If there was any one player who took advantage of the notoriety of this event, it was Oscar Tshweibe. Coaches from Top 25 programs were in the stands and major media outlets from around the country looking on, everyone left the games talking about Tshwiebe.

If you remember, Tshwiebe first made his name at the Virginia Top 80. There he matched up against the likes of Aamir Sims and Ejike Obinna and came away as the unanimous winner of the coveted Mr Top 80 award. After watching him in that prestigious event we wrote,''Oscar Tshiewebe is a man amongst men, he's one of the youngest players here and rebounding and dunking everything.'

In two games during this event Tshwiebe averaged 18 points, 12 boards, and 7 blocked shots per game. The majority of his points were scored at the rim, but no one could stop him. Even against highly rated players, 6'10' junior Immanuel Bates (carries 15+ offers) and 6'10' senior Brandon Huffman (committed to UNC), it was Tshwiebe who dominated the game and had everyone talking.

At this point in the game, Tshwiebe carries a lone offer from West Virginia. Despite being ranked 33rd in the 2019 class by 247Sports, Tshwiebe's recruitment is very quiet.

Tucked away in Grundy, Virginia Mountain Mission School sent kids to West Virginia, Arizona State, Washington, Pacific, Adams State, Utah State, and Pennsylvania. In total, last year alone, that is 6 players off to D1 schools and 1 to a D2 for the small school in the most rural part of Western Virginia. This team is just as loaded and it is Tshwiebe who is leading the way. This team is loaded and Tshwiebe is great.