Keita talks visits
Three-star class of 2016 center Sedee Keita is in his first year at Greenville (SC) 22 Ft. Academy. The athletic 6-foot-9 and 230 pounder has shown his skills in the past, and now he continues to improve and has college coaches checking in. “I have been working on a lot of things,” said Keita. “I have been working on my rebounding, my post game, and my strength.” He continued, “My year is going good. We need to win a little more as a team, but it is going okay.” Recruiting wise a long list of schools continue to be in the mix with Keita. “I am hearing a lot from UNLV, Tennessee, Clemson, Temple, Syracuse, West Virginia, Penn State, and a few other schools,” said Keita. “I have been to UNLV, Clemson, and Tennessee this year for visits.” Keita visited Tennessee during the fall and has been a top priority for the Volunteers. According to Keita the visit was a very good one. “It was a nice visit,” said Keita. “I saw a football game. They have a good fan base and a real good coaching staff.” It is only about a 30 minute trip to Clemson from Greenville, and that makes checking things out easy over there. According to Keita, the Tigers program is very intriguing. “Clemson is nice,” said Keita. “They have a good coach and they use their big guys, and I think I could fit in there.” Keita had a chance to check out UNLV while out in Las Vegas, and it is also a program that interests him quite a bit. “UNLV was real nice,” said Keita. “They have great facilities and I really liked the coaching staff.” At the moment there is no timeline for a decision from Keita, but he does say that he knows what he is looking for in a school. “I am looking for a school that is about the right things like academics and will look out for my best interest,” he explained.
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