With Cal's recruiting class for this season down to one person in Don Coleman, the Bears are in need of transfers in the worst way for this season or the next. Columbia guard Grant Mullins is one potential immediate replacement who could be ready to go this year. Arkansas guard Jimmy Whitt could be a longer-term solution for instant impact.
Tulane Green Wave forward Dylan Osetkowski is the next potential transfer target in line for the Bears. Arizona, Tennessee, Alabama and Nevada are other schools that have been in touch, via Jeff Borzello, as have others.
Tulane transfer Dylan Osetkowski has heard from Texas, Nebraska, Mississippi State, Colorado State and others. 6-foot-9, two years left.— Jeff Borzello (@jeffborzello) March 23, 2016
Hailing from San Juan Capistrano, Osetkowski has two years left to play in college. At 6'9 and 255 pounds, Osetkowski averaged 11.3 points and 8.3 rebounds per game on 43.8% field goal shooting his sophomore season in 32.4 minutes of action per game. Osetkowski was good at avoiding foul contact in Tulane (2.2 fouls per game is pretty average for a big man).
What are your thoughts on Osetkowski as a transfer possibility for the Bears?