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Wilson attends Junipero Serra High School in San Mateo, Calif., and is a four-start recruit by ESPN. He averaged 16.2 points, 10.4 rebounds and 1.5 blocked shots as a junior and played in the NorCal Clash All-Star Game. He was selected to the WCAL All-League Team as a sophomore and junior.
ESPN.com describes Wilson as:
“A big body power center with an offensive skill set. He loves to carve out space on the block and create space with his body for layups, hooks or shots around the paint. Wilson will set hard-nosed screens and gets physical with athletic forwards and centers. Wilson can also face up and knockdown the jump shot and has a good feel for double teams and cutters. Oregon State gets an early commitment from a big body, skilled power center in Jack Wilson. The Beavers get a solid decision maker on the block/ high post and a guy who can really carve out space for himself and his shooters.”
Wayne Tinkle on Jack Wilson:
“Jack committed to us a little over a year ago and is very excited about attending Oregon State. He’s a 7-footer and a big, strong body around the basket who attacks the glass on both ends. He can score down low, defend the rim and really likes to play physically, especially when he goes after rebounds. We are excited to get him into the fold next summer, as I know he’s chomping at the bit to get here. I feel like his future is very bright and will be someone who can help us right away.”
Wilson chose Oregon State because: “It feels like home and it’s an environment where I will be able to reach my potential. The coaching staff and players and all the other members of the OSU staff that I have encountered have been genuine, kind, down to earth people who I am honored to be working with and learning from during my college career.”