Where does Oregon football rank as far as roster talent goes heading into 2022? – Ducks Wire

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There is a lot of new when it comes to the Oregon Ducks football program in 2022.
The entire coaching staff is new, with Dan Lanning taking over as a first-year head coach. The offensive and defensive scheme will be new, the starting quarterback will be new, and both the running back and wide receiver depth charts will be new as well.
What is not new is the talent on the roster, though. Ever since the early days of the Mario Cristobal era, Oregon has been able to recruit at a high level, and they have stacked a number of highly-rated signing classes on top of each other, building one of the most talented rosters in the Pac-12.
But when comparing that to the college football world at large, how does Oregon’s talent stack up?
Athlon Sports recently took a look at that very question and ranked the top college football rosters for the 2022 season by referencing where each program finished in the last five recruiting rankings.
Using 247Sports’ Team Composite rankings, Athlon was able to take an average of where each team has finished to determine its rankings of the most talented rosters for this coming season.
For Oregon, the Ducks have finished No. 25 (2022), 6 (2021), 11 (2020), 7 (2019), and 13 (2018) in the last five classes, giving them an average recruiting ranking of No. 12.4 over the last five cycles.
Let’s see where that puts Oregon in the roster-rankings for 2022.
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Average recruiting finish over the last five years: 15.4
Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports
Average recruiting finish over the last five years: 13.6

Average recruiting finish over the last five years: 13.2

Average recruiting finish over the last five years: 12.4
Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports
Average recruiting finish over the last five years: 12.0
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Average recruiting finish over the last five years: 12.0

Average recruiting finish over the last five years: 11.8
Daniel Dunn-USA TODAY Sports
Average recruiting finish over the last five years: 9.0
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Average recruiting finish over the last five years: 7.8
Maria Lysaker-USA TODAY Sports
Average recruiting finish over the last five years: 7.2
Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports
Average recruiting finish over the last five years: 7.0
Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
Average recruiting finish over the last five years: 6.8

Average recruiting finish over the last five years: 5.4
Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports
Average recruiting finish over the last five years: 2.2

Average recruiting finish over the last five years: 2.2
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