2020 Bishop Montgomery High School (California) center Bradley Ezewiro scooped up an offer from Oregon State on Wednesday, confirmed via his Twitter account. Ezewiro is now the 5th player that head coach Wayne Tinkle and his staff have offered in the 2020 class, joining fellow center Mitchell Saxen, swingmen Terren Frank and Addison Patterson, and guard Jabe Mullins.
Blessed to receive an offer from Oregon State University! pic.twitter.com/7u2sh4JjZc— Bradley Ezewiro (@BucketsBradley) July 17, 2019
Ezewiro is a 6’ 8”, 225-pound talent with a strong frame, who is ranked as a three-star prospect by Rivals. He currently holds offers from a bevy of schools including Cal Poly, Cal State Fullerton, Cal State Northridge, Cleveland State, Long Beach State, Montana, Montana State, Nevada, New Mexico, San Francisco, San Jose State, Southern Utah, TCU, Virginia Tech and Washington State.
While Oregon State may have been a bit late to get in the running for Ezewiro, the Beavers have a long-standing connection with Bishop Montgomery High School (thanks to the Thompson Brothers) and the California school has now become a regular stop on the recruiting trail for the program. Hopefully, head coach Wayne Tinkle and his staff have made enough of an impact on the rising prospect to make Ezewiro’s list of top schools, which is expected to be announced in the near future.
Top schools coming soon...— Bradley Ezewiro (@BucketsBradley) July 16, 2019