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Wednesday / December 6.
  • UNLV picks up commitment from four-star center Pape N’Diaye

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    The next gym top-100 prospect Pape N’Diaye will play in will be just 25 minutes away from old stomping grounds at Trinity International High School.

    N’Diaye, the 7-foot, 195-pound center, announced his commitment to Kevin Kruger and the UNLV Rebels on Tuesday via Instagram.

    Kruger now has his second commitment in the 2024 class. Top-175 prospect and small forward James Evans from West Ranch (CA) will join N’Diaye in Las Vegas.

    N’Diaye ranks as the No. 97 player nationally by 247Sports and the No. 15 overall center. He had nine other offers from the likes of Arizona State, Boise State, Colorado, Kansas, Miami, UCF, Utah State and Xavier.

    He is most known for his rim protection and shot blocking ability. Last summer, N’Diaye played AAU basketball with the Las Vegas Knicks and blocked over four shots per game. He was also invited to the NBPA Top 100 and Pangos All-American camps.

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