#Pac12Hoops: Chol Marial Joins Oregon State

CORVALLIS – Oregon State head coach Wayne Tinkle and his staff announced Monday the addition of Chol Marial who signed a Financial Aid Agreement to join the Beaver basketball program beginning with the 2021-22 season.

Marial, a 7-foot-2 center from Rumbek, South Sudan, joins 6-foot-3 guard Dashawn Davis and 6-foot-8 forward Ahmad Rand in the class of 2021-22.

“We are really excited with the addition of Chol to our program,” Tinkle said. “He’s a high-character kid who brings great length and athleticism. He’ll be able to contribute at both ends. He can step out and shoot the 3 and is very good around the basket. Defensively, with his 7-foot-8 wingspan, he is going to be great at protecting the rim and helping control the boards. He’ll really add depth to our post positions.

“Due to some injuries he sustained his junior and senior years of high school, his playing time at Maryland was limited as he rehabbed through those. He’s now at 100 percent and we expect him to compete at the level he did in high school.”

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Marial played the last two seasons at the University of Maryland. He appeared in 12 games as a true freshman in 2019-20 and 18 games, with one start, in 2020-21. During his freshman season he totaled 10 points, 19 rebounds and five blocks in 68 minutes of action and helped Maryland win the Big Ten Championship.

Prior to Maryland, Marial attended Arizona Compass Prep and was a four-star recruit by ESPN and Rivals after averaging 14 points, 13 rebounds and eight blocked shots per game. He was rated as the No. 2 player in the state of Arizona and No. 58 nationally by ESPN.

Marial, who started playing basketball when he was 12-years-old, has 16 brothers and sisters and grew up on a farm where his family raises its own cattle. He is the cousin of Detroit Pistons center Thon Maker.