Future Ducks to Compete in McDonald's All-American Game


Future Oregon Men's Basketball players Bol Bol and Louis King have been invited to play in the prestigious McDonald's All-American game, which takes place in Atlanta on March 28. 

The annual star-studded showcase brings together most of the nation's top-ranked high school basketball stars. While Duke and Kansas lead the charge with three recruits set to play, Oregon ranks second (along with Vanderbilt and Kentucky) with Bol and King ready to show off their skills.


Dana Altman's recruiting class is widely considered a top-five class nationally, and the top recruiting class in the Pac-12. Bol and King are five-star recruits and two of the strongest incoming Ducks in program history. Add in four-star recruits in Will Richardson and Miles Norris, and the future looks bright. 

Even more intriguing is that Altman and his staff could very well get an additional one or two five or four-star commits in the coming weeks. While the early signing period is long past, the regular signing period begins on April 11. Keep an eye on additional verbal commitments coming in the next month, especially at the McDonald's All-American game. 

Additional Links: Full McDonald's All-American Roster | ESPN McDonald's All-American Article