Oregon St. Adds A Late 2014-15 Hoop Recruit

Cameron Oliver is coming on to Oregon St. late in the recruiting process, after suffering an ACL injury earlier this past season.

Oregon St. has received a commit for the 2014-15 men's basketball season from 6'8", 255 lb. power forward Cameron Oliver.

Oliver is a 3 star prospect according to both Rivals and Scout.

Oliver is from Grant High in Sacramento, CA. He slipped out of the recruiting process for a lot of teams after suffering an ACL injury that limited him to only 11 games this past season. During those games, Oliver averaged 21.5 points.

Here's a look at his highlight video:

Oliver chose Oregon St. over offers from Arizona St. and Oregon of the Pac-12, as well as San Jose St. and Pepperdine.

Oliver can't actually sign an LOI until during the late signing season, which begins April 16, and runs until May 1.

The Beavers only have 3 scholarships available, and 3 players, Gary Payton Jr., Isaiah Manderson, and Chai Baker committed to them, so by making an offer, it implies head Coach Craig Robinson is anticipating either the departure of another player (Eric Moreland rumors, anyone?), OR possibly having Oliver actually delay entry, should additional rehab time be necessary.

Andy_Wooldridge@yahoo.com

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