Isaiah Manderson Signs NLI With Men’s Hoops

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CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State men’s basketball head coach Craig Robinson announced Thursday that Isaiah Manderson has signed a National Letter of Intent to join the program for the 2014-15 season.
“We are really excited to have Isaiah coming next year,” Robinson said. “He’s a big bodied kid; about 6-foot-10. He’s leaned out, he has good athleticism and he doesn’t have a lot of bad habits, so we have another great piece of clay we can mold into an Oregon State basketball player.”
Manderson, a 6-foot-10, 250-pound center from Oldsmare, Fla., attends Oldsmare Christian High School and is a four-star recruit according to, which describes him as a “a true center with great size good and a very good motor. He runs the floor very well for his size and can catch and finish on the move.
“Manderson can score in the low post with a nice variety of moves. He likes to attack the rim from both low blocks sweeping across the lane where he displayed touch and feel with either hand. Manderson has excellent footwork for such a young inside player. He also attacks to the point that he forces defenders to foul him. Manderson is a powerful rebounder. He goes and gets the ball with two hands on a consistent basis in his area.”
Click on the following YouTube link to watch highlights of Manderson:

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