Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich is certainly taking an unconventional approach to recruiting. For the second consecutive season, the Ducks landed a commitment from a graduate-transfer quarterback from the FCS Big Sky conference.

Montana State’s Dakota Prukop told Fox Sports Tuesday that he would spend his final year of eligibility at Oregon, and he could be on campus as early as January. Prukop looks to follow in the footsteps of Vernon Adams Jr., who transferred from Eastern Washington and led the Ducks to a six-game winning streak to finish the season.

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