When the clock hit 12:01 AM Wednesday college basketball coaches across the nation can pick up a phone and give 2013 basketball prospects a phone call to being their official recruitment.
Oregon currently has two juniors on the roster for next season thus they can offer two scholarships for the 2013 class.
Oregon will likely be one of many colleges to give a phone call to start the recruiting process to the recruits below:
6-foot-7 small forward Jabari Bird out of Richmond, CA and Salesian High School.
Bird is one of the top wings on the west coast and is fighting for the top spot nationally.
A standout at the Pangos All-American Camp earlier this spring Bird is one of the select underclassman to attend the NBA Top 100 camp in Virginia this week.
Bird's AAU teammate on the Oakland Soldiers is 6-foot-7 power forward Aaron Gordon out of Archbishop Mitty in Oakland, CA.
Gordon is a ferocious big man down low who posses great strength and amazing leaping ability.
Gordon will see college programs from all over the country come after him and expect the Ducks to be one of the schools.
Perhaps the state of Oregon's top 2013 prospect is 6-foot-8 power forward Austin Dyer out of Central Catholic.
The Oregon product has already taken an un-official visit to the Oregon campus and has been high on the Ducks for some time now.
Dyer is seeing interest from other college programs in the Northwest but Oregon's been able to jump in first.
Former Oregon prep and now Nevada resident Nigel William-Goss will also most doubtly be a target Dana Altman and the Oregon staff target early.
The 6-foot-3 combo guard was committed to UNLV as a sophomore but decided to open things back up once a coaching change at UNLV happened.
William-Goss has already made it known the Ducks will be a player this time around and that an un-official visit as well this summer.
Southern California post Jordan Bell out of Long Beach Poly in Long Beach, CA is one of the fastest rising post players out west and the 6-foot-8 forward has already tabbed the Ducks as a favorite for his commitment.
Bell says the Ducks have been the program he's watched the most growing up and is planning on visiting the Oregon campus later this week when his AAU program is playing in Portland for a tournament.
Make sure to check out DuckTerritory.com throughout the spring and summer as we track and provide you the best basketball recruiting news out there.