By Evan Daniels (scout.com)
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.