Duvivier makes late decision

Duvivier makes late decision

Oregon State badly needed a point guard to come in, in 2013 and they found a good one late.

This spring Toronto native Malcolm Duvivier has been on the AAU circuit with CIA Bounce, but soon he will have a different uniform. On the last day of the signing period Duvivier decided to go with Oregon State.

The plan was for Duvivier to be a member of the 2014 class, but the 6-foot-2 combo guard decided it was in his best interest to push up his college entrance by a year and picked the Beavers.

Duvivier is known as a tough kid who is capable of scoring, especially off the dribble going to the rim. Also is a very solid ball handler and someone who can run the show a little bit.

With the decision of Ahmad Starks to transfer from the program, Oregon State badly needed another ball handler who could come in and be a floor general, and they found that with Duvivier who signed his national letter of intent.

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