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Avantae Williams, No. 2 athlete in 2020, connects with Oregon Ducks

The Oregon Ducks started this week's hot band by re-securing Mase Funa, the highest ranking line-maker in the history of the program, and then made a big splash on national television and landed the country's No. 1 global prospect Kayvon Thibodeaux. Adding Camden Lewis, the 4th kicker in the country, kept the hot strip rolling late on Saturday night but the ducks were still not finished. On Sunday consensus four star athletes / security Avantae Williams, from DeLand, Florida, announced his commitment to Oregon from offers from Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, UCLA and others: It's time to continue #Florida to #Oregon pipeline! The 2020 Movement has now begun #COMMITTED #GoDucks @coach_cristobal @coachD_uofo pic.twitter.com/DUewEUNiPg &#821 1;Tae Williams (@ SlowDownBoy7) December 16, 2018 The 6-foot, 171-pound prospect is an important addition to class 2020. Rivals list Williams as the nation's No. 2 athlete. 27 overall), while ESPN considers him the No. 1 security in the country (36 in total). He has been considered among America's best talents for several years and initially engaged in Miami (Fla.) Hurricanes in February 2017, but resumed his recruitment this spring. Williams gives Oregon two commitments in the class 2020, when joining Seth Figgins, considered at the nation's top 15 tight ends.

The Oregon Ducks started this week’s hot band by re-securing Mase Funa, the highest ranking line-maker in the history of the program, and then made a big splash on national television and landed the country’s No. 1 global prospect Kayvon Thibodeaux.

Adding Camden Lewis, the 4th kicker in the country, kept the hot strip rolling late on Saturday night but the ducks were still not finished.

On Sunday consensus four star athletes / security Avantae Williams, from DeLand, Florida, announced his commitment to Oregon from offers from Alabama, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Michigan, UCLA and others:

The 6-foot, 171-pound prospect is an important addition to class 2020.

Rivals list Williams as the nation’s No. 2 athlete. 27 overall), while ESPN considers him the No. 1 security in the country (36 in total).

He has been considered among America’s best talents for several years and initially engaged in Miami (Fla.) Hurricanes in February 2017, but resumed his recruitment this spring.

Williams gives Oregon two commitments in the class 2020, when joining Seth Figgins, considered at the nation’s top 15 tight ends.

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