Kamba Bound for Murray State
Dexter Southfield and WrightWay Skills senior point guard Noah Kamba announced his commitment to Murray State late Thursday night.
Murray State competes in the Ohio Valley Conference and has a proud basketball tradition and huge local following near their Kentucky campus.
Kamba thanked his family, specifically his mom, as well as his longtime coach, George Wright-Easy, when announcing his decision.
The six-foot guard is one of the most potent playmakers in the area. A true gym rat, he has a phenominal work-ethic that has allowed him to both sculpt his frame and develop a potent skill set. Naturally quick with arguably the tightest handle in all of New England, he's capable of breaking his defender down and getting a piece of the paint on demand. While he can create for both himself and others off the dribble, Kamba is also a consistent shooting threat from the perimeter.
On Wednesday, he went for 36 points and 8 assists on the road at Redemption Christian Academy.
Murray State is expected to have an immediate opportunity at the point guard position following Ja Morant's early departure for the NBA Draft.
Below are some of Kamba's recent highlights.