There has been some news that trickled out regarding the recruitment of UNLV junior Mike Moser. The 6-foot-8 power forward has now wrapped up his official visits to Oregon, Washington, and Gonzaga and now word is leaking out things could be wrapping up.
Could Mike Moser replace Arsalan Kazemi at Oregon next year? We shall find out in a matter of days.
Jon Rothstein of CBS New York says he has been informed that Moser's decision could be announced by the end of this week.
Moser's AAU coach and mentor Kumbeno Memory confirmed to DuckTerritory.com that his decision is starting to take shape.
"Yes, I think he will make a decision this weekend or early next week," says Memory. "All three schools are still even in his mind."
Moser spoke to Adam Zagoria and told him "It's definitely a tough decision."
Moser told Adam Zagoria that you can't ignore Gonzaga's track record of making the NCAA Tournament, Washington's returning talent, and the improvement Oregon has made in three years are things that stand out about each school.
"But all in all, these three schools have three amazing elite coaches. I don’t think anyone can argue that," Moser told Adam Zagoria.
Moser visited Oregon two weekends ago and was hosted by former Oregon prep and Oregon senior E.J. Singler while also spending time with Oregon head coach Dana Altman. Memory told DuckTerritory.com following that visit Oregon's plan of using Moser as a hybrid forward was the most attractive aspect of his trip.