2008 Introduction: Tyrese Breshers

Tyrese Breshers, a 6-6 junior post prospect from Southern California, is a very intriguing player. His big body and long arms allow him to play bigger than his height and he has several high major programs recruiting him...

Tyrese Breshers, 6-6 JR PF/C Los Angeles (Calif.) Price, is one of the best "unknown" prospects in the west for 2008. Breshers is a bit undersized for a post player, but his big body and long arms allow him to play much bigger than you'd think. He's got soft hand, great feet and he's very quick off the floor. He's an exceptional shot-blocker and has the potential to become an excellent low-post scorer.

We spoke with Breshers recently and asked about the schools he's been hearing from lately.

"Washington State, Miami, TCU, Iowa State, New Mexico, New Mexico State, Washington and Nebraska," said Breshers.

When questioned about offers, Breshers said "Washington State and Miami have offered."

Breshers has yet to set up any official visits. We asked if he has any schools in mind that he'd like to visit.

"I'd like to visit Washington State and Miami for sure," said Breshers.

Breshers said he hasn't really given much thought to his recruitment, so he was unsure about the issues that will affect his decision. He told us three schools are currently leading for him.

"Washington State, Miami and New Mexico are the top three right now," said Breshers.

Breshers said he doesn't see himself making a decision anytime soon.

"I'll probably decide after the summer," said Breshers.

Breshers told us he has a 3.5 GPA.

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