The Ducks are coming off their first Elite Eight appearance since 2007, so expectations for next year's team will be sky high. Things are shaping out nicely, as many of Oregon's key players will be back next season as the Ducks are only losing Elgin Cook and Dwayne Benjamin. The rest, like Dillon Brooks, Jordan Bell and Chris Boucher, should all be back.
The Ducks could add another big man to join Chris Boucher in the paint. This weekend, 4-star power forward Kavell Bigby-Williams is set to visit Oregon. Bigby-Williams has already named Oregon his frontrunner and is ranked as the No. 1 power forward in the nation.
This year, Bigby-Williams averaged 16.8 points, 13.6 rebounds and 5.8 blocks per game at Gillette College in Wyoming. We have clearly seen the success Dana Altman has with transfers, including Chris Boucher, which has to be something that is appealing to Bigby-Williams.
As for the timetable? Bigby-Williams said its all about when it feels right and comfortable, but that he's hoping to make a decision soon.