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Kilgore College made it to the NJCAA National Tourney this past March in Hutchinson, KS. The Rangers finished the season at 27-6. Assistant Coach Joesph Reagan gave JucoJunction the scoop on three foreign post players from this past seasons team.
The NJCAA put this past season an age restriction on foreign players.
Matt Gamberoni will take his game to South Beach and play at Barry University in Miami, FL. Barry University is a NCAA D2 program. Gamberoni will have three years to play his college career.
Gamberoni, a native of France, came to the United States back in 2010-2011 season when he attended New Horizons Prep School in Jackson, MS where he was coached by Audie Norris.
Gamberoni averaged 5 ppg and 3.3 rebounds this season for the Rangers.
Erick Diouf will take his game to Mid American Nazarene University in Olathe, KS this coming fall according to Reagan. Diouf, a power forward from Senegal, Africa averaged 8.3 ppg and 7.7 rebounds this past year.
Diouf will have three years to play at the NAIA level.
Michael Eneh played the past two seasons for the Rangers after leaving Mount Zion Christian Academy in Durham, NC. Eneh will now play for the University of Pikeville Bears in Kentucky this coming season.
"Michael is a very long and athletic player who really has a ability to run the floor and alter shots" said JucoJunction Publisher Bret Swanson.
The Rangers will look to replace all three foreign players this coming season. Stay tuned to JucoJunction all summer long for the latest in junior college basketball recruiting activity right here. Subscribe today for just $9.95 a month.