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2020 Williston State College (ND guard Kobey Lam has become an attractive student-athlete for many college coaches around the country.
Lam, known for his ability to score, has started to pick up offers, adding Ball State and Coastal Carolina in the past few days.
Montana State has also offered with Pepperdine, Loyola Marymount and Southern Idaho showing interest.
“They like that I’m able to score on three different levels,” Lam explained. “And make plays.”
Despite the coronavirus slowing down the recruitment of most players, Lam has progressed right along. He is comfortable with his recruitment at this point and has plans to narrow down soon.
“I’m still narrowing it down,” he said. “But, I’m not going to rush this process.”
Lam is a qualifier with three years to play.
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