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Oregon Lands Four-Star 2025 Tackle Ziyare Addison


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Dan Lanning and the Oregon Ducks have struck again. This time, they landed a commitment from four-star Tackle Ziyare Addison.


Addison resides in Riverview, Fla., and marks the first offensive lineman commit the Ducks have landed in the 2025 class. This shows the range Lanning is exhibiting in his recruiting pipelines.



Addison chose Oregon over Florida, Florida State, Penn State and 20-plus other schools. Addison is ranked as the 14th overall tackle in the country according to 247Sports and the 19th overall ranked player in the state of Florida. Oregon's class is now ranked No. 8 in country for 2025.


Coach Relationship Helps Land Addison

Addison is an incredible tackle prospect from the state of Florida. Addison is coming off of a visit with Oregon this past weekend following a previous visit to Florida, who ultimately fell short in landing the 6-foot-4, 280-pound tackle.


According to Addison, Oregon's offensive line coach, A'lique Terry, was a huge reason for this decision. The two have built a solid relationship since he was a sophomore in high school. For that reason alone, Oregon always stood out to Addison since they were one of the first schools to offer Addison.


Addison has shown on tape that he has the ability to absolutely maul defenders and finishes out plays until the whistle is blown. He excels as a blocker down the field in the run game but also flashes the ability to anchor in as a pass protector. Oregon landed themselves a tackle who could be a future first-round pick if the developmental process continues the way it is.


How Does This Affect Oregon?

This improves the already bolstered 2025 class for the Ducks. The range of coaches from Lanning, Ra’Shaad Samples and now Terry have been critical in contributing for the Ducks 2025 recruiting class. While it all starts with Lanning, Terry gets most of the credit here.


Oregon has done some serious work in the 2024 transfer portal which may have caused schools to get off to a slower start in the 2025 class. However, now the Ducks rank No. 8 nationally according to On3’s rankings. In addition, this anchors their tackles.



Oregon's current starting tackles are Ajani Cornelius and Josh Conerly. Both of them have potential to get drafted very highly in the 2025 NFL Draft, so Addison could see the field early with the Ducks.


Oregon's offensive line development has continued to thrive over the years, which bodes well for Addison's future. Oregon has helped develop guys like Penei Sewell, Jackson Powers-Johnson, Cornelius and Conerly Jr. It's safe to say Addison made a good decision that will not only help his future, but help his chances at playing early.



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