Chim Kadima Discusses His Recruitment

Chim Kadima, a 6-foot-3 junior guard from Milwaukee (WI) Lutheran who decommitted from Iowa State in March, has received serious recruiting attention since re-opening his recruitment. Kadima averaged 16.8 points per game this year. Minnesota has expressed in interest in Kadima and GoldenSports.Net caught up with him to learn the latest.

Chim Kadima helped lead Milwaukee (WI) Lutheran to an 11-11 mark as he missed nine games, due to injuries. Kadima de-committed to Iowa State in March.

Kadima missed the 2007-08 season with a broken tibia, but shined last summer for the Wisconsin Playground Warriors.

Kadima had picked Iowa State over interest from Vanderbilt, Marquette, Wisconsin, Iowa, Boston College, and Louisville.

Many of those schools have shown inter in Kadima through his AAU coach Ike Wilson, but Kadima admits that he is still very open with his recruitment.

"I don't really have a list right now, but I am still just looking right now."

Kadima feels that he is close to 100% after the leg injury. he is working hard during the offseason to improve his all-around game.

"I am really working on my explosion, my lateral movement and my agility. The knee is doing good."

Kadima said that he is hoping to attend several basketball camps this summer.

"I'll probably go to some Marquette camps and some other Nike camps."

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