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Keeshawn Palmer transferring from Northern Oklahoma College - Jul 21, 2016


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Keeshawn Palmer (6'6''-F) is transferring from Northern Oklahoma College, and is looking for a new junior college for his sophomore season. Palmer, a 6'6 forward, played in 33 games for NOC in 2015-16 averaging 4.4 points and 3.3 rebounds while connecting on better than 56% of his shots from the field. Palmer was a standout performer at Chicago Vocational as a prep where he as an All-City performer as a senior. Palmer was recognized as a freshman at NOC for his academic excellence.
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