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Sedee Keita

Townsend, DE - 2016

School22 FT Academy PositionPower Forward Height6’10” Weight225 lbs. AAU TeamWe R1 HometownTownsend, DE Class2016
National Rank#42State Rank#1
Scouting Report


Defensive Rebounding
High Motor
On-Ball Defense
Playing Above The Rim
Shot Blocking
Size For Position


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Future150 alum Jeremiah Jefferson had a huge first day.Reebok Breakout Camp: Wednesday Recap

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