Ahead of Wednesday’s National Signing Day, Oregon has added another piece to its 2022 class.

The Ducks landed a commitment from 3-star cornerback Khamari Terrell out of Killeen (Texas) Shoemaker. The 6-foot-1, 180-pound defensive back chose Oregon over Baylor, Clemson, and USC, among others.


Terrell took his official visit to Eugene last weekend. According to 247Sports, he’ll also run track for Ducks and enters the program as the fastest quarter-miler in the nation. He ran a 10.72 100, a 21.06 200, and a 46.26 400 as a junior in the spring of 2021. He also posted a 46.96 400 in June that same year at the Outdoor Nationals in Eugene.

He’s the 11th known commitment for Oregon this cycle, joining three others who will sign on Wednesday. Terrell is 418th overall prospect and the 43rd-rated cornerback in his class, per the industry-generated Composite. But in the Top247—the outlet’s own evaluators—Terrell is a 4-star prospect and the 29th cornerback in his class. As tends to be the case, ESPN’s rating system deflates Terrell’s composite score. Rivals has him as the 39th-best corner.

And Oregon might not be done adding defensive backs this class. Jahlil Florence, a top-200 corner and 4-star prospect in the Composite, is set to announce his commitment on Monday. He’ll choose between the Ducks and USC.

You can view Terrell’s highlight tape below, via Hudl: