Oregon’s football program is red-hot right now. On Wednesday, the Ducks scored their third commitment in as many days.

La Habra (Calif.) Fullerton College offensive tackle George Silva announced his verbal pledge to the Ducks on Twitter. The junior college offensive lineman chose the Ducks over an offer from New Mexico State.


A 6-foot-7, 295-pound offensive tackle, Silva gives the Ducks their fourth offensive lineman of the 2023 class. Honolulu (Hawaii) Farrington offensive lineman Iapani Laloulu announced his commitment to the Ducks on Monday, joining a group that also includes Lipe Moala and Bryce Boulton as offensive linemen in the class. All four have joined the fold since the start of October.

The Ducks’ class is shaping up to be a special one. The group ranks 10th nationally and features 22 known commitments. It’s a group that’s headlined by 5-star quarterback Dante Moore and 5-star wideout Jurrion Dickey, but it’s a class that could come to be defined by the trenches. Of the 22 known commits, 11 are from linemen — be it offensive or defensive.

You can see Silva’s tape below, via Hudl: