Andrej Stojakovic is down to four schools in his recruitment.

The 5-star wing and son of former NBA sharpshooter Peja Stojakovic announced his final four on Wednesday, eliminating Duke and Virginia from his list of suitors. The final four teams left standing: Oregon, UCLA, Stanford, and Texas.

Stojakovic took his official visit to Oregon for the BYU game the weekend of Sept. 17. He took official visits to UCLA and Stanford earlier this summer. Texas hosted him the weekend of Sept. 10.

The 6-foot-6, 185-pound small forward out of Carmichael (Calif.) Jesuit told 247Sports Travis Branham he also intends to take unofficials to Stanford this weekend and UCLA the following weekend. He told Branham he was blown away by Oregon’s facilities, that he’s being recruited the hardest by Stanford, and that UCLA has the close-to-home angle working in its favor.

He is hoping to announce his commitment before the early signing period begins on Nov. 9, per Branham.

Stojakovic ranks as the 21st overall recruit in the 2023 class, the fourth-best wing, and the fifth-best prospect from the state of California. UCLA has a pair of 4-star forwards committed in the class. Stanford’s lone commitment comes from 5-star combo guard Kanaan Carlyle. Oregon is working on a top-10 class, with commitments from 5-stars Kwame Evans Jr. and Mookie Cook as well as 4-star point guard Jackson Shelstad.