Before arriving at Drake, Olejniczak averaged 14 points and seven rebounds per game in his Polish league, and averaged 7.5 points and 5.0 rebounds per game during the U-18 Division A European Championships this in the summer of 2015.
http://www.scout.com/college/california/story/1663888-ivan-rabb-weill-re... With the Bulldogs, Olejniczak hit 72.2% of his shots from the field, averaging 6.5 points and 4.1 rebounds, and would help bolster Cal's play down low, with centers Kameron Rooks and Kingsley Okoroh. Olejniczak is a natural runner and jumper, with a good eye for passing, and the ability to bring the ball out on the break. He pride himself on finishing around the rim. His footwork on defense is a bit raw, but given the fact that he would sit out a year, per NCAA transfer rules, that means Wyking Jones can get his hands on him.
Olejniczak's mother, Joana Chelczynska, played basketball professionally.
Cal currently has one scholarship open, with the graduations of Brenden Glapion and Tyrone Wallace, as well as the early NBA Draft declaration of freshman Jaylen Brown, with five-star freshman Ivan Rabb deciding to return for his sophomore season.
Another transfer possibility for the Bears is a bit closer to home, in San Francisco point guard Devin Watson. As a sophomore with the Dons, Watson averaged 20.3 points, 2.5 rebounds and 4.9 assists per game, and was the third-leading scorer in the West Coast Conference. Like Olejniczak, he would be eligible for the 2017-18 season, after the departure of Sam Singer.