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Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree

Philadelphia, PA - 2017

SchoolNeumann-Goretti PositionPower Forward Height6’9” Weight205 lbs. AAU TeamTeam Final HometownPhiladelphia, PA Class2017
National Rank#85State Rank#5

College Projection:

  • High-Major

Complete Rankings:

  • Player Grade: 92 (4-Star)
  • National Rank: 85
  • Position Rank: 17
  • State Rank: 5
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College Recruiting - Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree
School: Interest: Visit: Offer: Status:
VillanovaVillanova Warm Committed:
SyracuseSyracuse Warmer 9/26/2015
La Salle University Warm
Old DominionOld Dominion Warm
Penn State UniversityPenn State University Warm
ProvidenceProvidence Warm
Saint JosephsSaint Josephs Warm
TempleTemple Warm
RiderRider Cold
Latest News on Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree
2017 wing Brandon Slater had a big opening day.Slam Dunk to the Beach: Brandon Slater Shines on Day One

12/28/2016 by Ari Rosenfeld – 2017 wing Brandon Slater wasted no time in showing out on the first day of Slam Dunk to the Beach in Lewes, Delaware.

Cosby-Roundtree will bring versatility to the frontcourt.2017 Class Outlook: Villanova Wildcats

11/08/2016 by Zachary Lyon – The defending national champs have already secured commitments from two top-100 prospects, what will these guys bring to the table?

2017 PG Quade Green was voted a 1st team selection.EYBL Recap: All-Peach-Jam Teams

7/12/2016 by Brian Flinn – With a couple of days to reflect on what we saw, Future150 named its All-Peach Jam teams.

2017 G Trae Young was dominant at Peach Jam on Friday.Future150 Alums Shine on Day Two of Peach Jam

7/09/2016 by Brian Flinn – Day two of Peach Jam saw group play come to a close, and with the stakes being so high, a number of alums stepped up in a big way.

Cosby-Roundtree could be the big riser of this winter.Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree Becoming a Priority Recruit

1/14/2016 by Brian Flinn – Newmann-Goretti's 2017 F Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree has improved greatly over the summer, and is now becoming a priority for a number of programs