Its been a quiet off-season in Eugene, where, following a Sweet 16 run, Oregon has lost some players to graduation and transfer, but had no major additions.
At least until Friday night.
Thats because late on the East Coast, former Oklahoma starting guard De'Vion Harmon committed to Oregon. Harmon was a key piece on the Sooners' NCAA Tournament team last season, averaging just under 13 points per game. He immediately brings veteran experience and savvy to a Ducks' backcourt that lost Chris Duarte and LJ Figueroa to graduation this off-season.