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Oregon Set to Host 2024 OL Blake Frazier for Spring Visit

The Ducks are starting to line up visits for big-time targets in the 2024 recruiting class.
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We're in the last week of the February dead period, which means that visits will ramp up again in the near future.

Dan Lanning and the Oregon Ducks have laid a strong foundation and are ready to capitalize in 2024.

Austin (Tex.) Vandegrift High School offensive tackle Blake Frazier announced that he will be taking a trip out to Eugene for an unofficial visit on March 14.

Frazier stands at 6'5" and weighs 260 pounds as spring football looms in the Lone Star State. He landed an offer from Oregon when former offensive line coach Adrian Klemm was still on the coaching staff on January 24.

The Texas product already holds 25 reported offers heading into his senior season, highlighted by Oklahoma, Penn State, Texas and USC among others.

Oregon holds one verbal commitment along the offensive line in 2024 Vancouver (Wash.) Evergreen High School offensive tackle Fox Crader, who was recently offered by the defending national champion Georgia Bulldogs.

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Dan Lanning hired A'lique Terry as his new offensive line coach earlier this month and he's been aggressive on the recruiting trail since his arrival, contacting recruits and sending out offers across the country. Offensive line is a significant need for the Ducks in 2024 despite signing seven offensive linemen last cycle seeing as they lost numerous veterans after last season.

As for Frazier, he also has an unofficial visit to Michigan scheduled for March 17 through March 20. 

Already recognized as one of the top offensive tackle recruits in the country, he provides additional athleticism as a track athlete specializing in shot put and was named All-District 25-6A first team offensive line in 2022.

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