Four-star RB sees Oregon again

Cameron Scarlett recently took another trip to Oregon and the Ducks are definitely making an impression on the state's top-rated player by
The Portland (Ore.) Central Catholic standout who rushed for 1,640 yards and 22 touchdowns in his junior season knows all about Oregon's fabulous facilities and wanted a closer look at everything the school has to offer.
"We got there and we went to the practice in the morning and then got a tour of all the facilities and the school and met with a lot of people," Scarlett said.
"I liked it a lot. They showed me a lot of stuff I wasn't really worried about but that I didn't know a whole lot about. It definitely boosted my understanding of the program.
"I've seen the facilities before. I saw the new facility and even after I saw it it's still crazy and unbelievable. It's on a whole other level than all the other college programs."
Scarlett, rated as the sixth-best all-purpose back in the 2015 class, does not have a public list of frontrunners but said the Ducks are definitely toward the top if he had to name some favorites.
"I don't really have a list yet but I definitely have a lot of interest toward them," Scarlett said. "They definitely have to be at the top I guess because they are such a great football program and a great school, too."
So far, the four-star back has been offered by Arizona, Arizona State, Boise State, BYU, Cal, Nevada, Oregon, Oregon State, Stanford and Washington State.
No visits are planned in the short term because of track season but Scarlett said he could visit Arizona and Arizona State later in the spring. Notre Dame and Vanderbilt are showing the most new interest and could offer soon.