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Oliver Faubert commits to Wyoming, joins Canadian pipeline

By Josh Millican, founder and scout at The Maple Minute

Oliver Faubert, a 6'10 prospect out of Fort Erie International Academy, has announced his commitment to the University of Wyoming. Faubert played his AAU basketball with Brookwood Elite on the Adidas 3SSB circuit this spring, where he showcased his versatility and athleticism as a big man.

Faubert is a top 10 Canadian prospect in the class of 2024, according to The Maple Minute rankings. He marks the third recruit from the 2024 Canadian recruiting class to join Wyoming, following Dominic Pangonis and Jacob Theodosiou. Theodosiou reclassified to the 2023 class to become a Cowboy one year earlier.

The Wyoming recruiting in Canada is spearheaded by assistant coach Ken DeWeese, who has established a strong connection with the Canadian basketball scene. The Cowboys have been bringing in talented players such as Hunter Maldonado, Kwane Marble II, and Graham Ike, who have all made an impact for the program.

I have been impressed with Oliver Faubert since first seeing him, the height and fluidity he possesses speak volumes to how his skill set will transition to the college level. He can score inside and out, rebound, and defend multiple positions. He has a high ceiling and a lot of potential to develop under coach Jeff Linder and his staff.

Faubert was also recognized by On3, being ranked 97 in the top 100 prospects in North America.

Faubert is expected to sign his letter of intent and join the Cowboys for the 2024-25 season.


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