Posted On: 05/25/19 7:00 AM

As we near the end of May and the finish of the spring AAU season, current and former Oregon prep basketball players continue to make decisions on their collegiate futures. Here’s a recap of the news from the past couple of weeks.

College Commitments

Justin Bieker (2019 Jesuit) to San Francisco - There were options at various levels but Bieker's goal at the outset was to find at least a walk-on opportunity at a West Coast Conference school and he found just that at San Francisco. The reason the lanky 6-foot-5 swingman chose the Dons over a similar opportunity at Loyola Marymount was the fact that he was guaranteed a scholarship at USF after walking on first. The first team 6A All-State and All-Tournament Team member is the first from Jesuit's title team to move on to the Division I level.

Josh Angle (2019 Lake Oswego) to Claremont-McKenna - After investigating the option of going to prep school for a year, Angle decided on the Division III program that suited him the best both on and off the court in Claremont-McKenna. The 6-foot-2 guard had entered the year hoping to attract the attention of an Ivy League school,

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