Lenjo Kilo PF/C – 6’8, 240lbs – Born 31st August 1993 Delaware Blue Coats Kilo joined the G-League this year with quite the disparate CV behind him. He spent his first two college years at Division II Seton Hill (not Hall), then spent two more at the University of the District of Columbia (also Division II), then moving to Savannah State as a senior. He averaged 9.5 points, 5.5 rebounds and 0.8 blocks per game there, and thus far on his pro CV can boast the Luxembourgian second division, a stint in Paraguay, a disjointed year in Argentina and a stint in the ABA before his two games and four minutes with the Blue Coats. In theory, Kilo is the kind of player who can combine physical post and paint play with some catch-and-shoot range. But in practice, he has only played at low levels thus far, and has been foul- and turnover-prone in the process. [2020 UPDATE: Retired and returned to school to get a masters.] – 20th June, 2019 This above is extracted from the following page in the The Basketball Manifesto, an entirely free 3,775 page, 1.2 million word-ish basketball reference book which contains reviews, strategies, ideas, opinions, and a whole lot of scouting on men’s world basketball. – View tons more player profiles like this from the Manifesto here.