Texas A&M commit Bralon Addison faxed a letter of intent to Oregon on Wednesday morning, confirming suspicions late in the recruiting process that the one-time Oklahoma State commit would switch his allegiance once more on signing day.
Addison committed to Texas A&M over the summer, but wavered late in the process.
The Missouri City, Texas, native ranks as the nation's No. 18 receiver and is No. 129 on the ESPNU 150, a list of the nation's top 150 prospects. He was the No. 20 player in the state of Texas.
Last-minute flips are part of signing day. Sometimes it works out well. Texas A&M, though, suffered the biggest loss early.
The Ducks also swiped three-star receiver Chance Allen, another Missouri City, Texas, native, who had been committed to Oklahoma State since Jan. 20. He was the nation's No. 141 receiver.