Morgantown, West Virginia – According to multiple sources, including a report released moments ago by 247’s Inside the U, the University of Miami is interested in adding former West Virginia sophomore forward Oscar Tshiebwe.
Since leaving Morgantown, Tshiebwe has been in the Miami area but is not allowed to visit the university’s campus because it is currently the dead period.
Miami is currently last place in the ACC (4-4 overall and 0-3 in conference play) and Tshiebwe would be a huge addition for the Hurricanes. In ten games with the Mountaineers this season, Tshiebwe averaged 8.5 points and 7.8 rebounds per game.
When the dead period ends, it’s expected that Tshiebwe will sign with the Hurricanes. Tshiebwe will likely have three years of eligibility remaining and should be eligible to play for the team next season.