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Cory Osetkowski

Position C Height 6-10 Weight 250 School Canyon Crest Academy Hometown San Diego, California Incoming Year 2011
Offered By Columbia

Initially posted by mollautt on 02/07/11 at 12:07 pm

2011 PROSPECT:  Sprouted from 5'11" to 6'10" and 250 lbs. since he was in 8th grade.  He was averaging 19.6, 16 rebounds, and 6.8 blocks this year.  2 sport star (baseball ace).  Miami, Xavier, and Northwestern are recruiting him for baseball.  Sonoma State, West Point, and Columbia for basketball.  Whitman, Pomona-Pitzer and Cal Lutheran are willing to let him play both sports.  He is adamant about wanting to play both sports in college.  Last spring, in baseball, Osetkowski was 4-3 in 10 appearances (seven starts), with a 2.98 ERA. He struck out only 28 in 44 2/3 innings but walked just 11.    3.7 G.P.A.  Feature Story.  See also this Game Story that mentions Miami's recruitment where he had 19 points, 19 rebounds, and 4 blocks.  Another Feature StoryFullCourtPress.net wrote: 

Strong and physical power-forward rebounds with authority and is comfortable on the block.  Very good student.


Posted by mollautt at 12:32 am

Commits to Columbia.

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