CENTRAL POINT -- Crater's 6' 9" sophomore forward, Nathan Bittle, has only played one season of high school basketball, but he already has multiple Division 1 scholarship offers. Monday, he got yet another Power 5 offer with Oregon State extending a scholarship offer to him.
In his freshman season, Bittle started at forward for Crater as they finished fourth in the state, losing in the state semifinals, played on Oregon State's court. He showed the ability to shoot the three and stretch the floor, as well as play inside like a tradtional big man. Bittle also has countless other scholarship offers. Those include Oregon, Arizona, UCLA, USC, California, University of Portland and Tulane.
For more on Bittle and how ahead of the curve he really is, check out this story Newswatch 12 did on him back in January.
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