There isn't a lot of quality size left in the class of 2014. Late Wednesday night, Oregon State landed one of the nation's top remaining big men.
After taking an official visit to Oregon State over the weekend, 6-foot-9 power forward Cameron Oliver from Sacramento (Calif.) High picked the Beavers over his other finalist Arizona State.
"Oregon State was just the right fit for me," Oliver told Rivals.com. "I can see myself making a big impact there.
"They have a great facility, outstanding players and coaches. I'm just ready to be a Beaver."
A little bit of an unknown on the national level, Oliver became a very heavily recruited post man during his senior season. A big time athlete who plays above the rim and pounds the glass, Oliver was able to shed the rust acquired from missing his junior season due to injury and have a big senior campaign.
Oliver can make jump hooks, is already fairly comfortable as a mid range jump shooter and he has the type of body that the Beavers strength coaches will be able to build up without him losing flexibility or bounce.
Oliver can sign when the late signing period begins on April 16th and he joins a class that includes three-star high school prospects Chai Baker, Isaiah Manderson and three-star junior college player Gary Payton II.
Eric Bossi is the national basketball recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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