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Height: 6-10   Weight: 230   Hometown: Fayetteville, NC (Northwood Temple Academy HS)   Class: 2013
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From fayobserver.com:

The 6-foot-10 forward has made a splash on the court in his first season at Northwood Temple. He averaged 17 points, 12 rebounds and three blocks per game, and the individual honors have rolled in. He was named the Carolina Christian Conference Player of the Year and selected to the NCISAA 1-A all-state team. The Eagles captured the regular-season and CCC tournament titles.

For that individual and team performance, Djitte is The Fayetteville Observer's All-Cape Fear Region Player of the Year.

Read the full article here

Dijitte will be visiting Clemson on April 12th. He took a previous visit to Clemson back in January. Old Dominion is another school he would like to visit before he makes a decision. He plans to study engineering in college.

He is a huge frontcourt need with the graduation of Milton Jennings and Devin Booker and also the recent transfer news of Bernard Sullivan.

The recruit's biggest attributes are rebounding and shot-blocking.

As a senior, he averaged 17 points, 12 rebounds and 3 blocks per game.

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