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Husan Longstreet Entering Pivotal Stretch as Commitment Looms

The Southern California passer is a month away from making his college commitment.
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Corona (Calif.) Centennial quarterback Husan Longstreet is the top uncommitted quarterback in the country for the 2025 class. But he won't be uncommitted for much longer, as he's set to make his decision on April 14.

He spoke with Ducks Digest about the latest in his recruitment, as Oregon is one of eight finalists.

"I'm going to Auburn first (March 22)," Longstreet said of his visit slate. "Then I'm going to A&M (March 29), Oregon (April 5) and then Ole Miss (TBD)."

The 6-foot, 190-pound signal caller laid out what's important to him in his school of choice.

"Everything to me rises and falls on leadership. So that's a big thing for me just the leadership. With those schools that's obviously not a problem. Now it just comes down to playing, what their room looks like and what type of offense they run."

Longstreet has never been to Oregon, which makes next month's trip that much more important. He spoke on what has his eyes on the Ducks.

"Everything that Coach Lanning has done," he said. "He takes everything head on. He doesn't let up, I just like his attitude when it comes to the game of football."

He'll have his eye on a couple of things once he touches down in Eugene for the first time.

"I want to see how Coach (Will) Stein coaches his quarterbacks, how he runs his offense. Just the whole development process. See how convenient the school is."

The Ducks already have one quarterback committed this cycle in Akili Smith Jr., but Longstreet says that doesn't carry much weight in his decision making process.

"All I ever ask for is a chance to compete."

Texas A&M may be the team to beat here as new head coach Mike Elko seems to be hitting it off with recruits in the wake of Jimbo Fisher's firing.

"They're a great school. A big thing I like about Coach Elko is the way he turned around Duke. You go in there two years and you turn around from 2-8 to 8-2, I think that's a huge deal. So I have no doubt that he could do that at A&M."

Auburn is the other visit he has set and Hugh Freeze shouldn't be counted out.

"I get a lot of love from Auburn," Longstreet said. "They text me, call me about every day. I really can't wait to get down to that school. That's the biggest thing for me and the schools I haven't visited. I just want to get down there, see how it is for real, see how it is in person."

Longstreet has a lot of eyes on him as the nation's top uncommitted quarterback and reflected on how he's managed the process.

"See what offense fits me. That's the biggest thing. Just taking my time. Really committing early will be a big help, just focus on one school."

Oregon's 2025 recruiting class

  • 4* WR Dallas Wilson (Tampa, FL)
  • 4* WR Adrian Wilson (Pflugerville, TX)
  • 4* QB Akili Smith Jr. (San Diego, CA)
  • 3* EDGE Matthew Johnson (Concord, Calif.)
  • 3* OL Chavez "Sandman" Thompson (Melbourne, FL)

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