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Charles Bediako

Charles Bediako is a Canadian Basketball player. He rose his fame after 18 colleges offered him contracts, including some big names like Duke, Alabama, Texas, Ohio State, and many more. 

Charles Bediako has great footwork and obviously height advantages too. He usually plays from the center position creating a space for the playmaker. 

NameCharles Bediako
BirthdayMarch 10, 2002
Age18
GenderMale
Height6 Feet 9 Inches
NationalityCanadian
ProfessionBasketball Player
EducationSt. Marcellinus
Instagram@_charlesbediako
Twitter@CBediako

10 Facts About Charles Bediako

  1. Although the young Canadian basketball star Charles Bediako is quite famous, he doesn’t have Wikipedia yet. However, he has been successfully featured in some of the sports sites such a FIBA, 247 Sports, ESPN, etc. 
  2. Talking about Charles Bediako’s bio, there is not much information regarding his personal life. He hasn’t revealed a piece of information about his parents and siblings yet. But, he was born and raised in St. Catherine, Ontario, Canada. 
  3. Charles Bediako was born on 10th March of 2002 and is 18 years old as of now. 
  4. Charles Bediako’s height is 6 feet 10 inches and weighs around 98 Kg as of December 2020. 
  5. Talking about Charles Bediako’s nationality, he is Canadian and belongs to African-American ethnicity. 
  6. Charles Bediako goes by the name @charlesbediako on Instagram and has around 4.7k fan followers.
  7. He is also active on Twitter with 1.5k followers. He usually shares his game-related posts on social media. You guys can go and explore his social media. 
  8. Talking about Charles Bediako’s physical appearance, he has brown eyes and black hair color. 
  9. Charles is currently playing for IMG academy in his senior year. Prior to that, he played from Andrews Osbourne. 
  10. Class of 2021 Charles Bediako received an offer from 18 colleges. However, in July 2020, he announced his top 10 choices. And, as of now, he has cut his list of five colleges and the final five include Duke, Alabama, Texas, Michigan, and Ohio State.