4-star linebacker TJ Dudley commits to Oregon over Alabama, Central Florida

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Top high school linebackers are seemingly lining up to put on the Oregon Ducks football uniform.

In the wake of Noah Sewell and Justin Flowe, former top linebacker recruits, 6-foot-1, 220-pound TJ Dudley is helping to turn Oregon into Linebacker U with the decision to verbally commit to the Ducks on Monday. The Montgomery, Ala. native chose Oregon over Central Florida and Alabama.

While is hard to imagine Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban letting top recruits in his own state get away, slowly but surely, other schools like Oregon are making headway into that state. The Ducks did recently sign four-star quarterback Tanner Bailey right out of Saban’s backyard, as well.

Dudley made a trip out to Eugene earlier this month and he announced his decision on CBS Sports HQ. Dudley is Oregon’s fifth four-star commit in the class.

The 2022 Class is beginning to shape out just like the Ducks’ previous classes since Mario Cristobal took the reigns of the program. Oregon is going for its fourth straight year of leading the Pac-12 in recruiting with no looking back.

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