Tyler Bilodeau, a 6’ 8” forward from Kamiakin High School in Washington and a member of the Washington Supreme AAU program, has picked up an offer from Oregon State according to a post on his Twitter account.
Bilodeau, a late-riser compared to some other prospects in the 2022 class, may be playing his way into Top 100 consideration nationally with his do-it-all ability, which includes an improving game away from the basket and on the defensive end. The native of Kennewick, Washington also has the bloodlines to excite any college coach with his mother being former WNBA player Cass Bauer-Bilodeau and his father being former NHL first-round pick Brent Bilodeau.
While at the moment, his offers don’t reflect his growing popularity with just Boise State, Montana State, Saint Louis and UC-Davis having offered, he’s expected to garner much more interest over the next few months and into his senior high school campaign.
At the moment, Bilodeau joins Lamar Washington, Alpha Chibambe, D.J. Jefferson, Justyn Fernandez, Duke Brennan and Dok Muordar on the list of recruits currently offered by Oregon State in the 2022 class. The Beavers have just one commit for the group in guard Cruz Davis.