Earlier this week, Oklahoma State Basketball offered a pair of power forwards for the 2019 class. Isaiah Stewart out of McQuaid Jesuit HS in Rochester NY and Oscar Tshiebwe from Mountain Mission School in Grundy Virginia.
Isaiah, 6-8, 235 lbs and Oscar, 6-8, 245 lbs, could definitely be a couple of bangers down low for the Cowboys if they decided to come and play for Coach Boynton and company. Here's what Scout's Evan Daniels had to say about Tshiebwe, "2019 post player Oscar Tshiebwe was tough for opposing players to deal with all day at the Next Up camp. Standing 6-foot-8, Tshiebwe has a strong, developed frame and is physical player. Tshiebwe was active on the backboard, owning his area and going out of it to grab rebounds. He played with energy, consistently ran the floor, cleaned up misses for easy points and finished well with his right hand from close range."
Stewart, No. 38 in Scout's 100, is listed on multiple sites as either a PF, or a center. at 6-8, for me would be a PF, but as he's only going into his junior season, there's definite room to grow.
Here's what Scout's Brian Snow had to say about Stewart, "There is just no doubt that Isaiah Stewart is a tough and hard playing big. Though he is one of the youngest prospects in his class, Stewart is already one of the most physically imposing. Stewart right now is mostly a rebounder and defender, but the offensive game continues to come around. He can score with a right hand hook, and of off offensive rebounds mostly. On defense he is an excellent position defender who does early work to keep his man out of the paint and then always grabs the defensive board. It is tough to imagine that Stewart doesn't end up as one of the most heavily recruited prospects in the class of 2019"