According to a report from SBLive’s Andrew Nemec, 5-star wing Andrej Stojakovic, the son of former NBA star Peja Stojakovic, will be in Eugene on an official visit this weekend.

The Carmichael (Calif.) Jesuit scorer announced a final six at the end of July that included Oregon alongside UCLA, Stanford, Duke, Virginia, and Texas. He took officials to Stanford and UCLA in June, then was in Austin last weekend for an official visit to see the Longhorns.

A 6-foot-6, 185-pounder, Stojakovic is an elite scorer, putting up over 25 points a game as a junior while shooting the 3-ball at a 40% clip — must run in the family. He also averaged 9.3 rebounds, 1.5 assists, and 1.4 steals a game in 26 appearances.

Per the industry-generated 247 Composite, he ranks as the 21st overall recruit in the class, the fourth-best small forward, and the fifth-best recruit from the state of California. UCLA is considered the leader in his recruitment, but perhaps Oregon can make up ground this weekend.

Stojakovic will be joined on the sidelines by 5-star wing and Oregon commit Mookie Cook.

Cook is part of a top-five class Oregon coach Dana Altman has put together in the 2023 cycle. The Ducks also have known commitments from 5-star forward Kwame Evans Jr. and 4-star point guard Jackson Shelstad. Getting Stojakovic to join the fold would give the Ducks the second-best class in the country.

Oregon’s top-25 matchup with BYU is shaping up to be a big weekend for the Ducks on a number of fronts.