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Remy Ndiaye

Position SF Height 6-7 Weight 210 School Lake Forest Academy/JUCO Hometown Chicago Incoming Year 2012
Offered By Miami

Initially posted by NickSkin on 11/12/10 at 12:29 pm

Remy (or REMI) Ndiaye graduated from the Lake Forest Academy in Chicago and was originally a member of the class of 2010.  He will go JUCO.  Originally from Senegal and came to the United States in 2008 after spending three years in the SEEDS program.  SEEDS, which stands for Sports for Education and Economic Development in Senegal, was launched in 2003 to help teenage boys in Senegal improve their lives through education and basketball..
Highly athletic who is a work in progress. 

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Posted by mollautt at 2:21 pm

In high school, Remy was ranked #288 in the nation per Hoopscoop.  He started as a guard for the Senegal jr. National Team.


Posted by mollautt at 4:49 pm

Remy’s statistics so far with Palm Beach State College:  STATS

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