Jamil Wilson has had his announcement date set for quite some time. The 6-foot-6 forward let the world know his decision at a press conference Sunday afternoon.
After deliberating for months, Jamil Wilson
announced his college decision during a press conference at Racine (Wisc.) Horlick on Sunday.
The 6-foot-6, 200-pound combo forward waited until March 8th to make his announcement in remembrance of his mother, who passed on this date two years ago.
In front of a crowd of family and friends at his high school, Wilson announced that he'll attend college at Oregon next season.
Wilon, a four-star prospect, is a versatile prospect that has the abilty to play inside, but also attack from the wing. He's currently ranked No. 5 at the small forward spot and No. 35 overall.
The Ducks now hold three commitments in the 2009 class. Wilson joins a pair of three-stars prospects -- JUCO standout Jeremy Jacob and Medford (Ore.) South Medford product E.J. Singler.
Wilson also strongly considered Michigan State and Texas, before opting for Oregon.
Special thanks to Mark Miller for his contribution to this story.