Fresh off a run to the Final Four, the Oregon Ducks men's basketball team is stockpiling talent in the 2017 recruiting class, highlighted by five-star point forward Troy Brown Jr. and a trio of four-star talents. However, after losing Tyler Dorsey, Dillon Brooks and Jordan Bell to the NBA draft, Dana Altman and company had a need for an impact wing. Until Sunday night, at least. According to CBS college basketball insider Jon Rothstein, New Mexico graduate transfer Elijah Brown committed to the Ducks late in the weekend. The 6-foot-4, 200-pound wing, who is the son of Golden State Warriors assistant coach Mike Brown, chose Oregon over fellow finalists Gonzaga, Iowa State, Northwestern and Saint Mary's.