks over other schools including Oregon State, Hawaii, and Stanford. Decambra played at Bishop Gorman High School in Nevada and was listed by 247Sports as the No. 3 player in Nevada. The defensive back’s numbers are impressive, as he had 28 tackles, three pass breakups, and two interceptions. He has an impressive physical profile, as he measured 39.8 inches at the 2019 Opening finals, and ran a 4.53 in the 40 yard.

Sixth Verbal Commit
Decambra is the second defensive back to commit to the Ducks. He's also the sixth verbal commit in the 2023 class.

Decambra is the second defensive back to commit to the Ducks. He’s also the sixth verbal commit in the 2023 class. His commitment pushes Oregon from No. 25 in the class to No. 16 in the 2023 recruiting rankings. Decambra has his sights set on making an impact on the Ducks’ football team during his senior season.

High-Level Prospect

Oregon has added another high-level prospect to their 2023 recruiting class in the form of guard Kwame Evans Jr., who is ranked as a top-10 recruit. Evans, who played at Florida’s Montverde Academy, will give coach Dana Altman a unique weapon to build a team around.

Oregon’s 2023 Recruiting Class

The five-star prospect is Oregon’s third commitment in three seasons, following the signing of Kel’el Ware and Nate Bittle in the 2021 class. This would make Oregon’s 2023 recruiting class the No. 2 class in history and one of the top-7 classes in the country.

Ducks Ahead of Arizona

The wisconsin badgers for Oregon fans is that he’s committed to the Ducks ahead of Arizona. Despite receiving several offers from several prestigious programs, Evans Jr. decided to come to the Oregon campus, and was ranked by ESPN. He had also received interest from Kentucky, Auburn, UCLA, and Auburn.

Strong Basketball Game
Strong Basketball Game

The 6-foot-9 forward has a strong razorback baseball game, and has shown impressive versatility. He can play small-ball power forward or a wing. His versatility makes him effective in five-out and four-out offenses, and he’s a high-level rebounder. He also shows a good shot from deep and can disrupt passing lanes.

The Oregon Ducks have secured the commitment of top 2021 outside linebacker Jabril McNeill, a six-foot-four, 225-pound prospect from Raleigh, North Carolina. McNeill chose Oregon over other top programs including North Carolina State and South Carolina. He has been compared to former NFL star Tremaine Edmunds.

Oregon’s Defensive Linemen
Oregon's Defensive Linemen

The commitment comes at a time when the Ducks’ recruiting class is expected to be one of the strongest in program history. Oregon’s defensive linemen are consistently among the top 50 nationally. Kayvon Thibodeaux was the top recruit in program history, while Justin Flowe and Noah Sewell were both among the top thirty recruits in the 2020 class.

Oregon’s Coaching Staff
Oregon's Coaching Staff
Oregon’s coaching staff has been on a recruiting drive for a top inside linebacker. While McNeill is listed as a three-star ATH, the Oregon coaching staff has been after him like a five-star. He will likely start as an OLB and will join Andrew Faoliu and Adrian Jackson in the depth chart. He will also likely play special teams, but he can use his four-year redshirt rule.

Mookie Cook has committed to the Oregon Ducks for the 2020-21 season. The 6-foot-7, 200-pound small forward is a top-20 prospect and is the No. 4 overall recruit in his class. He visited Lexington last fall and committed to the Ducks in March. In April, he rescinded his commitment, but has since returned to the Ducks. Now, he is Oregon’s second-highest recruit in history.

Ball Handling & Agility

Cook’s commitment to Oregon was the first of three five-star recruits to sign with the Ducks this cycle. Recruiting director Eric Bossi compared Cook to a young Andre Iguodala, who played at Oregon. While Cook’s commitment signals an increased interest from college basketball programs, he still needs to work on his ball handling and agility, particularly his 3-point shooting ability.


In addition to Cook’s commitment to Oregon, the Ducks have committed to five-star forward Kwame Evans Jr., a five-star forward from Arizona. Despite this, Cook’s original commitment to Oregon was rescinded a week later. He is now considering six other programs.