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Bates-Diop Sees Light at End of Tunnel

Bates-Diop Sees Light at End of Tunnel

2014 forward Keita Bates-Diop has enjoyed the recruiting process for the last few years, but over the last few months he has grown weary of it. GoBlueWolverine caught up with the talented youngster last night to discuss the latest in his recruitment, his leaderboard, decision timetable, and much much more.

Recruiting can often be a strange ride.  First a youngster may have just a few schools offering scholarships, then after a really good summer of impressive performances, BAM!  Suddenly that same youngster’s recruitment multiplies to ten times what it was prior. That is what has happened to Normal (IL) University high standout Keita Bates-Diop.  Scout.com’s #7 PF had his versatility on...

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