Mike Boynton has hosted some heavy hitters in the 2023 class in recent days, but the heaviest of those hitters came Tuesday.
Omaha Biliew, the No. 2 player in the class, made an Instagram post that he was in Gallagher-Iba Arena on an unofficial visit. Biliew is a five-star recruit with a 247Sports composite grade of 0.9988, which would make him the No. 3 commitment in OSU’s history behind Cade Cunningham and Gerald Green.
He is a 6-foot-8, 200-pound power forward who played at Waukee High School in Iowa last year, but he has since transferred to Link Year Prep in Branson, Missouri. Fellow 2023 five-star Bryson Warren, who visited OSU this weekend, is also attending Link Year Prep this year. Biliew and Warren also played AAU ball together with Mokan Elite.
Biliew is a strong, athletic forward who often plays above the rim. He has shown an ability to expand his game to the 3-point line, but at his current competition level, he is a man among boys who scores at the rim effortlessly.
As the No. 2 player in his class, Biliew will have myriad options as to how and where he wants to continue his basketball career, but it’s obviously a good sign for Oklahoma State that the Cowboys got a visit. He has also made visits to Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas and Iowa State.
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