Jamal Murray is on an official visit to Oregon, his father Roger told North Pole Hoops.
Previously, the young Canadian star visited Kentucky.
Oregon has been in the thick of things from the jump, with assistant Mike Mennenga having strong ties in the world of Canadian basketball.
The Ducks recently added fellow Canadians 6’10 forward Chris Boucher (Monreal, Quebec) & 6’2 point guard Dylan Ennis.
Murray is currently in the class of 2016, but could reclassify to 2015; Oregon would gladly take his signature in either class.
If the Ducks were to bring Murray into the fold for 2015, it would take the program to new heights in terms of national title contention.
From a Canadian standpoint, the Ducks would have 4 big time players from the North–all which bring something different to the table.
Canadian Fab 4 coming to Eugene?
With the loss of PAC-12 player of the Year Joe Young, Murray and Ennis would more than fill the void in the back court for the Ducks.
The Kitchener, Ontario guard has decisions to make. What program will he choose? Will he come out early?
Time will tell.
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