It's been a wild and busy June for Lök Wur.
The Papillion-La Vista South graduate can now catch his breath.
Wur, who received a slew of Division I offers in recent weeks, announced his commitment to Oregon men's basketball Sunday.
Wur's announcement caps quite a month. He originally signed to attend junior college at Eastern Florida State. But on June 8, Wur was cleared academically to attend Division I schools, and immediately became one of the most sought-after prospects late in the 2019 recruiting cycle.
The 6-foot-9 Super-Stater immediately received a flood of Division I offers. Omaha, Washington State, Nevada, DePaul, Kansas State, Rutgers and Texas A&M were among the first to offer.
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Creighton, Iowa, Oregon and Virginia Tech soon followed, and Wur also was receiving interest from Kansas and UCLA.
Wur's finalists were Creighton, Hawaii, Oregon, Texas A&M and Virginia Tech. He made an unofficial visit to Eugene, Oregon, this weekend.
Wur will play for Dana Altman, who led the Ducks to the Elite Eight in 2016, the Final Four in 2017 and the Sweet 16 in 2019.
Wur averaged 20.8 points and 10 rebounds and 2.5 blocks per game in his final season at Papio South. He scored 25 points or more 12 times.
At 6-9, Wur brings height the court and can finish at the rim but is also a strong ball-handler.