While many schools are securing final commitments during the 2021 class, Oregon's fulfilling those needs and beyond.
Composite four-star 2022 tight end Andre Dollar from Mustang, Oklahoma committed to Mario Cristobal and the Oregon Ducks Tuesday morning.
The 6'5", 230-pound prospect is ranked as the nation's No. 10 tight end by 247Sports and the No. 12 tight end, No. 263 overall by composite ranking.
He committed to Oregon over offers from Arizona State, Arkansas, Iowa State, Kansas, Louisville, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Penn State, South Carolina, Texas Tech, UCF, and more.
Dollar's the second commitment of the 2022 recruiting class joining Emar'rion Winston, brother of Lamar Winston Jr., out of Central Catholic High School in Portland, OR.
Currently, Oregon has the top recruiting class in the Pac-12 and 12th ranked nationally in 2022 but it's still quite early. But, Mario Cristobal will likely end up with the top class in the Pac-12 for the third consecutive season this cycle, and will go for four-in-a-row next year.
Dollar told Andrew Nemec of The Oregonian that he plans to graduate high school in December 2021 to enroll early at Oregon to participate in spring football.
You can watch his sophomore season highlights below.
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