Posted On: 09/2/19 10:24 AM

Six-foot-10 center Malik Lamin transferred from DeLaSalle (MN) to Shadow Mountain last year earning a season's worth of experience and improvement out west. Prep Hoops caught up with Malik to talk about the year, and what's next!

Lamin played with Shadow Mountain last winter, a team that went 26-3 and was led by Jaelen House (at Arizona State), Jovan Blacksher (Grand Canyon), Jalen Williams (Nevada football), and 2022 standout Devenotes Cobbs.  Lamin was a five and five guy for this stacked team. 

"Going out west it’s super hot, but besides that (playing at Shadow Mountain) showed me how to take care of myself, being responsible and making sure I get my school work done," Lamin said.  "It was fun playing for a top five high school team, getting faster and getting in better shape. Just playing on a higher level."

Lamin recently made the decision to transfer to the other side of the country for a post-graduate year. 

"I’m reclassifying to the class of 2020 and will attend CBA prep in North Carolina," Malik explained. "It’s going to be great still playing at a high level playing against Oak Hill, Huntington

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