DePaul's Obi Transfers to Young Harris

Kene Obi, a 7-2, 275 lb. center from South Kent prep school in Connecticut, is transferring from the DePaul men's basketball program to Young Harris College in Young Harris, Georgia, per Jeff Goodman of
August 10, 2010

DePaul Center Seeking Transfer has learned that Kene Obi, a 7-2, 275 lb. center from South Kent prep school in Connecticut, is seeking to transfer from the DePaul men's basketball program.
July 10, 2010

DePaul Busy at Work in Offseason

Hard work pays off. You've heard the saying before plenty of times. For the DePaul Blue Demons, it's a motto that the team is currently applying themselves during the offseason.
June 25, 2008

DePaul Hoopsters Walk to Benefit the Elderly

Sunday, June 8th, members of the DePaul men's basketball team, led by Matija Posic and Kene Obi, will be walking alongside Chicago's elders in one of the only events along the lakefront where the majority of participants are 70 years of age and older.
June 4, 2008

Kene Obi Certified to Participate by NCAA

CHICAGO - DePaul's Kene Obi has been certified to participate in intercollegiate contests by the NCAA and will be dressed for tonight's game against UIC.
December 15, 2007

Kene Obi Certified by NCAA Clearinghouse

CHICAGO - DePaul's Kene Obi has been certified an academic qualifier by the NCAA Clearinghouse and may begin participating in practice activities, it was announced today.
November 28, 2007

Kene Obi Scouting Report

In this report, Mike Procopio offers up a scouting report on the newest addition to the DePaul Blue Demons – Nigerian center Kene Obi from South Kent Prep School in Connecticut. Mike gives us the complete breakdown on the 7-2, 280 lb. freshman center's strengths and weaknesses…
August 16, 2007

Nigerian Center Finds New Home

South Kent prep school center Kene Obi has traveled from Nigeria to Senegal to France to Belgium to Virginia to Connecticut. After the long journey, Obi has now decided where he will make his home for the next four years in college. Find out where the 7-2 center is headed in this report…
July 22, 2007