"With Khy Kabellis transferring they were looking for a guard with size and heard about me," Lake Land College guard Nnamdi Van Dulm said to Scout.com. "They previously knew my JUCO head coach and really liked what they saw on film. So coach Richman got in touch with me about two weeks ago and then I went on an official visit to North Dakota State last weekend. On my official visit, I had the chance to get to know the players and coaching staff, as well as tour the campus and play some pick up with some of the current guys. I was really impressed with the campus at North Dakota State along with the facilities as well."
"Coach Richman offered me while on my visit last weekend as the players were impressed with the way I played during pick up," Van Dulm explained to Scout.com. "The staff likes my ability to penetrate and either finish myself or kick it out to shooters. They also liked the way I competed as well as my size and athleticism for my position. As far as other schools recruiting me, I had a lot of schools on me early on in the year, but my final decision came down to NDSU and Alcorn State. I chose NDSU over Alcorn because NDSU will be harder. Coming in as a sophomore I'll have to compete everyday to earn minutes and eventually make a name for myself. I wanted to accept the challenge of playing for coach Richman. I was impressed with the programs winning culture and couldn't pass up on the opportunity to be a part of it."
Van Dulm is ready to officially move in to North Dakota State here in a few weeks.
"I'll be moving in June 10th, and I just want everyone to know that I'm truly blessed and honored to be a part of the Bison family. I look forward to competing and winning games front of Bison fans for years to come!"