Oregon head coach Dan Lanning got to tweet two duck emojis on Saturday.

Not an hour after 4-star quarterback Michael Van Buren announced his commitment to the Ducks, 4-star defensive lineman Xadavien Sims went live on the 247Sports YouTube page and revealed that he has also given his verbal commitment to Oregon. A 6-foot-3, 275-pounder from Durant (Okla.) High, Sims chose the Ducks from a group of finalists that also included Oklahoma, Michigan State, TCU, and Vanderbilt.

“As soon as I stepped on campus, I felt like Oregon was the right place for me,” he said of his decision. “Coach Lanning is one of the best coaches in the game.”

Sims reported 22 scholarship offers so far in his recruitment, and trimmed his list of suitors to five following a pair of trips to Eugene throughout the spring. He’s a sought-after defensive lineman who projects as a player with the ability to add good size to his frame and provide some versatility up front.

In the industry-generated 247 Composite, Sims ranked as the No. 23 defensive lineman in the class and the No. 194 overall recruit. He was the No. 2 prospect from the state of Oklahoma, and spurned the hometown Sooners to head west.

The Ducks now stand at 13 known commitments for the 2024 class, a group that ranks top-10 nationally. You can see Sims’ highlight tape below, via Hudl: