Bishop Montgomery center Bradley Ezewiro (24) dunks at El Camino College in Torrance (Photo by Scott Varley, Daily Breeze/SCNG)

Coming from Torrance, California, you might expect a 'Mr. Sunshine', look-at-me flashy player on the hardwood. Instead, Bradley Ezewiro's game is the complete opposite. As he makes his way east to Oak Hill Academy in Virginia, Ezewiro is looking to put himself into position to make that next step to playing high level collegiate basketball. Though listed at 6 foot 8 inches and anywhere from 230 to 250 pounds on the recruiting sites, he actually stands at 6 foot 9 inches and 270 pounds. The strong, physical big man sat down with GTSwarm.com to fill us in on the latest with his recruitment.

Recently, Georgia Tech flew out to California for an in-home visit with Ezewiro and his family. Assistant coach Anthony Wilkins is leading the charge for the Yellow Jackets. With James Banks set to graduate, Ezewiro heard what every freshman loves to hear. “He told me that Coach Pastner wants me to come in and play and be effective right away,” states Ezewiro. “They told me how they can really use me and how their system fits me and is the best option.”

The three-star big man has visited LSU and Virginia Tech. He is setting up an official visit with New Mexico, working on setting one up with Arkansas, and planning on heading to The Flats for an official on a date still to be determined. Tennessee is also in the mix to receive a visit.

A visit to Georgia Tech would allow Bradley to get an up-close look at what the coaching staff is telling him. Ezewiro already knows a lot about the city. “I have been to Atlanta for EYBL and adidas last year, and I really love the city. They have a lot of culture.”

Ezewiro is being methodical and thorough in his recruitment and knows exactly what he is looking for. “The most important variable is playing time and a coach that will help me get to the NBA,” says Ezewiro. Just one look at Ezewiro’s film and you can tell he plays a tough style of basketball. He can also run the floor and plays with some touch. “I compare my playing style to Julius Randle,” states Ezewiro, “I just want to help my team win.”

Bradley Ezewiro is an impressive young man and is saying and doing all of the right things. If Tech can secure the visit to Atlanta, and with the huge need for a center in next year’s class, the Yellow Jackets could be in a good position for the Oak Hill product.