Oregon is in the process of recruiting several players with interest in the Pac-12 North, but is one of three schools with a commitment to Ohio State.
The Ducks have already recruited one quarterback in Isaiah Brown, who committed to Oregon last month, but the Buckeyes also are in the mix for the Oregon receiver, senior linebacker Marcus Williams, and senior linebacker Jordan Woodard.
A source told Scout that the Ducks are also pursuing junior wide receiver Tashaun Gipson, as well as offensive lineman Tyler Ledecky, who could potentially play defensive end.
Oregon has also made offers to several defensive players, including junior safety Eric Kendricks, senior defensive tackle Chris Maragos, senior safety D.J. Foster, junior offensive lineman Alex Gresham, senior cornerback T.J., and senior cornerback Marcus Kish.
All three players have committed to the Ducks, and it is unclear whether either will leave the team this summer.
Oregon was the No. 4 overall recruit in the country in 2017, and has made several high-profile splash recruiting decisions, including the departure of two of the top-rated quarterbacks in the 2018 class, Connor Cook and Trevone Boykin.
It also signed a pair of 2018 offensive linemen in DeForest Buckner and Johnathan Loyd.
Oregon also has a pair.
The Buckeyes finished the 2017 season ranked No. 1 in the AP Poll, and have improved from 10-4 in 2016 to 12-3 this season.
In 2018, the Ducks won the Pac 12 North and the Rose Bowl.
The next Pac-10 North team will play in the College Football Playoff semifinals on Jan. 1.