With the loss of four players to graduation after their NCAA Tournament run, Oregon’s path back to the NCAA Tournament could be helped immensely with a few talented players. Some are already on their way in transfers guard Jalil Abdul-Bassit and guard/forward Elgin Cook and a third just committed to Dana Altman.
Matt Prehm from DuckTerritory.com is reporting that Mike Moser has made his decision. He will become an Oregon Duck.
Prehm says the announcement came via text message. According to his former AAU coach and mentor Kumbeno Memory.
“Mike just committed to Oregon,” Memory said by text message.
Prehm says Moser has one year of eligibility remaining and an unofficial visit to Oregon last week may have sealed the deal.
The Ducks will have some new faces in 2013, along with some with the hunger to get back to the NCAA Tournament. Moser is a nice addition along with Elgin Cook and Jalil Abdul-Bassit that will continue the program’s recent success moving forward. The Ducks just became a Top 25 Program heading into the upcoming season.
Adam Jude from the Oregonian on Twitter said that Memphis Forward Malik Black, another recruit looking to play for the Ducks was on campus at the U of O today.
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