5-Star Shooting Guard JaQuan Lyle to Choose From Memphis, Oklahoma State, and Oregon on Wednesday

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Oregon is in the mix for the five star combo guard from West Virginia

Five star shooting guard JaQuan Lyle announced on Twitter Saturday afternoon that he would choose from Oregon, Memphis, and Oklahoma State.

Lyle is expected to announce his decision this Wednesday. He is a 6'5, 214 lbs shooting guard from Huntington West Virginia who can play both point and shooting guard and is the best 2014 prospect left in his class. Oregon has been quietly in the conversation for some time and is a legitimate threat following news that Kansas is no longer recruiting him.

CityLeagueHoops.net had this to say about Lyle last week:

One of the more versatile players in the class, this Huntington Prep guard can do a bit of everything on the court. He has the size to play either guard position, can post smaller defenders, and uses his height to see over the top of most guards. The Evansville native can keep the defense honest with his ability to shoot it from deep and has the physical strength to be a potential bull guarding the ball.

You can watch Lyle's highlight mixtape below:

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