Former UNC Wilmington star Keith Rendleman certainly had a great career for the Seahawks and that 4 year run has put him on the radar of NBA teams. Today, he got to show his skills to the hometown Charlotte Bobcats.
Rendleman was a great football and basketball star at East Lincoln High School, but made basketball his sport as he took his talents to UNCW.
As a junior, he averaged a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds per game.
As a senior, he once again averaged a double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds.
He was a double-double machine as he led the nation with 20 this past season including 9 straight to end the year.
He leaves the Seahawks program as the program's all time leading rebounder with 1,055.
It is his jump shot thought that the 6 foot 8 forward wants teams to remember as he has the ability to spread the floor and be more than a power forward that he exclusively was in college.
The goal for Rendleman is to get onto an NBA summer league team and try to impress enough to make an NBA roster for the 2013-14 season.
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