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Wednesday / October 27.
  • 2021 forward Mouhamed Lamine Mbaye pledges to George Mason

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    By RYAN McMULLEN

    Mouhamed Lamine Mbaye, the 6-foot-9, 215-pound forward guard from Colorado Prep (CO), committed to George Mason on Thursday morning.

    He broke down his commitment with ZAGSBLOG.

    “I picked George Mason because I like the whole staff and I trust the coach. Me and my coaches and family helped me make the right decision.”

    Mbaye chose the Patriots over Colorado, Louisville, New Mexico, and Rutgers.

    He told 247Sports that “his main goals is to win a conference championship and make a run at the NCAA tournament.”

    247Sports has Mbaye ranked as the No. 266 prospect nationally and the No. 2 player from Senegal.

    George Mason hired Colorado’s Nate Tomlinson as an assistant coach on Thursday, per Jon Rothstein.

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