The former top in-state recruit ran for nearly 1,300 combined yards as a freshman and sophomore, before missing the 2015 season.
Signing day was Wednesday but already the Ducks had seven new recruits participating in workouts, a number that will grow for spring drills.
Head coach Mark Helfrich formally announced the addition of 17 prep players, one graduate and one JC transfer on National Signing Day.
Aidan Schneider fulfilled the promise he showed in the second half of 2014, making 22-of-24 kicks in 2015 and earning a scholarship.
After a transition year in 2015, Oregon's defensive secondary returns intact entering 2016.
Oregon athletic director Rob Mullens has been selected for a three-year term on the College Football Playoff selection committee.
Four #ProDucks played in the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs, but none shined brighter than RB Jonathan Stewart
With four starters graduating and a new coordinator in place, the position group will experience a transition year in 2016.
Oregon's defense experienced a roller coaster season, but senior defensive end DeForest Buckner shined throughout to cap a marvelous career.
New UO coordinator Brady Hoke, who has a reputation for quick turnarounds, will spend spring installing his scheme, including a 4-3 front.
Former Michigan head coach Brady Hoke will be Oregon's new defensive coordinator, Ducks' head coach Mark Helfrich announced Saturday.
The return of Tyler Johnstone and addition of transfer Matt Hegarty helped Oregon's line overcome the loss of three starters from 2014.