UK recruit Aaron Gordon has added Oregon back to his list of schools, according to Rivals.com analyst Eric Bossi.
Gordon confirmed the news Saturday on Twitter.
The 6-foot-8 power forward cut the Ducks — along with Kansas — from consideration in November, when he narrowed his choices to Kentucky, Arizona and Washington.
In an interview with the Herald-Leader in early January, ESPN recruiting analyst Dave Telep said he wasn’t high on Kentucky’s chances.
“They’re a long shot with Aaron Gordon at this point,” Telep said at the time. “He almost has Pac-12 tattooed to him.”
With Oregon back in the picture, the Cats have yet another Pac-12 program to contend with for the San Jose, Calif., native.
Gordon, who is ranked by Scout.com as the No. 6 prospect in the class, is not expected to make a decision until the spring.