Mission Viejo (Calif.) defensive lineman Dominic Glover was supposed to visit Oregon State this coming weekend but decided to end the recruiting process and has committed to Oregon.
Glover, 6-4, 245 pounds is one of the top rush ends in the West and has unlimited potential. He visited Colorado in addition to the Ducks but said Oregon was the spot for him.
"Coach Belotti came in for a home visit earlier this week and that's when I committed," Glover said. "I loved Oregon on the visit and just felt so comfortable there.
"They have a great program, a great staff and I loved the area. Coach Neal has been recruiting me all year and he's a great coach and I bonded with him pretty well. There was no pressure tactics at all from Oregon but at the same time, they made it clear that they didn't have a lot of spots left.
"I liked Oregon State but couldn't imagine liking any place as much as Oregon. I didn't want to risk taking one last visit and then losing my spot at my first choice so I decided to commit to Oregon.
"I can't tell you how happy and relieved I am right now that the process is over for me. It has been pretty stressful at time and I learned a lot but the bottom line for me is I'm going to a great school and I know I'll be very happy at Oregon."