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2016 forward Mamadou Ndiaye visits Seton Hall

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A source has said that the versatile 6-foot-7 forward is looking to set up another unofficial to Seton Hall's South Orange, New Jersey campus later this week.

Mamadou and BMore's Finest AAU coach Ken Gibson
Mamadou and BMore's Finest AAU coach Ken Gibson

Seton Hall received an unofficial visit from BMore's Finest and Oakland Mills (Md.) forward Mamadou Ndiaye on Saturday. Here is my story from Friday on how the "super athlete" is set to graduate in the spring, but is leaning toward a post-graduate year while currently favoring Temple and Seton Hall.

Mamadou told SouthOrangeJuice.com that the visit, which included a look at Seton Hall's on-campus facilities and locker room, went well. He added that he liked the Hall's campus and nearby downtown South Orange.

A source has said that the versatile 6-foot-7 forward is looking to set up another unofficial to Seton Hall's campus later this week. A date isn't set in stone yet, but it sounds likely that a visit on Friday night for Seton Hall's Tip-Off Party/Midnight Madness makes the most sense for both parties. Ndiaye would like to sit down with Kevin Willard to hear the head coach's future plans for him.

Mamadou Ndiaye visited Temple unofficially a little over a week ago with former McDonald's All-American and Owls star Mark Karcher; the BMore's Finest AAU program was founded by and is currently directed by Karcher. Temple's coaching staff currently prefers to take Ndiaye as part of the Class of 2015 with a redshirt likely for his freshman season. As of now, Seton Hall wants him as part of their 2016 recruiting class.