RECRUITING: Omaha Biliew stands out in McDonald’s All-American game practices

Over the weekend, Iowa State signee Omaha Biliew was tearing up McDonald’s All-American game workouts.

The five-star recruit continues to impress scouts as the country’s biggest high school all-star game (Tuesday, 8 p.m. CT ESPN) approaches.

In a report from On3 Sports, Biliew’s energy was brought up:

The energy from Omaha Biliew was apparent throughout the day. On both ends of the floor, Biliew was able to get production done using his frame and his explosive pop. Biliew’s defense was impressive. He has quick feet with good length and explosive pop. He was able to impose his will around the basket as well as move his feet around the perimeter.

Biliew made his bones on the offensive glass and out of the dunker spots with his aggressive mentality. He finished multiple dunks that caused the entire gym to perk up with excitement. He also looked comfortable taking the three. While he still has some work to do, the developments there are clear.

His performance continued on Sunday, where he was named as the defensive MVP of the session:

“In a setting where offensive play typically gets the headlines, it was Omaha Billiew’s ability to erase opportunities that stood out. The lengthy 6-foot-8 forward weighs 215 pounds and is blessed with a great deal of explosive pop. He can slide his feet at the point of attack, defending guards in the open floor. He can also bang with post players on the block, using his strong base to fight for position and his length to affect shots around the basket.

“On the offensive end of the floor, Biliew played within himself. The Iowa State signee gets high above the rim and aggressively hunts dunks in the half-court set.”

Biliew will be on the floor in the all-American game Tuesday.