“[I] wanted to stay and play for my state and I have a really good relationship with coach Altman,” Pritchard told Scout. How pivotal was it to stay home? “Pretty big,” he added. A 6-foot-1 guard, Pritchard is a crafty combination guard that is known for his ability to make shots from long distance. Pritchard is regarded as Scout’s No. 14 point guard and No. 62 overall player in the 2016 class. Pritchard is the second top 100 prospect to commit to Oregon in the class. He joins No. 42 overall recruit Keith Smith to make up their current class.
Four-star PG Payton Pritchard to Oregon
In the end, Payton Pritchard, a four-star point guard in the 2016 recruiting class, wanted to play college basketball close to home. On Friday, Pritchard, a standout at West Linn (Ore.) High, committed to Dana Altman and Oregon over interest Oklahoma, who was at one time committed to, Oregon, Michigan, Arizona State, California, Wisconsin, Villanova and others.
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