A future Pitt basketball player will receive some nice national recognition.
2019 center Karim Coulibaly has accepted an invitation to play in the inaugural DMV Elite Nations Classic All-Star game on April 6.
The roster for this game is filled with players that have committed to major programs including a couple of players that Jeff Capel and his staff tried to recruit to Pitt.
Here are the players that have accepted the invite to play in the game.
Karim Coulibaly, C, Scotland Campus Sports – Pitt
Makhi Mitchell, F, Woodrow Wilson HS – Maryland
Makhel Mitchell, F, Woodrow Wilson High School – Maryland
Casey Morsell, G, St. John’s High School – Virginia
Marvin Price, G/F, Patterson High School – Undecided
Jay Heath, G, Woodrow Wilson High School – Boston College
Anwar Gill, G, Gonzaga High School – Undecided
Mekhi Long, F, Bishop McNamara High School – Rhode Island
Yavuz Gultekin, G/F, Bishop Walsh High School – Virginia Tech
Anthony Walker, F, Brewster Academy – Miami
Isaiah Wong, G, Monsignor Bonnor High School – Miami
Nahshon Hyland, G, St. George High School – Undecided
Dereon Seabron, G/F, Massutten Prep – NC State
Eric Dixon, F, Abingdon High School – Villanova
Qudus Wahab, C, Flint Hill School – Georgetown
James Lee, G, Montverde Academy – Undecided
Gibson Jimmerson, G/F, Montverde Academy – St. Louis
Al-Amir Dawes, G, The Patrick School – Clemson
Donta Scott, F, Imhotep Charter School – Maryland
Jalen Gaffney, G, Westtown School – UConn
John Bol Akok, C, Westtown School – Syracuse