Karim Mane, a four-star guard prospect out of the 2020 college basketball recruiting class, has received a scholarship offer from the Arkansas Razorbacks.
This news was relayed to the masses on the mean streets of Twitter by Stockrisers reporter Jake Weingarten, who previously reported the youngster received 11 scholarship offers over a good weekend.
It’s important to note, since many outlets avoid ranking non-domestic players until they’re for certain going the collegiate route, not every reputable recruiting service outlet has stars attached to the guard’s name. The Canadian touted as a bucket-making-marvel, though.
That being said, those that do rank him not only have Karim Mane pegged as a four-star caliber player, but most tend to agree he’s one of the 50 (or so) best players in the entire 2020 recruitment cycle. Now that it appears he’s far more likely to go the collegiate route, expect outlets to begin covering him with a bit more zest.
As for the Arkansas Razorbacks, life appears swell after moving on from Mike Anderson. Eric Musselman has been busy and active looking for new players on the trail.
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