Ranked No. 4 in the ESPN.com Class of 2018 rankings, Bol Bol was named the MVP of the Nike EYBL regular season after averaging 24.1 points, 10 rebounds and 4.5 blocks while shooting 49 percent from deep and leading his team to a 13-3 record. “Here’s what I know,” he wrote in The Players’ Tribune. “I know my dad would want me to represent my family well. I know he would want me to pursue my interests outside of basketball, like music, fashion and eventually, the humanitarian work that he began in Sudan.
The wait is over! #GoDucks possess No. 1 recruiting class in nation #Classof2018 pic.twitter.com/xLASExaCkg— Quack Addict (@TheQuackFiend) November 21, 2017
“Most of all, I know he’d want me to be my own person. “I have a lot of friends and family who care about me, and some of them have had advice about where I should go. One thing I take pride in is making sure I make my own decisions in life. “So with that, I should probably just tell you where I’m going instead of dragging it out. “Next year, I’ll be an Oregon Duck. Bol had previously listed Arizona and USC among his possible landing spots, but both schools had assistant coaches arrested in the FBI scandal.
7-foot-2 Bol Bol just committed to Oregon.Here’s a little of what they can expect from him: pic.twitter.com/4fqa1RWLeL — ESPN (@espn) November 21, 2017
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