New Record 158 Canadian Men in NCAA D1 in 2020-2021 Season

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Another year passes and the numbers of Canadian men on NCAA Division I rosters continues to rise. 158 Canadians will suit up for an NCAA team in whatever is left of the 2020-2021 season. Last year met the anticipated number of 150 on rosters at this respective level and next year should reach just under 200 according to North Pole Hoops’ Director of Recruiting, Elias Sbiet.

“The state of emergency with COVID-19 shook up the whole world. Basketball became an afterthought and coaches couldn’t make decisions and pull the trigger to offer guys that they had not evaluated enough. Which means naturally, the 2021 class suffered and had less offers and less commitments.”

“Take for example a Tre-Vaughn Minott, Muon Reath, Sam Alamutu, Brock Newton…I can go on with a list of guys who are so under recruited simply due to what has taken place over the last 8 months or so.”

So COVID-19 caused a downward trend in recruiting, but there is another trend that is more positive and specific to the province of Quebec.

This list has a steadily rising number of prospects coming out of the province of Quebec. There’s been a major focus from our scouting team to ensure multiple trips are made to ensure every rock is turned.

Ontario remains a clear number one producer with pockets all over the province reaping the benefits of the prep school system, camps and internal competition.

It makes perfect sense that Quebec is catching up to Ontario quickly. Afterall, it is the province with the second highest population in Canada. It is surrounded by provinces and states in the North-East which is its second advantage.

Our projections tell us that there are around 4o players from this list that will end up playing basketball professionally and a handful that will make it as high as the NBA. Canada remains the fastest growing basketball country in the World!

Data Courtesy: Hasan Alanam

Player Team Level City Class Position Height
Tre Edwards Akron D1 Hamilton R-Fr W 6’6″
Joshua Primo Alabama D1 Mississauga Fr G 6’6″
Keon Ambrose-Hylton Alabama D1 Toronto Fr F 6’8″
Bennedict Mathurin Arizona D1 Montreal Fr W 6’7″
Ben Hendriks Ball State D1 Mississauga So C 6’10”
Abu Kigab Boise State D1 St. Catherines Sr F 6’7″
Emmanuel Akot Boise State D1 Winnipeg R-Jr W 6’8″
Ja’Shon Henry Bradley D1 Saskatoon Jr F 6’6″
Malachi Ndur Brown D1 St. Thomas Fr F 6’8″
Dominic Johnson Buffalo D1 Windsor Sr F 6’5″
Christian David Butler D1 Milton Sr W 6’6″
Joel Brown California D1 Brampton So G 6’2″
Ty Rowell California Baptist D1 Langley R-Jr G 6’2″
Suraj Gahir California Baptist D1 North Delta Fr G 6’5″
Scott Hitchon Canisius D1 Whitby Sr F 6’8″
Khaleem Bennett Central Arkansas D1 Hamilton So G 6’4″
Olivier-Maxence Prosper Clemson D1 Montreal Fr W 6’8″
Isaac Hippolyte Coastal Carolina D1 Richmond Hill Jr F 6’7″
Malcolm Bailey Colgate D1 Stratford So F 6’10”
Sam Thomson Colgate D1 Otterrville Fr F 6’9″
Keeshawn Barthelemy Colorado D1 Montreal Fr G 6’2″
Kobe Antwi Columbia D1 Oakville Fr F 6’5″
Javonte Brown Connecticut D1 Toronto Fr C 7’0″
Aaryn Rai Dartmouth D1 Markham Sr F 6’6″
Jordy Tshimanga Dayton D1 Montreal R-Sr C 6’11”
Fahim Jenneto Delaware State D1 Ajax So F 6’7″
Kobey Lam Denver D1 Vaughan So G 6’2″
Kobe Elvis DePaul D1 Brampton Fr G 6’2″
Nick Ongenda DePaul D1 Mississauga So C 6’11”
Marquell Fraser Detroit-Mercy D1 Hamilton Gr G 6’5″
Jamar Ergas Dixie State D1 Toronto Sr G 6’4″
Okay Djamgouz Drake D1 Oakville R-Fr G 6’5″
Matey Juric Drexel D1 Toronto Jr G 5’11”
Junior Farquhar Eastern Illinois D1 Montreal Jr G 6’3″
Victor Radocaj Eastern Washington D1 Richmond Fr F 6’9″
Shamar Givance Evansville D1 Toronto Jr G 5’10”
Thomasi Gilgeous-Alexander Evansville D1 Hamilton R-Fr G 6’5″
Callum Baker Fairleigh Dickinson D1 Oakville So G 6’0″
Pier-Olivier Racine Fairleigh Dickinson D1 Montreal Fr F 6’8″
Jalen Warren Florida Gulf Coast D1 Milton Sr G 6’3″
Nathanael Jack Florida State D1 Mississauga Jr G 6’5″
Justice Prentice Fort Wayne D1 Toronto Fr G 6’1″
Bahaide Haidara George Mason D1 Montreal So G 6’6″
Jahvon Blair Georgetown D1 Brampton Sr G 6’4″
Andrew Nembhard Gonzaga D1 Aurora Jr G 6’5″
Sean Miller-Moore Grand Canyon D1 Toronto Sr G 6’4″
Danilo Djuricic Harvard D1 Brampton Sr F 6’8″
Joshua Hemmings Harvard D1 Toronto Fr F 6’9″
Luka Sakota Harvard D1 Toronto So G 6’6″
Noah Kirkwood Harvard D1 Ottawa Jr G 6’7″
James Jean-Marie Hawaii D1 Montreal Sr F 6’8″
Louth-Mohamed Coulibaly Holy Cross D1 Ottawa Fr F 6’8″
Deon Ejim Illinois-Chicago D1 Brampton R-So F 6’6″
Josh Morgan Incarnate Word D1 Brampton Fr G 6’3″
Kaosi Ezeagu Kansas State D1 Brampton R-So F 6’10”
Rudi Williams Kansas State D1 Hamilton Jr G 6’3″
Mike Nuga Kent State D1 Toronto Sr G 6’2″
Tegra Izay La Salle D1 Montreal Fr C 6’10”
Tarig Eisa Lamar D1 Toronto Jr F 6’8″
James Karnik Boston College D1 Surrey Sr F/C 6’9″
Ben Li Lehigh D1 Toronto Fr F 6’6″
Dominic Parolin Lehigh D1 Coquitlam Fr F/C 6’8″
Luke Howard Lipscomb D1 Vancouver Fr F 6’8″
Aher Uguak Loyola (IL) D1 Edmonton R-Sr F 6’7″
Ja’Shonte’ Wright-McLeish Maine D1 Montreal So G 6’4″
Stephane Ingo Maine D1 Mississauga R-So F 6’9″
Fofo Adetogun Maine D1 Regina Fr G 6’1″
Raheim Sullivan Marist D1 Toronto Jr G 6’1″
Koby McEwen Marquette D1 Toronto R-Sr G 6’4″
Jahmal Wright Maryland-Eastern Shore D1 Toronto R-Jr W 6’6″
Tafari Simms Milwaukee D1 Hamilton Jr F 6’7″
Marcus Carr Minnesota D1 Toronto R-Jr G 6’2″
Samuel Chaput Monmouth D1 Longueuil Jr G 6’0″
Abdul Mohamed Montana State D1 Ottawa Sr G/F 6’7″
Kellen Tynes Montana State D1 Dartmouth Fr G 6’3″
Dalano Banton Nebraska D1 Toronto Jr G 6’9″
Shamiel Stevenson Nebraska D1 Oakville So G 6’6″
Addison Patterson Nevada D1 Milton So G 6’6″
Blondeau Tchoukuiengo New Hampshire D1 Montreal R-Fr G 6’2″
Emmanuel Kuac New Mexico D1 Calgary So G 6’7″
Clayton Henry New Mexico State D1 Calgary R-Sr G 6’4″
Steven Levnaic Niagara D1 Hamilton R-So G 6’2″
Alexander Nwagha Northeastern D1 Milton Fr F 6’8″
Coleman Stucke Northeastern D1 Oakville Fr F 6’7″
Jahmyl Telfort Northeastern D1 Boucherville Fr G 6’7″
Kur Jockuch Northern Colorado D1 London Jr F 6’9″
Adong Makuoi Northern Illinois D1 Edmonton Jr C 6’9″
Trey Robinson Northern Kentucky D1 Hamilton Fr G 6’6″
Adham Eleeda Northern Kentucky D1 Kitchener Sr W 6’5″
Nikola Djogo Notre Dame D1 Hamilton Gr F 6’8″
Kevin Kangu Oakland D1 Burlington Sr G 6’4″
Matthew-Alexander Moncreiffe Oklahoma State D1 Brampton Fr F 6’7″
Elijah Lufile Oral Roberts D1 Milton R-Jr F/C 6’8″
Chris Duarte Oregon D1 Montreal Sr G 6’6″
Eugene Omoruyi Oregon D1 Toronto R-Sr F 6’6″
Maurice Calloo Oregon State D1 Windsor Jr F 6’10”
Jahbril Pryce-Noel Pacific D1 Toronto Jr G 6’7″
Matteus Case Pennsylvania D1 Toronto Fr G 6’5″
Ahmed Ali Portland D1 Toronto Sr G 5’11”
Clythus Griffith Portland D1 Mississauga Jr G 6’2″
Jaelin Llewellyn Princeton D1 Mississauga Jr G 6’2″
Jerome Desrosiers Princeton D1 Saint-Hyacinthe Sr F 6’7″
Zach Edey Purdue D1 Toronto Fr C 7’4″
Matt Grace Richmond D1 Hamilton Jr F 6’9″
Nathan Cayo Richmond D1 Montreal Sr F 6’7″
Anthony Longpre Saint Joseph’s D1 L’Assomption Sr F 6’10”
Richardson Maitre Samford D1 Montreal R-Sr G 6’3″
Sabry Philip San Diego D1 Edmonton So G 6’4″
Jaden Bediako Santa Clara D1 Brampton Fr C 6’10”
Josip Vrankic Santa Clara D1 Toronto Jr F 6’9″
Miguel Tomley Santa Clara D1 Surrey Fr G 6’3″
Tyrese Samuel Seton Hall D1 Montreal So F 6’10”
Steven Lazar Siena D1 Toronto Fr F 6’8″
Michael Matas SIU-Edwardsville D1 Oakville Fr F 6’8″
David Walker South Alabama D1 Toronto Jr G 6’3″
Howard Washington South Alabama D1 Buffalo Sr G 6’2″
A.J. Lawson South Carolina D1 Brampton Jr G 6’6″
Majok Madol South Carolina State D1
Prince Oduro South Florida D1 Toronto R-Jr F 6’8″
Elijah Ifejeh Southeastern Louisiana D1 Montreal Sr F 6’8″
J.D. Muila Southern Illinois D1 Ottawa Jr F 6’8″
Kyler Filewich Southern Illinois D1 Winnipeg Fr C 6’9″
Emmanuel Bandoumel Southern Methodist D1 Quebec City Jr G 6’4″
David Muenkat St. Francis (NY) D1 Brampton Jr F/C 6’7″
Wheza Panzo Stetson D1 Mississauga So W 6’7″
Alex Christie Stony Brook D1 Oakville Jr C 7’0″
Quincy Guerrier Syracuse D1 Montreal So F 6’7″
Shakur Daniel Tarleton State D1 Toronto Jr G 6’6″
Shakwon Barrett Tennessee State D1 Toronto Jr G 6’5″
Dane Quest Tennessee Tech D1 Toronto So G 6’6″
Emanuel Miller Texas A&M D1 Toronto So F 6’7″
Cashius McNeilly Texas A&M D1 Toronto Fr G 6’4″
Taryn Todd Texas Christian D1 Vaughan R-Fr G 6’5″
Brandyn Talbot Texas-Arlington D1 Newmarket Fr G 6’5″
Keshaun Saunders Toledo D1 Brampton So G 6’5″
Christopher Biekeu Towson D1 Montreal Fr F 6’7″
Damion Squire UC Davis D1 Montreal Jr G 6’0″
Emmanuel Tshimanga UC Irvine D1 Montreal R-Fr C 7’0″
Brandon Cyrus UC Santa Barbara D1 Oakville Sr G 6’5″
Max Cheylov UC Santa Barbara D1 Toronto Fr G 6’3″
Thomas Reid UMBC D1 Toronto Fr G 6’2″
Liam McChesney Utah State D1 Prince Rupert R-Fr F 6’10”
Fardaws Aimaq Utah Valley D1 Vancouver R-Jr C 6’11”
Ben Krikke Valparaiso D1 Edmonton So F 6’9″
Daniel Sackey Valparaiso D1 Winnipeg Jr G 5’9″
Trey Thomas Vanderbilt D1 Toronto Fr G 5’11”
Eric Beckett Vermont D1 Ajax So G 6’4″
Georges Lefebvre Vermont D1 Montreal Fr F 6’9″
Stef Smith Vermont D1 Ajax Sr G 6’2″
Jahcobi Neath Wake Forest D1 Toronto So G 6’3″
Jefferson Koulibaly Washington State D1 Montreal Fr G 6’3″
Gabe Osabuohien West Virginia D1 Toronto Sr F 6’7″
Kevin Osawe Western Kentucky D1 Toronto Jr F 6’6″
Patrick Emilien Western Michigan D1 Toronto Jr F 6’6″
William Boyer-Richard Western Michigan D1 Drummondville Jr G 6’1″
Eze Dike Yale D1 Montreal Jr G 6’2″
Christian Bentley Youngstown State D1 Brampton Jr G 6’3″
Shemar Rathan-Mayes Youngstown State D1 Scarborough Fr G 5’11”

 

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