Five star guard Karim Mane will keep his name in NBA draft

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Another top recruit in the 2020 class will not be attending college. Five star guard Karim Mane has announced he will be signing with an agent and keeping his name in the NBA draft. Schools like Michigan State, Marquette, Memphis, and many others were actively recruiting him. Mane is the eighth player in the 2020 class to announce they will not be attending college.

Karim is an explosive 6’5″ guard out of Quebec, Canada. Mane’s best trait is when he is driving to the rim. He is also a very respectable shooter as well. Many schools recruited him to there schools. Michigan State, Marquette, and Memphis were considered the favorites, if he decided to choose the college route. He took official visits to Marquette and Maryland.

Mane is not the first recruit to announce they were skipping college. Jalen Green, Jonathan Kuminga, Daishen Nix, Isaiah Todd, and Kai Sotto will be joining the new G League path way. MarJon Beauchamp and Kyree Walker will train for next years NBA draft. Kenyon Martin Jr. will do a prep year. Karim Mane and Josh Hall will be entering the 2020 NBA draft. NBA scouts have raved about Mane’s potential and many believe he could be a first round pick.