ESPN 100 forward Semi Ojeleye to visit 

August, 27, 2012
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After learning last week that two of the nation's top high school basketball players would make official visits this fall, the Oregon basketball program received more good news when the Ducks were named to the top four of one of the elite small forwards in the country.

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Dave Telep/ESPN.comSemi Ojeleye has Duke, Indiana, Stanford and Oregon in his final four.
Being named among the favorites for both Aaron Gordon (San Jose, Calif./Archbishop Mitty) and Jabari Bird (Richmond, Calif./Salesian) was a big deal for the Ducks, but it was more surprising when four-star small forward Semi Ojeleye (Ottawa, Kan./Ottawa) named Oregon as the fourth school in his final group. The Ducks are the wild card as Duke, Indiana and Stanford have long been known as the leaders for the No. 9 small-forward in the ESPN 100.

Ojeleye unofficially visited Oregon and came away impressed with the facilities and the vision that Oregon coach Dana Altman has for him.
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