#DENGTOP50 alumnus Sean Nealon-Lino, Kyle Jimenez and Callan Low make the final squad of 12 that will represent Team Scotland at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Current #7 ranked Sean Nealon-Lino has really started to show his talent this season showing out in NBL D1 with Kent Crusaders posting 14.6 PPG & 5.1 RPG moving him up 3 spots in the rankings.
2016 camper Kyle Jimenez makes the final cut who also just recently signed his first pro deal to BBL outfit Glasgow Rocks and 2017 camper Callan Low makes his own bit of history as the youngest player to make the Basketball team at just 17 years of age.
Commenting on his selection to Team Scotland, Low said:
“I feel incredible honoured to have been selected to represent Team Scotland at the Commonwealth Games. Playing for my country over the last few years has been the biggest achievement of my basketball career and I am thrilled to be given the opportunity to represent Scotland at such an important event.
“Being selected for the Commonwealth Games squad at the age of 17 is a dream come true and I have had my sights set on this for years.”
From everyone at Deng Camp we want to congratulate Sean, Kyle and Callan and wish them all the success representing their country.
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