Ducks land future point guard

Last week in our Pac-12 breakdown, we wrote that Dominic Artis looked to be leaning towards Oregon.
Monday morning, Artis confirmed that he had committed to Dana Altman's program.
"I picked Oregon because coach Altman really knows his stuff," Artis told "I got to sit in on a practice on my visit and saw how hard he demanded his players to go and to compete in every drill."
Back in July, Artis committed to conference foe UCLA. After taking some time, Artis decided to open things up and found his way to Eugene.
A four-star prospect who currently ranks No. 52 nationally in the class of 2012 Rivals150, Artis is a creative floor general. He's stronger than people realize and can shoot the ball as well.
"I also like how cool the guys were on the team," said Artis. "Seemed like I would step into a place that had some great chemistry already.
"In all, it just seemed like a perfect fit for me and my style of play."
With Artis on board, the Ducks have landed players from the Oakland Soldiers in back to back years after landing Jabari Brown last year.