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Texas A&M wide receiver announced Thursday that he has committed to Oregon and will be suiting up for the Ducks next season when they begin their first year in the Big Ten.

The former five-star prospect from Memphis, Tenn. was the No. 1 wide receiver in the country coming out of Liberty High School in Frisco, Texas. Per 247 Sports:

Texas A&M sophomore wide receiver Evan Stewart was on campus for an official visit this past weekend and has announced he'll sign with the Ducks. The No. 2 overall transfer portal prospect and the No. 1 wide receiver transfer portal prospect will have two years of eligibility plus a redshirt year at Oregon. Stewart is one of just two 5-star prospects who have entered the transfer portal.

The 6-foot, 175-pound junior-to-be comes to Oregon with 91 career catches for 1,163 yards and six touchdowns. As a sophomore this season, Stewart caught 38 passes for 514 yards and four touchdowns. Evans is expected to join Oregon ahead of spring football.
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