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Roman Catholic (Pennsylvania) four-star wide receiver Tyseer Denmark is only a high school junior, but he's already accumulated more than 30 scholarship offers.

Alabama, Florida State, Georgia, Michigan, Notre Dame, Texas, USC and many others have pursued the dynamic 5-foot-11, 180-pound pass-catcher.

On Thursday, however, Denmark put an end to his recruitment, committing to the Oregon Ducks over fellow finalists Ohio State and Penn State.

"It is so family oriented," he told 247Sports. "That's where I fell in love with that. It's like one big happy family."

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Denmark is rated the nation's No. 87 overall prospect and the nation's No. 14 wide receiver. 

For context, if he were a class of 2023 pledge he would be the third highest-rated pledge in the class, behind only five-star quarterback Dante Moore and five-star wide receiver Jurrion Dickey

Denmark is the third 2024 pledge in Oregon's class, joining North Medford (Oregon) four-star tight end A.J. Pugliano and Evergreen (Washington) four-star offensive tackle Fox Crader