• Biography - Alex Ogundadegbe / Men's Basketball    
bu athletes
bu athletes    Class   Sophomore
bu athletes    Position   Forward
bu athletes  Height / Weight   6-8 / 225
bu athletes    Hometown   Mitchellville, Md.
bu athletes    High School   DeMatha Catholic

Freshman Season (2010-11): Saw action in 27 games with 13 starts ... averaged 10.7 minutes of action ... chipped in 1.6 points and 1.4 rebounds ... shot 44% from floor and 75% from free throw line ... began collegiate career with a bang, scoring season-high nine points in 14 minutes off the bench against Colgate in season-opener on Nov. 13 ... hit 4-of-5 from floor ... scored six points in season-high 31 minutes against Canisius on Nov. 30 ... team had five of its eight wins with him in starting lineup ... pulled down season-high five rebounds at Drexel on Nov. 28 ... recorded three steals againt Canisius on Nov. 30.

In High School: Member of one of the most storied high school programs in the nation in DeMatha Catholic ... Sports Illustrated recognized DeMatha as the No. 2 high school athletic program in the United States in 2005, and again in 2007 ... In 2009, it was named the top athletic program in Maryland ... team went a combined 62-8 over his last two seasons ... team captured Washington Catholic Athletic Conference (WCAC) and Washington, D.C. City titles in his junior and senior seasons ... transferred to DeMatha as a junior ... played behind 6-foot-9 center Mikael Hopkins, who will be attending Georgetown ... drew interest from University of Maryland as a football player.

Personal: Born March 28, 1991 ... parents are Ellis and Abeni Ogundadegbe ... enrolled in Harpur College.