The Oregon campus is buzzing with hope after the Pac-12 tournament champion Ducks' Sweet 16 run in the NCAA Tournament. Dana Altman -- the Pac-12 Coach of the Year -- has solidified himself as one of the better coaches in the college game.
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According to multiple sources, 6-foot-5 small forward Fred Richardson (Friendswood, Texas/Clear Brook) verbally committed to Oregon on Monday night. Richardson first announced his decision via his Twitter account.
Maryland native Devon Branch (Cloud County C.C.) put an end to his recruitment on Sunday with a verbal pledge to Oregon, the Baltimore Sun is reporting. Branch also held offers from Rutgers, Kansas State and Virginia Tech but the Ducks were on him early in the process.
Coach Dana Altman won't score enough points to make a dent in the Top 25 in terms of class rankings, but that doesn't mean good players aren't coming to Eugene. Over the weekend, the Ducks found Dominic Artis (Oakland, Calif.
ESPN.com has confirmed that power forward Ben Carter (Las Vegas, Nev./Bishop Gorman) verbally committed to Oregon on Sunday. The 6-foot-8, 215 pound Carter chose the Ducks over offers from San Diego State, Utah, UNLV and USC.