Four On Dibo's List

With not many big men left, Remi Dibo is a name to familiarize yourself with. The face four man recently visited a SEC school.

There aren't many power forwards left in the 2010 class.

With C.J. Leslie off the board and Terrence Jones close to making a decision between a pair of schools -- Washington and Kentucky -- the top power forwards are heading off the board.

Remi Dibo, of Beckley (W.V.) Mountain State Academy, may not be a highly ranked guy, but he's a big man that is starting to pick up more attention from college programs.

"Right now he's just figuring things out," Mountain State Academy head coach Rodney Crawford told

Dibo currently has scholarship offers from Duquesne, Drexel and St. Bonaventure. And recently a SEC power -- Kentucky -- got in the mix and had him on campus for an unofficial visit.

"He went down to UK on an unofficial and he liked it," Crawford said. "Once they get all of his information they are going to look into him more."

"We are just waiting to get the rest of his french transcript over here," Crawford added. "From there we are just going to wait and see."

Crawford said Kentucky, especially, is intrigued by Dibo's ability to step away from the basket and knock down jump shots.

"They like his ability to shoot it and that he's a bigger body that can shoot it," Crawford said. "That's what they are looking for."

According to Crawford, Dibo doesn't necessarily have a timetable to make a decision and at this point hasn't set up any other college visits.

"As of right now we don't have anything scheduled, but that could change in a couple of days."

Dibo, a 6-foot-8, 210-pound power forward, is rated as a three-star prospect.

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