The blue-chip commitments continue to roll in for Oregon.

On Monday, 4-star Bishop Gorman (Nev.) safety Kodi DeCambra announced his commitment to the Ducks. DeCambra announced his commitment on CBS Sports HQ, saying the “family-0riented” vibe around coach Dan Lanning’s program was what drew him to Eugene. “That’s what really stood out to me. Coming from a Polynesian background, family is everything to us.”

DeCambra picked the Ducks over a final six that also included Washington, Arizona, Oregon State, Colorado, and Hawaii. The Ducks made good progress with DeCrambra. The offer came in February and two months later, the 6-foot, 175-pound defensive back was on campus for a visit.

His commitment makes five 4-stars for the Ducks’ 2023 class, which now stands at six known commits. He’ll join Basha (Ariz.) corner Cole Martin in the Ducks’ defensive secondary. He’s rated as the 255th overall prospect in the 2023 cycle, per the 247 Composite. He’s the 24th-ranked player at his position and the No. 3 prospect in the state of Nevada.

Here’s what 247 national analyst Cooper Petagna said of DeCambra’s skillset:

“Possesses adequate size and frame at 6-foot and 170-pounds, appears to possess the growth potential to add additional weight to his frame. Displays good athleticism at the boundary safety position as well on special teams. … Displays good short area change of direction and plant / drive ability. Flashes good burst to close ability and range playing the deep part of the field. Demonstrates above average instincts playing the ball in the air and flashes some ball production. Possesses good play speed, in addition to a 4.53 (40) verified time. Strong run support defender, shows the ability to key and diagnose and will strike you at the point of attack. Displays above average man to man ability in pass coverage, flashing the capability to see significant snaps as a slot defender.”

With his commitment, the Ducks’ 2023 class has jumped into the top 20 in 247Sports’ team rankings. They sit 15th nationally, behind only USC in the Pac-12.

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