Oregon continues to bolster offensive line, earns commitment from 2023 Florida prospect
Oregon added another piece to its 2023 offensive line haul on Wednesday.
Lakeland (Fla.) offensive lineman Gernorris Wilson announced his commitment to the Ducks, shutting down his recruitment on the heels of a weekend visit to Eugene. Wilson picked Oregon over offers from Auburn, North Carolina, Kentucky, and Cincinnati, among others.
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— Gernorris “Sweettreat” Wilson💫 (@WilsonGernorris) November 24, 2022
The 6-foot-5, 285-pound Wilson ranks as the 75th-best interior offensive lineman in the 2023 class and the 144th-best recruit from the state of Florida, according to the 247 Composite. He worked primarily at left tackle during the 2021 season.
Wilson was a one-time Auburn commit but decided to leave the class earlier this fall when the Tigers ousted coach Bryan Harsin.
His pledge gives the Ducks their 23rd known commitment for the 2023 class. It’s a group that ranks 11th nationally and leads the Pac-12. He’s one of five offensive linemen, joining 4-star Iapani Laloulu, 3-star Lipe Moala, 3-star Bryce Boulton, and Georgia Silva (JUCO).
You can see his highlight tape below, via Hudl: