John Mundt is not yet used to the Oregon offense but the Modesto (Calif.) Central Catholic tight end is sure excited to learn.
The 6-foot-5, 235-pound three-star prospect who committed to the Ducks in June said his high school runs a different system but that he's excited to become a part of Oregon's dynamic offense starting next season.
"I'm definitely going to have to get used to it," Mundt said. "In our offense we are a run-first offense. We huddle up and jog to the line and we never do any no-huddle.
"It's going to be a big change but I'm ready for it. Every time I watch Oregon and then go to practice on Monday I feel like it's a big change. I want to get on the ball fast and play upbeat."
Mundt has no desire to change his commitment or consider other programs even though Washington and some others continue to recruit him.
Things looked up even more this past weekend when the Modesto Central Catholic standout watched Oregon dismantle USC's defense in a 62-51 victory.
Mundt watched every snap and was definitely excited to see the Ducks in high gear.
"I watched the whole game at home," Mundt said.
"USC definitely came out ready to play but (Kenjon) Barner was untouchable. They could not stop him. He had the night of his life and it was so much fun to watch. Oregon was just so fast and USC definitely had trouble keeping up with the pace and the speed Oregon was playing with.
"Exciting would be the best word to describe it. Just knowing someday I'll be in there being a part of it is just amazing."
Mundt plans to take his one and only official visit to Oregon later this month when the Ducks host Stanford.