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thadzonline
10-01-2011, 10:19 AM
Argentina Pablo Bertone 6-4 PG Florida Atlantic
Australia Femi Akinpetide 6-6 SF Sacred Heart
Australia Jackson Aldridge 6-0 PG Butler
Australia Cameron Bairstow 6-9 PF New Mexico
Australia Angus Brandt 6-10 PF/C Oregon State
Australia Ryan Broekhoff 6-6 SG Valparaiso
Australia Matthew Dellavedova 6-4 PG St. Mary's
Australia Luke Devlin 6-8 PF Albany
Australia TJ Diop 6-8 PF Seattle
Australia Anthony Drmic 6-6 SG Boise State
Australia Josh Duinker 6-11 C/PF Richmond
Australia Cody Ellis 6-8 PF St. Louis
Australia Daniel Fisher 6-7 PF American
Australia Hugh Greenwood 6-3 SG New Mexico
Australia Igor Hadziomerovic 6-4 PG Boise State
Australia Damon Heuir 6-2 SG/PG Southern Utah
Australia Jordan Hickert 6-9 PF Eastern Washington
Australia Jeromie Hill 6-8 PF Texas-San Antonio
Australia Matt Hodgson 6-11 C St. Mary's
Australia Peter Hooley 6-4 SG Albany
Australia Trian Iliadis 6-3 SG Old Dominion
Australia Dexter Kernich-Drew 6-6 SG Washington State
Australia Spencer Llewellyn 6-3 SG Pacific
Australia Matt Massey 6-9 C Southern Utah
Australia Corey Maynard 6-3 PG Bryant
Australia Liam McInerney 6-8 PF/C Stetson
Australia Claybrin McMath 6-8 PF Bryant
Australia Brock Motum 6-10 PF Washington State
Australia Mathiang Muo 6-5 SF Charleston Southern
Australia Rhys Murphy 6-7 SF Oregon State
Australia Joel Naburgs 6-4 SG Stetson
Australia Igor Nujic 6-8 F Texas-San Antonio
Australia Chudier Pal 6-9 C UNC Asheville
Australia Sam Rowley 6-5 SF Albany
Australia Clint Steindl 6-7 SF St. Mary's
Australia Lewis Thomas 6-7 SF UC Santa Barbara
Australia Nate Tomlinson 6-4 PG Colorado
Australia Dan Trist 6-9 PF Lafayette
Australia Jordan Vandenberg 7-1 C North Carolina State
Australia Cameron Witt 6-8 PF Valparaiso
Australia Mitchell Young 6-9 PF St. Mary's
Bahamas JR Cadot 6-5 SG Texas Christian
Bahamas Kadeem Coleby 6-9 PF/C Louisiana-Lafayette
Bahamas Scottie Farrington 6-7 SF Louisiana-Lafayette
Bahamas Probese Leo 6-9 PF/C Bucknell
Barbados John Jones 6-9 PF Illinois State
Barbados Kregg Jones 6-8 PF CSU Bakersfield
Belarus Nikita Mescheriakov 6-8 SF Wake Forest
Belarus Aliaksei Patsevich 6-4 PG Southern Methodist
Belgium Thomas De Thaey 6-8 PF North Carolina State
Belgium Retin Ojomoh 6-1 PG Alabama
Belgium Rinrico White 6-3 SG Chattanooga
Benin Mouphtaou Yarou 6-10 C Villanova
Brazil Ricardo Andreotti 6-8 PF South Dakota
Brazil Andre Coimbra 6-9 PF Central Michigan
Brazil Marlon Louzeiro 6-7 PF Arkansas-Little Rock
Brazil Rafael Maia 6-9 C Brown
Brazil Fab Melo 7-0 C Syracuse
Brazil Fabio Ribeiro 6-10 C Louisiana-Monroe
Brazil Rodrigo de Souza 6-2 PG Pacific
Brazil Romario Souza 6-10 PF/C Louisiana Tech
Bulgaria Stenoslav Chetinov 6-9 C Maine
Bulgaria Samuel Francis 6-3 SG South Dakota State
Burkina Faso Kader Tapsoba 6-10 C Texas Tech
Cameroon Yannick Atanga 6-9 PF Santa Clara
Cameroon Beas Hamga 6-11 C Alabama at Birmingham
Cameroon Kenny Kadji 6-11 PF/C Miami
Cameroon Bernard Kamwa 6-8 PF/C Missouri-Kansas City
Cameroon Brice Kofane 6-8 PF Providence
Cameroon Ivan Matip 6-3 SG CSU Bakersfield
Cameroon Steve Moundo-Missi 6-7 SF Harvard
Cameroon Johann Mpondo 6-8 PF Wright State
Cameroon Christian Bibi Ndongo 6-8 PF Louisiana-Monroe
Cameroon James Siakam 6-8 PF Vanderbilt
Cameroon Hippolyte Tsafack 6-8 PF Memphis
Cameroon Steve Tchiengang 6-9 PF/C Vanderbilt
Cameroon Alexis Wangmene 6-7 PF/C Texas
Canada Kurt Alexander 6-0 PG Drake
Canada Mike Allison 6-9 PF Maine
Canada Lenny Antwi 6-1 PG North Dakota
Canada Brandon Bos 6-1 PG South Dakota
Canada Junior Cadougan 6-1 PG Marquette
Canada Keaton Cole 5-10 PG Western Carolina
Canada Stephan Cvrkalj 6-4 SG Lehigh
Canada Randy Dezouvre 6-5 SG/SF Iona College
Canada Melvin Ejim 6-6 SF Iowa State
Canada Emerson Murray 6-3 PG California
Canada Julian Clarke 6-3 PG Santa Clara
Canada Renaldo Dixon 6-10 PF New Mexico State
Canada Justin Edwards 6-3 G Maine
Canada Dylan Ennis 6-2 PG Rice
Canada Adam Folker 6-9 C UC Irvine
Canada Junior Fortunat 6-9 PF/C Rider
Canada Kadeem Green 6-8 PF Missouri
Canada Brady Heslip 6-2 PG Baylor
Canada Alex Johnson 5-10 PG North Carolina State
Canada Bryson Johnson 6-1 PG Bucknell
Canada Chris Johnson 6-5 SG/PG St. Bonaventure
Canada Taylor Johnston 6-7 SF Binghamton
Canada Christian Kabongo 6-4 SG New Mexico State
Canada Myck Kabongo 6-1 PG Texas
Canada Dejan Kravic 6-11 C Texas Tech
Canada Hernst Laroche 6-1 PG New Mexico State
Canada Vince Legarza 6-9 C Miami(Ohio)
Canada Francis-Cedric Martel 6-6 SF Richmond
Canada Juevol Myles 6-1 PG South Dakota
Canada Daniel Mullings 6-2 PG New Mexico State
Canada Haruona Mutombo 6-4 SG Western Carolina
Canada Stefan Nastic 6-11 C Stanford
Canada Ty Nurse 6-1 PG Texas Tech
Canada Kelly Olynyk 7-0 PF Gonzaga
Canada Ishaq Pitt 6-3 PG UMES
Canada Jean Selus 6-2 PG Illinois
Canada Shayok Shayok 6-6 SF Bradley
Canada Taevaunn Prince 6-3 PG South Dakota State
Canada Marc Trasolini 6-9 PF Santa Clara
Canada Marvell Waithe 6-9 PF Arkansas
Canada Tyrone Watson 6-5 SF New Mexico State
Chad David Baroum 6-9 C Bethune-Cookman
Chad Pina Guillaume 6-9 PF UMES
Chad Olivier Mbaigoto 6-7 SF Central Michigan
China Grant Hefeng 6-8 SF Fresno
China Ted Wang 7-0 C Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
China Jay Wey 6-2 PG San Francisco
Colombia Freddy Asprilla 6-10 PF Canisius College
Congo Blondy Baruti 6-9 PF Tulsa
Congo Ludovic Ndaye 6-9 PF Cleveland State
Congo Kazadi Nyanguila 6-7 C New Hampshire
Cote d"Ivoire Charles Abuou 6-5 SG/SF BYU(Utah)
Cote d'Ivoire Adjehi Baru 6-9 PF/C Charlston
Cote d'Ivoire Guy Landry Edi 6-8 PF Gonzaga
Cote d'Ivoire Bernard Morena 6-8 PF Auburn
Croatia Marin Bevcevic 6-0 PG Texas Christian
Croatia Filip Cvjeticanin 6-9 PF Florida Gulf Coast
Croatia Duje Dukan 6-8 SF Wisconsin
Croatia Ilija Ivankovic 6-10 C North Carolina-Charlotte
Croatia Antonio Kalpic 6-9 PF Campbell
Croatia Milos Knezevic 6-8 PF Bradley
Croatia Kristian Krajina 6-9 PF Mt. St. Mary's
Croatia Marin Kukoc 6-7 SG/SF Pennsylvania
Croatia Sandy Marcius 6-9 PF Purdue
Croatia Igor Premsunac 6-8 PF Utah State
Croatia Hrvoje Vucic 7-1 C Valparaiso
Cuba Adrian Diaz 6-10 PF Kansas State
Czech Republic Patrick Auda 6-9 PF Seton Hall
Czech Republic Thomas Bruha 7-0 C Tulane
Czech Republic Marek Soucek 7-0 PF/C Oklahoma State
Denmark Jonathan Gilling 6-7 F Arizona State
Denmark Anton Larsen 7-0 C/PF Old Dominion
Domincan Republic Franklin Milian 6-4 SG Canisius College
Dominican Republic Angel Nunez 6-7 PF Louisville(Kentucky)
Dominican Republic Dago Pena 6-6 SF Marshall
Dominican Republic Chris Perez 6-3 PG Stetson
Dominican Republic Gerardo Suero 6-5 SG Albany
Dominican Republic Eloy Vargas 6-11 PF Kentucky
Egypt Mostafa Abdel Latif 6-8 PF Sacred Heart
Egypt Abdel Nader 6-7 SF/SG Northern Illinois
Egypt Omar Oraby 7-2 C Rice
England Chris Caird 6-6 SF Santa Clara
England Danny Carter 6-9 PF Stony Brook
England Simeon Esprit 6-6 SG Pennsylvania
England Aaron Geramipoor 6-11 C/PF Seton Hall
England Lee Goldsbrough 6-9 PF Providence
England Ashley Hamilton 6-7 PF Loyola Marymount
England Daniel James 6-4 PF Monmouth
England Andrew Lawrence 6-1 PG Charleston
England Nick Mabbutt 6-10 PF South Dakota
England Mikey Manghum 6-2 PG Oral Roberts
England Patrick Nyeko 6-6 SG Nevada
England Teddy Okreafor 6-3 PG Virginia Commonwealth
England Abodunrin Gabriel Olaseni 6-10 C Iowa
England Tommy Perreira 6-2 SG Rider
England Ovie Soko 6-8 PF Alabama at Birmingham
England Alexander Scotland-Williamson 6-9 PF Alabama at Birmingham
England Raheem May-Thompson 6-6 SF Quinnipiac
England Raphell Thomas-Edwards 6-5 SF Buffalo
England Adam Thoseby 6-4 SG/SF Utah State
England Phill Wait 7-1 C Monmouth
England Shane Walker 6-10 PF Loyola(Maryland)
Finland Killian Cato 6-7 PF Maine
Finland Kirill Savolainen 6-5 SG/SF Dartmouth
France Remi Barry 6-7 F New Mexico State
France Arthur Bouedo 6-4 SG Wyoming
France Allen Saint-Gelais 6-7 SF South Dakota
France Alex Gavrilovic 6-9 PF Dayton
France Mathis Keita 6-5 SG Gonzaga
France Mohammed Koita 6-4 SG Manhattan College
France Amath M'Baye 6-9 PF Oklahoma
France Niko Stojikovic 6-9 PF North Texas
France Bandja Sy 6-8 SF New Mexico State
France John Wilkins 6-9 SG Illinois State
France Will Yeguete 6-7 PF Florida
French West Indies Kevin Cantinol 6-10 C Florida Gulf Coast
Germany Mario Blessing 6-2 PG South Carolina Upstate
Germany Martin Breunig 6-8 PF Washington
Germany Alex Giergen 6-7 PF Towson
Germany Niels Giffey 6-7 SF/SG Connecticut
Germany James Hajek 6-10 C Weber
Germany Patrick Heckman 6-5 SG Boston College
Germany Yasin Kolo 6-10 PF East Carolina
Germany Davis Martens 6-9 PF Siena College
Germany Mathis Monninghoff 6-7 SF Gonzaga
Germany Dennis Ogbe 6-7 SF Tennessee Tech
Germany Romero Osby 6-8 SF Oklahoma
Germany Justin Raffington 6-9 C San Francisco
Germany Jarelle Reischel 6-6 SF Rice
Germany Kevin Schaffartzik 6-2 SG Sam Houston
Germany Martin Seifferth 6-10 PF Eastern Washington
Germany Enosch Wolf 7-1 C Connecticut
Germany Malte Ziegenhagen 6-4 SG Tulane
Georgia Levan Shengelia 6-7 PF Rhode Island
Ghana Muniru Bawa 6-11 C Tennessee State
Ghana Emmanuel Addo 6-8 PF Northern Colorado
Ghana Enoch Andoh 6-8 PF/C Bucknell
Greece Brian Benson 6-9 PF New Hampshire
Greece John Sinis 6-8 SF San Diego
Greece Emmanuel Tselentakis 6-4 PG St. Louis
Greece Alex Vouyoukas 6-9 C/PF Texas-San Antonio
Guinea Malick Kone 6-5 SG/SF Rutgers
Hungary Greg Somogyi 7-3 C UC Santa Barbara
Iceland Haukur Palsson 6-6 SF Maryland
India Sim Bhullar 7-5 C New Mexico State
Iran Arsalan Kazemi 6-7 SF Rice
Ireland Keelan Cairns 6-10 PF Pennsylvania
Israel Ben Altit 6-10 PF Bryant
Israel Noam Laish 6-1 PG Maine
Israel Karam Mashour 6-6 SG/SF UNLV
Israel Magd Owayed 6-7 PF Sacramento State
Italy Kareem Jamar 6-5 SG Montana
Italy Gaetano Spera 6-11 PF St. Peter's
Jamaica Adrian Forbes 6-8 PF Auburn
Japan Tyler Nagasaki 5-10
Kosovo Korab Imami 6-10 C Oakland(Michigan)
Latvia Martins Abele 7-1 C Duquesne
Latvia Haralds Karlis 6-5 SG Seton Hall
Latvia Oto Osenieks 6-8 SF Minnesota
Latvia Ricmonds Vilde 6-9 PF Southern Methodist
Latvia Kristers Zeidaks 6-8 PF Mississippi State
Lebanon Samer Madarani 5-10 PG Delaware
Lebanon Samer Ozeir 6-8 PF Columbia
Lithuania Martynas Bareika 6-4 PG/SG Chattanooga
Lithuania Gediminas Bertasius 6-5 SF Dartmouth
Lithuania Gylvidas Biruta 6-8 PF Rutgers
Lithuania Gabas Maldunas 6-8 PF Dartmouth
Lithuania Lukas Poderis 6-8 PF East Tennessee State
Lithuania Deividas Dulkys 6-5 SG Florida State
Lithuania Dierunas Visockas 6-4 SG Boston College
Macedonia Stojan Gjuroski 6-7 SF Louisiana Tech
Mali Djibril Coulibaly 6-9 C Manhattan College
Mali Ibby Djimde 6-8 PF/C Illinois
Mali Cheick Kone 6-10 C Texas Christian
Mexico Francisco Cruz 6-3 PG/SG Wyoming
Mexico Edgar Garibay 6-10 PF Loyola Marymount
Mexico Jorge Gutierrez 6-3 PG California
Mexico Jaime Serna 6-9 PF UC Santa Barbara
Montenegro Nemanja Djurisic 6-8 PF Georgia
Netherlands Kevin Bleeker 6-10 C Canisius College
Netherlands Charlon Kloof 6-3 SG St. Bonaventure
Netherlands Kadeem Pantophlet 6-6 SF Duquesne
Netherlands Berend Weijs 6-10 C Maryland
Netherlands Kevin Van Wijk 6-8 PF Valparaiso
Netherlands Joey Van Zegeren 6-10 PF Virginia Tech
New Zealand Rory Fannon 6-9 C Utah Valley
New Zealand Rob Loe 6-11 PF St. Louis
Nigeria Lekan Ajayi 6-10 PF Wyoming
Nigeria Raphael Akpejeori 6-10 PF Miami
Nigeria Maurice Aneifiok 6-5 SG Mississippi
Nigeria Olu Ashaolu 6-7 PF Oregon
Nigeria Moses Ayegba 6-9 C Georgetown
Nigeria Djim Bandoumel 6-8 PF Idaho
Nigeria Dele Coker 6-10 PF/C St. John's
Nigeria Osas Ebomwonyi 6-11 PF Lamar
Nigeria Ayodeji Egbeyemi 6-4 SG Loyola Marymount
Nigeria Ife Eke 6-7 SF Louisiana-Monroe
Nigeria Festus Ezeli 6-11 C Vanderbilt
Nigeria Paul Gombwer 6-6 SF Charleston Southern
Nigeria Bassey Inameti 6-8 PF Tennessee Tech
Nigeria Abdulwali Kasim 6-7 SF Delaware State
Nigeria Olatunji Kosile 6-11 C UMES
Nigeria Yemi Makanjuola 6-9 C Tennessee
Nigeria Dera Nd-Ezuma 6-10 C Rider
Nigeria Robert Nwankwo 6-8 PF Towson
Nigeria Manny Ochenje 6-9 PF Pepperdine
Nigeria Sommy Ogukwe 6-7 PF Liberty
Nigeria Victor Ojeleye 6-6 SF Kansas State
Nigeria Brian Okam 7-0 C Appalachian State
Nigeria Ugo Okam 7-0 C Harvard
Nigeria Godwin Okonji 6-8 PF Loyola Marymount
Nigeria Jordan Omugbehin 7-3 C Southern Florida
Nigeria Ehimen Orukpe 7-0 C Wichita State
Nigeria Imoh Silas 6-8 C Siena College
Nigeria Longi Yiljep 6-5 SG Brown
Nigeria Talib Zanna 6-9 PF Pittsburgh
Norway Stian Berg 6-2 PG Northern Illinois
Norway Aksel Bolin 6-7 SG/SF Northern Illinois
Norway Nikolas Skouen 6-4 SG Pepperdine
Norway Togrim Sommerfeldt 6-6 SF Manhattan College
Panama Josimar Ayarza 6-9 PF Southern Mississippi
Panama Derrio Green 6-2 PG North Carolina-Charlotte
Panama Jonathan King 6-5 SF Stephen F. Austin
Poland Olek Czyz 6-7 SF/PF Nevada
Poland Tomasz Gielo 6-9 PF Liberty
Poland Karol Gruszecki 6-5 SF Texas-Arlington
Puerto Rico Alex Abreu 5-10 PG Akron
Puerto Rico Gaby Belardo 6-2 PG Canisius College
Puerto Rico Gary Browne 6-1 PG West Virginia
Puerto Rico Nate Butler 6-6 SG Texas Christian
Puerto Rico Raymond Cintron 6-0 PG Middle Tennessee State
Puerto Rico Victor Davila 6-8 PF Virginia Tech
Puerto Rico Carlos Lopez 6-11 PF UNLV
Puerto Rico Steven Miro 6-3 SG Florida International
Puerto Rico Darius Morales 6-8 PF/C East Carolina
Puerto Rico Jason Pimentel 6-8 SF Old Dominion
Puerto Rico Angel Rodriguez 5-11 PG Kansas State
Puerto Rico Mike Rosario 6-3 SG Florida
Puerto Rico David Santiago 6-4 SG Canisius College
Puerto Rico Isaac Sosa 6-3 SG Canisius College
Romania Catalin Baciu 7-2 C Clemson
Russia Ruslan Pateev 7-0 C Arizona State
Russia Andrey Semenov 6-7 SF James Madison
Samoa Peyton Siva 6-0 PG Louisville(Kentucky)
Scotland Alasdair Fraser 6-7 PF Maine
Senegal Mamadou Datt 6-8 PF Duquesne
Senegal Gorgui Deng 6-11 C Louisville(Kentucky)
Senegal Daniel Gomis 6-10 PF Oregon State
Senegal Lionel Gomis 6-8 PF Siena College
Senegal Moussa Gueye 7-0 C Alabama
Senegal Baye Moussa Keita 6-10 C Syracuse
Senegal Yous Mbao 7-2 C Marshall
Senegal Cheikh Mbodj 6-10 C Cincinnati
Senegal Papa Ndao 6-8 PF St. Joseph's
Senegal Yossou Ndoye 6-11 PF/C St. Bonaventure
Senegal Mamadou Seck 6-7 PF Southern Illinois
Senegal Assane Sene 7-0 C Virginia
Serbia Sasa Borovnjak 6-9 PF Pennsylvania State
Serbia Nikola Cvetinovic 6-8 PF Akron
Serbia Danilo Dragovic 6-5 SG USC
Serbia Nikola Malesevic 6-7 SF Rhode Island
Serbia Bojan Mihajlovic 6-6 SF Texas-Arlington
Serbia Nemanja Mekic 6-8 SF George Washington
Serbia Luka Mirkovic 6-11 C Northwestern
Serbia Nikola Serina 6-9 PF Northwestern
Serbia Drazen Slovaric 6-9 PF Chattanooga
Serbia Peter Torlak 6-2 SG East Carolina
Serbia Zarko Valjarevic 6-4 SF Maine
Serbia Luka Zivkovic 6-8 PF Fordham
Slovenia Luka Voncina 6-4 PG North Carolina-Charlotte
Somalia Salah Abdo 6-2 PG Boston College
Somalia Aden Faisal 6-4 PG Washington State
Somalia Osman Olol 6-9 PF Coppin State
South Africa Grant Fiorentinos 6-10 PF Tulane
South Africa Tshilidzi Nephawe 6-10 C New Mexico State
South Africa Aziz N'Diaye 7-0 C Washington
South Africa Pieter Prinsloo 6-10 PF Marist College
South Sudan Aru Kok 6-10 C South Carolina Upstate
Spain Diego Morales 5-10 PG Stetson
Sri Lanka Eric Obeysekere 6-8 PF Holy Cross
St. Lucia Aloysius Henry 6-10 PF/C UNC Greensboro
Sudan Teeng Akol 6-11 C Western Kentucky
Sudan Mangisto Arop 6-6 SF Indiana State
Sudan Angelo Chol 6-9 PF Arizona
Sudan Bak Bak 6-9 SF California
Sudan Koang Dolouny 6-9 SF Indiana State
Sweden Challe Barton 6-3 PG Oregon State
Sweden Carl Engstrom 7-1 C Alabama
Sweden Brice Massamba 6-10 PF/C UNLV
Sweden Sebastian Norman 6-9 PF Lamar
Sweden Jeffery Taylor 6-7 SG/SF Vanderbilt
Switzerland Michael Spiecher 6-6 SF Toledo
Switzerland Christopher Varidel 6-3 SG Florida Gulf Coast
Thailand Mark Cisco 6-9 C Columbia
Trinidad Modiba De Freitas 6-9 PF Pepperdine
Trinidad Rundell Mouge 7-1 C Pacific
Trinidad Kyle Rowley 7-0 C St. Mary's
Turkey Kevin Kaspar 6-0 PG Western Kentucky
Turkey Deniz Kilicli 6-9 PF West Virginia
Uganda Marial Dhal 7-3 C Canisius College
Ukraine Vladyslav Kondratyev 6-8 SF Bryant
Ukraine Kyril Natyazhko 6-11 C Arizona
US Virgin Islands Craig Williams 6-8 PF Texas Christian
Venezuela Danny Herrera 6-4 SF Duquesne

Mojado
10-01-2011, 10:48 AM
Nice!! Did you do all the work? Great stuff.

Minor correction:
Nigeria Djim Bandoumel 6-8 PF Idaho is from Chad.
Marial Dhal, listed here for Uganda is from South Sudan
Sudan Teeng Akol 6-11 C Western Kentucky
Sudan Mangisto Arop 6-6 SF Indiana State
Sudan Angelo Chol 6-9 PF Arizona
Sudan Bak Bak 6-9 SF California
Sudan Koang Dolouny 6-9 SF Indiana State
are all from South Sudan.

South Africa Aziz N'Diaye 7-0 C Washington is from Senegal.

Somalia Salah Abdo 6-2 PG Boston College He is not at Boston College but a small private school nowadays.Trinity College.

Congo Ludovic Ndaye 6-9 PF Cleveland State is probably Senegalese judging by the name.

Harouna Mutombo,Christian Kabongo and Myck Kabongo are Canadians from DR of Congo parents. Shayok Shayok is also from South Sudan.

Australia's Femi Akinpetide is also Nigerian.

Khalid80
10-01-2011, 12:04 PM
Great list there pare :)!

By the way you forgot to add Ahmad Ibrahim (Freshman, 6-6, Rice) as another Lebanese in the NCAA.

Here's his profile (http://www.riceowls.com/sports/m-baskbl/mtt/ibrahim_ahmad00.html) with Rice

thadzonline
10-01-2011, 01:46 PM
Nice!! Did you do all the work? Great stuff.

Minor correction:
Nigeria Djim Bandoumel 6-8 PF Idaho is from Chad.
Marial Dhal, listed here for Uganda is from South Sudan
Sudan Teeng Akol 6-11 C Western Kentucky
Sudan Mangisto Arop 6-6 SF Indiana State
Sudan Angelo Chol 6-9 PF Arizona
Sudan Bak Bak 6-9 SF California
Sudan Koang Dolouny 6-9 SF Indiana State
are all from South Sudan.

South Africa Aziz N'Diaye 7-0 C Washington is from Senegal.

Somalia Salah Abdo 6-2 PG Boston College He is not at Boston College but a small private school nowadays.Trinity College.

Congo Ludovic Ndaye 6-9 PF Cleveland State is probably Senegalese judging by the name.

Harouna Mutombo,Christian Kabongo and Myck Kabongo are Canadians from DR of Congo parents. Shayok Shayok is also from South Sudan.

Australia's Femi Akinpetide is also Nigerian.

Thanks for the updates and corrections, these info were just copied from their profiles

thadzonline
10-01-2011, 01:51 PM
Great list there pare :)!

By the way you forgot to add Ahmad Ibrahim (Freshman, 6-6, Rice) as another Lebanese in the NCAA.

Here's his profile (http://www.riceowls.com/sports/m-baskbl/mtt/ibrahim_ahmad00.html) with Rice

my apologies for missing it, just an oversight, im sure i checked Rice since I also listed Omar Oraby and Arsalan Kazemi

JGX
10-01-2011, 11:27 PM
Nice work!

Juan Fernandez (Argentina) is at Temple

Haukur Palsson (Iceland) left Maryland over the summer and signed with a team in Spain.

planaria
10-02-2011, 04:40 AM
Great list.

You can add the brazilian Andre Almeida, who will be senior at Nebraska: http://espn.go.com/mens-college-basketball/player/_/id/51041/andre-almeida

CKR13
10-21-2011, 09:37 AM
Kenya - Joel Awich - 6-7 SF California Polytechnic State University

carlo
01-30-2012, 07:55 PM
Tomasz Gielo career start-up at Liberty hasn't been easy so far.
Here an interview with his impressions:
http://www.europeanprospects.com/living-in-america/living-in-america-tomasz-gielo/#more-3507

Gielo brilliantly played for the 2010 U17 & 2011 U18 Polish national teams.