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Charles Bassey: The Nigerian “Freak”

Charles Bassey, The Nigerian Freak is the real deal, he stands 6'10" tall with all the qualities of a phenom basketball player, the rising junior has impressed every basketball pundit with his play. He is currently the number two player in the ESPN Top 100 rankings in the 2019 class, very athletic, runs the floor like a gezel, great transition player, can start the break off a rebound, pushes the ball well due to his magnificent ball handles, great offensive footwork, have the skill set of a small forward in a big mans body, can stroke it from mid and long range, good lateral quickness, changes speed and direction very well with the ball, can play with his back to the basket as well as facing up his man, quick first step to the basket, good soft hands, finishes tremendously well around the basket with both hands, can finish through contacts, plays above the rim, dunks everything around the basket, he is a mismatch ready to happen every time he steps on the court, defensively he is magnificent, can defend multiple positions, can stay in front of guard, he is a rim protector, changes a lot of shots, decent first, second and third jumps to block shots, doesn't fall for pump fakes that much, he is relentless on both ends of glass. Charles is an RHI alum, he attended RHI basketball camps in Nigeria for a couple years before coming to the US two and a half years ago, he has a great work ethic, a gym rat, always working on his craft, the basketball world has to watch out for this kid because the sky is the limit for him, He is a definite high major one and done prospect.

Click on these links to see Charle’s high school highlights. Videos will open in a new browser window.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZCdiVW7JxY

http://espn.go.com/college-sports/basketball/recruiting/player/_/id/176113/udoka-azubuike

http://nbadraft.net/players/udoka-azubuike

They Got Next

Below are a few of the talented young international basketball prospects RHI has placed in high schools recently. They are definitely contributing to their hoops programs.

Precious Achiuwa

6'8” / 205lbs / Saint Benedict's High school, Newark New Jersey/ Sophomore

Precious is a product of Radarhoops basketball comps in Nigeria, He came to the US when he was 13 years old. He is the number 20th player on the ESPN Top 100 sophomore class rankings, He is long, very athletic, very versatile player, a slasher, good handles for his size, gets in the lane, attacks the basket with reckless abandone, plays above the rim, good hands, good finisher around the basket, finishes through contact, has a tremendously high motor, cerebral skills sets, can stroke it from long range as well as middle range, okay creating his own shot...needs to be able to put it on the floor 3 or 4 times attacking the basket, can defend multiple positions, his ability to switch on a big to guard screen and being ables to defend point guard is a big plus for him, great on ball defender, plays the passing lane very well, gets his hands on a lot of balls, good lateral speed, does a great job on both ends of the glass, rebounds out of his area, gets after rebounds, currently making a lot of noise in his class nation wide. He is one to keep an eye on right now, A big time high major prospect!

Chukwunonso Ikediashi Precious

6'7" / 212lbs / Hudson Catholic Regional High School, New Jersey, NJ / Class of 2018

Precious is an athletic combo forward with big time work ethic, has multiple sets, he is from Nigeria and came to this country as a freshman, he is very athletic with long arms, runs the floor very well, good handles with both hands, good quickness, changes speed very well, has a long range jumper, uses the screens very well to get off his shots, he is a miss match nightmare, posts up smaller players and takes bigger player outside and work them inside from the perimeter, decent mid range game, defends multiple positions, great on ball defender, plays the passing lane very well, get his hands on a lot of balls, rebounds very well on both ends, good ball pursuit. Keep your eyes of Precious, he is developing really fast.

Emmanuel Amaris Umoffia

7’0” / 230 lbs / Score Academy, Florida / Class of 2018

You can never teach being very tall, this is what Emmanuel got going for him, he is long and runs the floor very well for a big, good fundamentals around the basket, his post skill set is very good, has a go to move and the counter, he does have a little bit of a heavy feet just like most footers but he compensates for it with his offensive skill set, he is a shot blocker, changes a lot shots in the paint, rebounds the ball very well, needs to work on rebounding more outside his area. A definite follow coaches!

 

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African Players in U.S. Colleges

Updated April 2013

Below is a list of players from African nations currently attending colleges in the United States.

FIRST NAME LAST NAME HT WT YR POS COLLEGE COUNTRY
Adeoye Aaron 6'6" 253 SO Forward Ball State Nigeria
Kwasi Abakah 6'8" 193 FR Forward Northeastern Ghana
Moustafa Abdel Latif 6'8" 230 JR Forward Sacred Heart Egypt
Mohamed Abdulihi 6'0" 175 FR Guard N.C. A&T Nigeria
God'gift Achiuwa 6'8" 233 R-SHIRT Forward Saint John's Nigeria
Yakoubou Achraf 6'4" 210 SO Guard Villanova Mali
Arnold William Adala Moto 6'6" 225 FR Forward Wake Forest Cameroon
Adams Adamu 6'1" 170 JR Guard South Carolina State Senegal
Ammed Adbdul 6'10" 250 JR Center CSU Bakersfield Nigeria
Emmanuel Addo 6'7" 220 JR C/Forward Northern Colorado Ghana
Niwayo Adjei 6'1" 180 FR Guard Cappin State Nigeria
Wesley Afolayan 6'7" 225 FR Forward Prairie View Nigeria
Femi Akinpetide 6'6" 230 SR Forward Sacred Heart Nigeria
Teeng Akol 6'11" 220 SR F/Center Western Kentucky Sudan
Raphael Akpejiori 6'10" 236 JR Forward University of Miami Nigeria
Eso Akunne 6'2" 225 SR Guard Michigan Nigeria
Ekene Anachebe 6'9" 265 FR Center Old Dominium Nigeria
O.D Anosike 6'8" 241 SR Forward Siena Nigeria
Ebuka Anyaorah 6'4" 194 SR Guard N.C. Central Nigeria
Kene Anyigbo 6'5" 250 JR Forward Western Kentucky Nigeria
Miles Asafo Adjei 6'2" 168 SR Guard Cornell Nigeria
Yannick Atanga 6'8" 225 SO Forward Santa Clara Cameroon
Ice Atsortse 6'7" 230 JR Forward Stephen S. Austin Nigeria
Rich Audu 6'3" 194 FR Guard Siena Nigeria
Moses Ayegba 6'9" 250 JR Forward Georgetown Nigeria
Aina Babaji 6'2" 180 FR Guard Prairie View Nigeria
Diagne Badou 6'7" 212 FR Forward Coastal Carolina Senegal
Bak Bak 6'9" 240 SR Center California Sudan
Adjehi Baru 6'9" 225 SO Forward Charleston Ivory Coast
Dominique Behohn-Tolly 6'6" 210 SR Forward N.C. A&T Cameroon
Daouda Berete 6'4" 175 FR Guard Central Arkansas Guinea
Spencer Boateng 5'9" 160 SO Guard Iona Ghana
Kareem Canty 6'1" 180 FR Guard Marshall University Nigeria
Fall Cheick Alioun 6'9" 250 JR Forward Nevada Senegal
Emmanuel Chibuogwu Jr. 6'6" 185 FR Guard University of Seattle Nigeria
Kevin Chuisseu 6'8" 230 FR Forward Furman Cameroon
Mamadou Datt 6'9" 215 SO Forward Duquesne Senegal
Deng Deng 6'6" 176 FR Guard Long Beach State Sudan
Gorgui Dieng 6'11" 245 JR Center Louisville Senegal
Shola Diop 6'9" 230 SR F/Center Winthrop Sudan
Tidjane Diop 6'8" 240 SR Forward University of Seattle Sudan
Alioune Diuof 6'5" 220 SR Guard James Madison Mali
Ibby Djimde 6'8" 245 SO F/Center Illinois Mali
London Dokubo 6'0" 165 SO Guard Loyola Chicago Nigeria
Ousmane Drame 6'9" 225 SO Forward Quinnipiac
Ronnel Ebaekobe 6'4" 190 FR Forward C.S. U. Fullerton Nigeria
Osas Ebomwonyi 6'11" 220 JR Forward Lamar Nigeria
Luarence Edo 7'1" 220 FR Center Princeton Nigeria
Egheosa Edomyonyi 6'7" 235 JR Forward Elon Nigeria
Deji Egbeyemi 6'4" 205 JR Guard LMU Nigeria
Nnanna Egwu 6'11" 235 SO F/Center Illinois Nigeria
Paul Egwuonwu 6'9" 225 JR Center Montana State Nigeria
Ephriam Ekanem 6'7" 230 SR Forward Northern Arizona Nigeria
Reginald Ekeanyanwu 6'2" 165 FR Guard Md Eastern Shore Nigeria
Ndiaguene El Hadji 6'10" 245 JR Center Coastal Carolina Senegal
Obi Emegano 6'4" 215 SO Forward Oral Roberts Nigeria
Chuka Enah 6'7" 195 FR Guard Florida A&M Nigeria
Maxie Esho 6'8" 205 SO Forward UMass Nigeria
Sean Ezeamama 6'2" 210 SO Guard Canisius Nigeria
Francis Ezeiru 6'10" 240 JR Center Md Eastern Shore Nigeria
Nnamdi Ezenwa 6"6" 204 SR Forward Idaho State Nigeria
Michael Fabiyi 6'3" 180 SO Guard Florida A&M Nigeria
Balamou Felix 6'4" 188 FR Guard Saint John's Guinea
Naofall Folahan 6'11" 215 JR Center Wagner Benin
Tsafack Hyppolyte 6'8" 235 SO Forward Memphis University Cameroon
Prince Ibeh 6'10" 245 FR F/Center Texas Nigeria
Deji Ibitayo 6'3" 205 SO Guard Akron Nigeria
Ife Ike 6'7" 215 SO Forward LA Monroe Nigeria
Valentine Izundu 6'10" 215 FR Center University Of Houston Nigeria
Karamo Jawara 6'8" 220 SO Forward N.C. Central Ivory Coast
Tonye Jekiri 7'0" 227 FR Center University of Miami Nigeria
Vander Joaqium 6'10" 245 SR Center Hawaii Angola
Peter Jurkin 7'0" 230 FR Center Indiana Sudan
Myck Kabongo 6'1" 180 SO Guard Texas Congo
Christian Kabongo 6"4" 200 JR Guard Morgan State Congo
Kenny Kadji 6'11" 242 SR Forward University of Miami Cameroon
Jean Paul Kambola 6'9" 240 SO Forward Marshall University
Femi Kannike 6'0" 185 JR Guard LMU Nigeria
Abdulwali Kasim 6'7" 240 SO Forward Deleware State Nigeria
Baye Kiata 6'10" 215 JR Center Syracuse Senegal
Brice Kofane 6'8" 205 SO Forward Providence Cameroon
Mohamed Koita 6'4" 195 SR Guard Manhattan Mali
Yasin Kolo 6'10" 250 FR Center East Carolina Nigeria
Moussa Kone 6'7" 220 SO Forward Hofstra Nigeria
Olatunji Kosile 6'11" 240 SR Center Md Eastern Shore Nigeria
Willy Kouassi 6'10" 220 SO Center Kennesaw State Ivory Coast
Akosa Maduegbunam 6'3" 200 FR Guard Penn State Nigeria
Kodi Maduka 6'11" 226 JR Forward University Of Tulsa Nigeria
Majok Majok 6'9" 245 JR Forward Ball State Sudan
Yousseff Majri 6'7" 183 SO Forward Davidson Tunisia
Yemi Makanjuola 6'10" 250 SO Forward Tennessee Nigeria
Mangok Mathiang 6'10" 200 FR Forward Louisville Sudan
Ivan Matip 6'3" 205 JR Guard CSU Bakersfield Cameroon
Oliver Mbaigoto 6'6" 202 SR Forward Chad
Trevor Mbakwe 6'8" 245 SR Forward Minnesota Nigeria
Yous Mbao 7'2" 249 JR Center Marshall University Senegal
Blaise Mbargorba 6'11" 215 FR Center SMU Cameroon
Cheike Mbodj 6'10" 236 SR Center Cincinnati Senegal
Badejo Mcwisdom 6'9" 250 FR Center Florida A&M Nigeria
Ojo Lekan Michael 7'1" 289 FR Center Florida State University Nigeria
Alex Mitola 5'11" 155 FR Guard Dartmouth Nigeria
Oginni Mogboluwaga 6'8" 220 FR Forward Creighton Nigeria
Bernard Morena 6'8" 200 SO Forward Kennesaw State Ivory Coast
Yarou Mouphtaou 6'10" 255 SR Forward Villanova Benin
Gueye Moussa 7'0" 255 JR Center Alabama Senegal
Amath N'baye 6'9" 208 SR Forward Oklahoma Senegal
Luda N'daya 6'9" 240 JR Forward Cleveland State Congo
Aziz N'diaye 7'0" 260 SR Center Washington Senegal
Dieudonne Nathan 6'7" 210 FR Forward Boston University Nigeria
Bryant Nbamalu 6'2" 194 JR Guard LA Lafayette Nigeria
Dera Nd-Ezuma 6'10" 215 SR Center Rider Nigeria
Papa Ndao 6'8" 223 SO Forward Saint Joseph Senegal
Khadim Ndiaye 6'6" 194 SO Forward Saint John's Senegal
Yuossou Ndoye 7'0" 235 SO Center Saint Bonaventure Senegal
Tchilisdzi Nephawe 6'10" 265 JR Center New Mexico State South Africa
Thiemo Niang 6'1" 205 JR Guard Mil. Wisconsin Senegal
Ugochwuku Njoku 6'10" 220 JR Center University Of Detroit Nigeria
Okoro Nkereuwem 6'5" 230 FR Guard Iowa State Nigeria
Landry Nnoko 6'10" 245 FR Center Clemson Cameroon
Chris Nsenki 6'2" 180 SO Guard Southern Utah Nigeria
Mark Nwakama 6'6" 215 SO Forward University of Hartford Nigeria
Jamal Nwaniemeka 6'2" 180 FR Guard Rider Nigeria
Aron Nwankwo 6'7" 215 JR Forward Pittsburgh Nigeria
Jeffery Nwankwo 6'6" 225 SO Forward Texas State Nigeria
Jon Nwannunu 6'8" 225 SR F/Center N.C. Asheville Nigeria
Ika Nwanu 6'5" 205 SO Guard Mercer Nigeria
Stephen Nwaokoni 6'8" 240 JR Forward Hofstra Nigeria
Odera Nweke 6'5" 210 SO G/Forward N.J.I.T Nigeria
Lotanna Nwogbo 6'8" 255 SO Forward Tulane University Nigeria
K. C. Nwosu 6'6" 205 FR Forward Boston University Nigeria
Clint Nwosuh 6'2" 195 FR Guard Alcorn State Nigeria
Moikobo Nyandigisi 6'7" 205 SR Forward Iona
David Nyarsuk 7'1" 230 JR Center Cincinnati Sudan
Patrick Nyeko 6'6" 180 SR Guard Nevada Nigeria
Akamune O'karo 6'7" 210 JR Forward Western Kentucky Nigeria
Michael Obacha 6'8" 215 FR Forward Appalachian State Nigeria
Prince Obasi 6'3" 205 SR Guard University of Seattle Nigeria
Retin Obasohan 6'1" 210 FR Guard Alabama Nigeria
Christopher Obepka 6'9" 223 FR C/Forward Saint John's Nigeria
Daniel Ochefu 6'11" 245 FR Center Villanova Nigeria
Manny Ochenje 6'9" 215 SO Forward Pepperdine Nigeria
Michael Ochereobia 6'8" 260 JR Center Western Illinois Nigeria
Onochie Ochie 6'6" 180 SO G/Forward S.E. Louisiana Nigeria
Oyankachwuku Odi 6'8" 230 JR Forward Florida A&M Nigeria
Uche Ofoegbu 6'4" 200 FR Forward SMU Nigeria
Dennis Ogbe 6'7" 220 JR Forward Tennessee Tech Nigeria
Braxton Ogbuoze 6'0" 182 FR Guard Florida Nigeria
Alex Ogundadegbe 6'8" 235 JR Forward Birmingham University Nigeria
Ugo Okam 7'0" 245 JR Center Harvard Nigeria
Brian Okam 7'0" 245 JR Center Appalachian State Nigeria
Frank Okeke 6'6" 220 FR Forward New Hampshire Nigeria
Teddy Okereafor 6'3" 195 SO Guard VCU Nigeria
Agunwa Okolie 6'8" 205 FR G/Forward Harvard Nigeria
Anali Okoloji 6'8" 210 SO Forward George Mason Nigeria
Godwin Okonji 6'8" 230 JR Forward LMU Nigeria
Emmanuel Okoraba 6'8" 225 SO Forward Hampton Nigeria
Emmanuel Okore 6'6" 220 SO C/Forward Howard Nigeria
Prince Okoroh 6'5" 205 SO G/Forward Howard Nigeria
Stan Okoye 6'6" 215 SR Forward Virginia Military Nigeria
Sommy Okukwe 6'7" 230 JR Forward Liberty Nigeria
Ryan Okwudibonye 6'8" 230 JR Center Sacramento State Nigeria
Victor Oladipo 6'5" 214 JR Guard Indiana Nigeria
Bola Olaniyi 6'8" 215 FR Forward Southern Illinois Nigeria
Jamal Olare 6'7" 215 SR Forward Liu Brooklyn Nigeria
Gabriel Olaseni 6'10" 229 SO Center Iowa Nigeria
Amos Olatayo 6'4" 190 JR Guard LA Monroe Nigeria
Ben Olayinka 6'7" 218 SR Forward Northern Arizona Nigeria
Kevin Olekaibe 6'2" 180 JR Guard Fresno State Nigeria
Jean-Paul Olukemi 6'6" 215 SR G/Forward Nigeria
Babatunde Olumuyiwa 6'8" 220 JR F/Center South Carolina Nigeria
Benneth Omari 6'5" 210 JR Forward South Carolina State Nigeria
Jordan Omogbehin 7'2" 334 FR Center South Florida Nigeria
Justin Omogun 6'8" 240 SO Forward CSU Bakersfield Nigeria
Nnadozie Onouha 6'3" 200 JR Guard Campbell Nigeria
Michael Onuorah 6'2" 195 SO Guard IPFW Nigeria
Kevin Onyeaka 6'5" 205 JR Forward Penn State Nigeria
Kenny Onyechi 6'7" 230 SR Forward Liu Brooklyn Nigeria
Chido Onyiuke 6'6" 203 JR Forward Loyola Maryland Nigeria
Omar Oraby 7'2" 270 JR Center USC Egypt
Alex Oriakhi 6'9" 255 SR Forward Missouri Nigeria
Ehimen Orukpe 7'0" 250 SR Center Wichita State Nigeria
Andrew Osamhen 6'9" 270 JR Center Kennesaw State Nigeria
Kemy Osse 6'1" 190 FR Guard Arkansas Little Rock Nigeria
Chris Otule 6'11" 275 JR Center Marquette Nigeria
Sall Oumar 6'11" 245 FR Center Hampton Senegal
Ayotunde Oyeniyi 6'9" 200 JR Forward Fairleigh Dickenson Nigeria
Oyibakuro Prah 6'9" 218 JR Center Idaho State Nigeria
Hassan Rachard 6'7" 216 SR Forward Savannah State Nigeria
Mayol Riathin 6'9" 215 SR Center Sudan
Adamu Shareif 6'8" 225 JR Forward Auburn Nigeria
Ovia Soko 6'8" 220 SR Forward Duquesne Nigeria
Olumide Solanke 6'11" 244 JR Center University Of Detroit Nigeria
Leke Solanke 6'5" 215 FR Forward Stetson Nigeria
Ngigolo Songolo 6'4" 167 FR Guard UIC Chicago Nigeria
Rasheed Sulaiman 6'4" 185 FR Guard Duke Nigeria
Bandja Sy 6'8" 215 SR Forward New Mexico State Senegal
Kader Tapsoba 6'10" 222 JR Forward Texas Tech Burkina Faso
Mccall Tehjere 6'4" 160 FR Guard Niagara Nigeria
Akomolafe Tola 6'6" 210 SR Forward Florida International Nigeria
Jean Yves Toupane 6'7" 185 FR Forward Saint Bonaventure Senegal
Justin Tuoyo 6'9" 220 FR Forward VCU Nigeria
Nform Udofia 6'2" 197 SR Guard Georgia Nigeria
Chris Udofia 6'6" 194 JR Forward University of Denver Nigeria
Daddy Ugbede 6'7" 220 FR Forward Drake Nigeria
Will Yeguete 6'7" 240 JR Forward Florida Cameroon
Longji Yiljep 6'5" 185 SO Guard Brown University Nigeria
Talib Zanna 6'9" 230 JR Forward Pittsburgh Nigeria

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RHI Top 50 Camp 2013

October 3-6, 2013 • Lagos, Nigeria

The 2013 version of the annual Radarhoops Int’l Top 50 Invitational was a great success. It took place in Lagos, Nigeria and there were about 80 participants. This was the sixth edition of the Top 50 Invitational. The camp offered instruction in the fundamentals of basketball; life skills and stay in school lectures; and, health and sex education (i.e., HIV prevention). Radarhoops was very fortunate to have some highly talented basketball instructors from the U.S. for the camp. There were NBA coaches and scouts as well as some high school and junior college coaches. The 2013 camp was as successful as previous Top 50 camps. At the end of the camp the instructors were able to pick some of the best prospects at the camp. Below is a list of the top 20 prospects at the camp.

LAST NAME FIRST NAME
YOB
HT
POS
Yakwan Daniel
1993
6-1
PG
Omak Eugene
1995
6-6
SG
Idemoh Donald
1993
6-10
C
Joseph Victor Junior
1994
6-2
PG
Ebifemi Olatunji
1992
6-2
PG
Garga Daniel
1994
6-1
SG
Kinsley Moses
1994
6-9
PF
Bassey Christopher
1992
6-2
SG
Herve-SenadeGlory Aholode
1992
6-4
SG
Afam Osu
1992
6-6
SF
Raymond Franklin
1994
6-6
PG
Balogun Emmanuel
1995
6-2
PG
Uwadiae Henry
1993
6-11
C
Mehinti Tosin Idowu
1994
6-10
PF
Owolabi Seyi
1992
6-7
PG
Owolabi Suleiman
1993
5-11
PG
Olalude Aaron
1993
6-3
SG
Okafor Joel
1995
5-9
PG
Okafor Tobechukwu
1992
6-11
PF
Ndumanya Emmanuel
1995
6-10
PF
Eyimofe Edukugho
1993
6-6
SF
Obekpa Ewaoche
1993
6-7
PF
Odia Peter
1994
6-3
PG
Kelechi Anachelunwa
1995
6-9
SF
Babalola Quadri
1992
6-6
SG

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RHI Big Man Camp 2013

August 2 & 3, 2013 • Lagos, Nigeria

Africa is gradually evolving and will be a major basketball mining ground in a couple of years. Basketball is growing fast on the continent and we'll soon discover the next great player in the image of Hakeem “The Dream” Olajuwon, Dikembe Mutombo or Hasheem Thabeet. The issues holding the continent back are the lack of proper infrastructure, the facilities to teach the game and the lack of proper and consistent organization. With more camps like those offered by RHI, and more coaching clinics for local coaches throughout the continent, the situation will improve.

Below is a list of the prospects that attended the 2013 Big Man Camp.

NAME NAME
YOB
HT
WT (LBS)
Ogukwe Somto
1991
6-8
200
Chibueze Ikeh
1992
6-9
203
Stanley Nnamani
1991
6-7
190
Yemi Makanjuaola
1992
6-10
210
Ajayi Lekan
1992
6-11
210
Afam Osu
1992
6-7
186
Kosile Olatunji
1990
6-11
220
Chukwuebuka Osu
1994
6-10
210
Ayotunde Oyeniyi
1992
6-10
185
Muritala Mustapha
1993
6-7
180
Nekowho Christian
1994
6-8
185
Eriobuna Ikem
1993
6-7
190
Saka Lukman
1992
6-7
185
Chinonso Emmanuel Eze
1993
6-11
210
Mohammed Yussuf
1993
6-11
215
Ifeayi Orizu Prince
1992
6-7
192
Ugochuukwu Njokwu
1991
6-10
218
Chukwuka Arnold
1992
6-11
220
Afam Okafo
1992
6-9
200
Lawrence Fejokwu
1992
6-9
190
Azziz Olowolayemo
1992
6-7
185
Eneh Arinze
1993
6-9
188
Chika James
1992
6-7
182
Subel Lucky
1993
6-7
190
Yusuf Shamusa
1992
6-8
205
Umeadi Nnamdi
1994
6-7
192
Iyasara Adinda
1992
6-7
187
Musa Hafizu
1993
6-7
179
Ahmed Dahiru
1992
6-9
201
Umeadi Oliseh
1990
6-9
211
Victor Elias
1991
6-8
198
Saminu Tasiu
1992
6-9
200
Nnamji Samson
1990
6-8
205
Inuwa Sadiq
1992
6-7
195
Yahaya Abdul
1991
6-8
210
Garuba Muntar
1992
6-8
192
Kelechi Ibe
1991
6-8
191
Amachelunwa Kelechi
1995
6-8
189
Mbanugo Tochukwu
1990
6-8
202
Moses Kingsley
1994
6-9
200
Onyeka Odi
1991
6-9
220
Odogwu Sunny
1993
6-10
219
Oboko Chinonso
1993
6-10
215
Henry Uwodiae
1993
6-11
216
Mofe Edukugho
1992
6-7
190
Franklin Uzonwanne
1991
6-7
198
Bright Abolu
1991
6-8
200
Obi Ugochukwu
1993
6-7
185
Ayegba Moses
1993
6-10
218
Udayi Emmanuel
1990
6-7
200
Okoronkwo Emeka
1991
6-11
217
Emeka Onyema
1992
6-8
201
Ubong Ekong
1993
6-7
180
Abiodun Gbemiga
1993
6-7
175
Nasiru Hassan
1993
6-9
205
Nnamdi Eze Prince
1993
6-11
202
Godwin Ikonshul
1991
6-7
185
Donald Idemoh
1992
6-10
218
Sadiq Adedeji K.
1991
6-11
200
Tertsea Michael
1997
6-10
218
Achiuwa Godsgift
1990
6-9
215

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