The Oregon Ducks men's basketball program has a three-man 2023 recruiting class that is ranked No. 5 nationally.
That trio - five-star power forward Kwame Evans Jr., five's tar small forward Mookie Cook and four-star point guard Jackson Shelstad - ranks among the best in program history.
But Dana Altman and his coaching staff aren't done.
This weekend, Oregon is set to host Jesuit High School (California) five-star small forward Andrej Stojakovic, the son of former NBA star Peja Stojakovic, on an official visit.
The 6-foot-6, 185-pound sharpshooter is rated the nation's No. 19 overall prospect and No. 4 player at his position.
Stojakovic has previously announced a top six of Duke, Oregon, Stanford, Texas, UCLA and Virginia, and has already taken June official visits to Stanford and UCLA, as well as a trip to Texas last weekend:
With Stojakovic in the fold, Oregon's class would jump from No. 5 nationally to No. 2, jumping Iowa State, Kentucky and Michigan State and sitting behind only Duke, which has a five-man class consisting exclusively of five-star talent.
But that's far from certain and will take a big visit weekend to make happen - something Cook will try to help by making a trek to campus as well.