By CHUCKIE MAGGIO
The St. Bonaventure men’s basketball team scored a recruit north of the border on Thursday when Justin Ndjock-Tadjore verbally committed to play for Bona, according to a source.
Ndjock-Tadjore, a 6-foot-7 guard from Gatineau, Quebec, marks Bonaventure’s first incoming freshman commitment and second commitment of the spring after Wake Forest transfer Quadry Adams announced his decision last week. He can sign his National Letter of Intent when the regular signing period begins on April 14 and will have four years of eligibility.
Canadian powerhouse Carleton University offered Ndjock-Tadjore, as well as Mid-American Conference (MAC) member Ball State. He last played prep school basketball for Cegep de l’Outaouais and travel ball for Under Armour Canadian Elite.