Dana Altman has done it again.
After seeing numerous players transfer out of the program, the Ducks have reloaded using the portal.
Former Syracuse forward and Third Team All-ACC selection Quincy Guerrier committed to the University of Oregon, he announced Thursday afternoon.
Oregon beat out Arizona State, Illinois, and Memphis for Guerrier's decision.
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"We are excited to bring Quincy into our program," said Altman. "He is a physical player and his versatility offensively will allow him to play a number of different positions for us. I also love what he'll give us defensively and on the boards. I think he has a very bright future and we're looking forward to working with him."
Last season, the 6'7" sophomore averaged 13.7 points and 8.4 rebounds per game on 49.3% shooting and 31.1% from three-point range.
Coming out of high school, Guerrier included Illinois and Oregon along with Syracuse in his final three before choosing the Orange.
Guerrirer joins Oklahoma transfer De’Vion Harmon and JUCO All-American Rivaldo Soares as the third player to transfer to Oregon this offseason, and he may not be the last. Oregon is also in talks with Rutgers guard Jacob Young, younger brother of Joe Young.
The Ducks also welcome incoming five-star center Nathan Bittle to the program.