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|Posted: Thu Aug 31, 2017 8:25 am Post subject: national prospect Miles Norris the Ducks had a choice
|Less than a week ago, all Mountain West selection Brandon Clarke, a San Jose State transfer, announced a final three of Gonzaga https://www.uobasketballjersey.com/tyler-dorsey-jersey-c-5.html Oregon and Washington State.
At the time, the list was viewed as a sign Oregon could add yet another impact transfer in the Dana Altman era, as Clarke averaged 17.5 points, 8.9 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 2.8 blocks per game last season.
What a difference a week makes.
On Wednesday, the 6 foot 8, 210 pound forward made his college decision, committing to Gonzaga on Twitter
So, what happened? Was it ever really a contest or was Gonzaga the favorite all along?
This summer, Oregon has set up official visits with R.J. Barrett and Bol Bol https://www.uobasketballjersey.com/charlie-noebel-jersey-c-6.html the No. 1 and No. 2 overall prospects in the class of 2018, made significant cuts for elite talents Emmitt Williams , Louis King, Simi Shittu, Jules Bernard, Eric Ayala and Jordan Brown and appears to be the favorite for five star combo guard Luguentz Dort.
With only four available scholarships for the 2018 recruiting class three remaining given the commitment of top 60 national prospect Miles Norris the Ducks had a choice on their hands this week.
They could try to snag https://www.uobasketballjersey.com/mj-cage-jersey-c-4.html Clarke and take two more prep talents or go all in on the high schoolers with a firm belief that four big time prospects will be attainable.
Instead of hosting Clarke, Atlman and his staff are going the high school route in 2018.
That decision https://www.uobasketballjersey.com/kavell-bigbywilliams-jersey-c-13.html should provide plenty of fireworks for Oregon fans in the coming months.
It s also a gamble to watch Kavell Bigby-Williams Jersey as the 2018 recruiting cycle unfolds.