Through spring practices, Oregon Ducks coach Mario Cristobal and his coaching staff identified a few areas in which the football program would benefit from added depth - cornerback, wide receiver and tight end. Hoping to address those areas of concern with immediate help, Oregon has turned to a handful of graduate transfer options. Oregon has already secured the commitment of UNLV cornerback Tim Hough and are in good position to land Wake Forest wide receiver Tabari Hines, but tight end has remained an issue. Until Sunday, that is. After visiting Oregon for the spring game this weekend, South Florida graduate transfer Kano Dillon verbally committed to the Ducks.