TightD: I would have to agree about the comparison of 2010 and 2011.
Only one that comes to mind is David Wagner, just because he has the size (and I'm not saying he's good just because of his size, I'm saying the size will give him an edge) Gonzaga perhaps?? (OLYNYK + WAGNER = SOUTH KAM REUNION??
Comparing to others vying for D1 Spots:
Billy Cheng, Ater Degal, Malcolm Williams, Zach Usherwood - probably not quick/athletic enough for their height.
Nakai Luyken - fairly athletic, not overly skilled
Daniel Edwards, Ranjodh Hare - athletic and great rebounders, but probably too small to play the same role in the NCAA
Bret MacDonald is not NCAA material but you can't deny that he is a great player. Watching Fox play against Centennial tonight without him (who they only beat by 13 or so) - Fox is a totally different team and doesn't even look half of what they did in recent contests (ie. the Beagle).
As for schools Gonzaga seems to be a popular choice among Canadians. Other than that, schools on the west coast are probably of interest (ie. Washington U, Cal, Oregon, etc.). And if you look at a few of last year's BC NCAA commits - Emerson Murray: Cal, Riley Barker: Portland - you will see they chose west coast schools as well.