This Type of Machismo Translates in EVERY Language
6'8 2019 Oscar Tshiewebe
By Jamie Shaw

He's from the Congo, he speaks French, and he has only been in the United States for less than 6 months. However, he has quickly established himself as one of the most dominating forces in the ENITE 2019 class.

It all started during his performance at the prestigious Virginia Top 80. Phenom Hoops National Analyst Jamie Shaw wrote,''Oscar Tshiewebe is a man amongst men, he's one of the youngest players here and rebounding and dunking everything.'

Tshiewebe went on to win the coveted Mr Top 80 award. Mind you, this camp had a gym full of Top 100 ranked players, many who had Power 5 offers, and so many big, strong and athletic bigs. However, as one of the youngest kids in camp, it was Tshiewebe who walked away as the best of the lot.

Despite an obvious language barrier (at this point), Tshiewebe'faced Arizona State signee Jethro Tshisumpa every day in practice. That type of machismo translates in every language. This previous weekend, no one could do anything with him, as Tshiewebe was able to do what he wanted to on the floor.

Even in the Semi Finals loss to New Heights, Tshiewebe was the best player on the floor. He doesn't just dunk the ball, he puts would be defenders in the rim. He doesn't just rebound the ball, he snatches it with 2 hands ready to outlet. In that Semi Final game, Tshiewebe went for over 20 and 10, which is the norm for him.

Track him, watch him, and love him. He will only get better.