The Casper College duo of Remi Dibo and Corey Spence have both had very good years so far and are trying to get Casper College to the NJCAA D1 National Tournament. Dibo and Spence both had great performances at our All-American JUCO Showcase Elite 80 in Las Vegas last summer and haven’t missed a beat during the season. Casper is 15-4/6-1 on the year and the Dibo/Spence combo is one of the main ingredients for their success.
Dibo, a native of Paris, France, is averaging 18 points and 6 rebounds per game this season and gets his points in a variety of ways. He is a 6-9 wing/forward who has a smooth game with a high skill level, especially for his size. Dibo can post up in the mid post and score with his back to the basket or step out on the perimeter and shoot the three/attack off the dribble. He is a good athlete who finishes above the rim. He is shooting 47% from the field and 45% from the three. Dibo is receiving interest from Georgia, Clemson, Mississippi State, Oklahoma State, Texas A & M, Texas Tech, Wyoming and Colorado State.
Spence, a Baltimore, MD native, is a strong, physical, ultra-quick point guard who constantly puts pressure on the D. He gets the ball to the paint consistently and is great in transition. He is a very good on ball defender as well. He has a 3 to 1 assist to turnover ratio and is averaging 10 points per game. Spence is receiving interest from Missouri State, Florida Atlantic, Univ. of San Francisco, Northern Colorado, Nebraska-Omaha and a handful of others.