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Johnny Wilson becomes 6th Oregon Ducks pledge to commit to Polynesian Bowl

OregonLive.com logo OregonLive.com 12/3/2019 By Andrew Nemec, oregonlive.com

The future of the Oregon Ducks football program will be well-represented in the 2020 Polynesian Bowl.

On Monday, Oregon pledge and four-star wide receiver Johnny Wilson became the sixth future Duck to commit to play in the all-star exhibition, which is set to kick off Saturday, January 18, 2020 in Aloha Stadium and will be televised on CBS Sports Network:

The 6-foot-6, 225-pound pass-catcher, out of Calabasas High School (Calabasas, California), committed to Oregon this summer, choosing the Ducks over fellow finalists Ohio State, Texas, UCLA and Washington.

He will be joined in the showcase by the following Oregon commits:

Noah Sewell - 5-star prospect, nation’s No. 2 inside linebacker

Avantae Williams - 4-star prospect, nation’s No. 1 safety

Luke Hill - 4-star prospect, nation’s No. 7 cornerback

Maceal Afaese - 3-star prospect, nation’s No. 51 defensive tackle

Faaope Laloulu - 3-star prospect, nation’s No. 46 offensive tackle

But the number may not stop at six.

Oregon remains in the mix for both five-star linebacker Justin Flowe and four-star cornerback Dontae Manning, both of whom are also poised to compete in the all-star exhibition.

Oregon’s recruiting class is ranked No. 1 in the Pac-12 Conference and No. 11 nationally, according to 247Sports.

-- Andrew Nemec

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