Mike Moser to Oregon; Allerik Freeman to Baylor

A pair of former Bruins found new homes today.

Most notable in the Pac-12 landscape is Mike Moser, who reportedly committed to Oregon as a graduate transfer out of UNLV. The 6-foot-8 forward played less than five minutes per game at UCLA in 2009-10 before heading to Las Vegas. With the Runnin’ Rebels, he averaged 14 points and 10.5 rebounds as a sophomore before a disappointing junior year — one that saw his minutes reduced due to both injury and the role of star freshman Anthony Bennett.

Moser will graduate from UNLV and play immediately for the Ducks, who lost three seniors from their Pac-12 tournament-winning squad. He also considered Gonzaga and Washington.

Freshman guard Allerik Freeman, who signed a national letter of intent with UCLA in November, is heading to Baylor after being released from his commitment two weeks ago. Freeman was the highest-ranked uncommitted recruit after No. 1 prospect Andrew Wiggins.

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  • Both want to play for a winner. We are SORRY with Alford, unless there is a rape.

    • drakejr

      Boring troll is boring.

    • Hogsman

      Joe, I’ve found your comments to be occasionally amusing, but this one was truly classless, even for a Trojan troll.

      • Quit calling me a Trojan Hog boy. I’m as Powder Blue as YOU.

        • maze949

          You’re even a drunk joke on the trOJan boards–no one wants to claim you! Hahaha…pobrecito.

    • Sam C

      Usually ignore your negative nonsense blow but you are getting more idiotic with time. How appropriate and ironic it is that we need to wrap a trojan on you to keep you from continuing to infect this blog

  • Sam C

    Hi jack, i think I read you were going to be around Coach Alford this week. What’s he up to, finding someone for those last two schollies we have left i hope? Maybe that seven foot center Alex Kirk from UNM coming over ?