Less than a year ago, 6-11 2023 Baye Fall (Lutheran/Parker CO) arrived at the 2019 Pangos Junior All-American Camp for top middle school players in Cerritos College CA as an intriguing young African import with great length and it didn’t take long for the media and scouts in attendance to realize that he had an impressive skill set and drive to match.  Fall’s excellent play there earned him camp MVP honors, joining a impressive list of past camp MVPs that include DeAndre Ayton, Stanley Johnson, Tyler Dorsey, Jalen Green and Devin Askew.

Playing for the Colorado Hawks AAU squad last summer, Fall was one of the most promising prospects at this past August’s Earl Watson Fantastic 40 tourney in Las Vegas NV. Playing up in the 17u division with his Hawks 16u team, Baye showed national scouts there in attendance like Van Coleman, Eric Bossi (Rivals) and John Stovall (ESPN) that he was a long and agile center with a nice touch on his jump shot as well as being a very formidable shot-blocker.

Sengal native is currently averaging 21.3 points, 11.2 rebounds and 3.5 blocks per game for his 15-2 Lutheran team who is one of the favorites this season in Colorado’s 3-A division.

It hasn’t taken long for major colleges to notice as Arkansas, Baylor, Colorado, Texas, Tennessee, Arizona State, Minnesota, Washington State and New Mexico have all expressed serious interest.

Currently ranked #8 in the national freshman class by Nothing But Magazine, Baye is just scratching the surface of his immense potential and is a name we will all be hearing more about during next 3 years and beyond.