California wing picks Oregon State

All along, Langston Morris-Walker knew that he'd be able to pull the trigger on a commitment once he got the right feeling.
Following a visit to Oregon State, the 6-foot-5 wing from Berkeley (Calif.) High had that feeling. So, he committed to the Beavers rather than waste anybody else's time.
"After coming back from my visit yesterday morning everything just felt right," Morris-Walker told "I didn't want to commit on my visit because I wanted to make sure but everything was great.
"My dream was always to play in the Pac-12 and I got the opportunity to do it, I had to jump on it."
The senior also spoke glowingly about Beavers head coach Craig Robinson.
"Coach Robinson is a high character guy," Morris-Walker said. "He's the kind of guy that I want to be around for four years."
Tough and versatile, Morris-Walker is a sneaky athlete and good shooter from deep. He can play either the two or the three, and feels as if he can help out from the moment he gets on campus.
"I feel like I can come in right away and make an immediate impact," Morris-Walker said. "They have a two-guard from my area in Jared Cunningham that I've always looked up to and I can't wait to play with him for a year and learn everything that I can from him."
A three-star prospect who currently ranks No. 146 nationally in the class of 2012, Morris-Walker joins a class that already includes three-star combo forward Jarmal Reid and three-star big man Maika Ostling.