Mississippi State men’s basketball has gone across the pond to add a player to its 2019 signing class. Coach Ben Howland announced today that seven footer Quinten Post, hailing from The Netherlands, will join the Bulldog roster for the upcoming season.
✍️ Join us in welcoming Quinten Post to our Bulldog family ✍️
— Mississippi State Basketball (@HailStateMBK) June 19, 2019
Post averaged nearly 16 points and 7 rebounds per game for his youth club, located in Berlin, Germany, and will also be competing for his home country in the FIBA U20 European Championships this July. Post becomes the 4th signee of the class for Mississippi State, and the first true frontcourt player in the group, joining swingman Elias King and guards Iverson Molinar and Devin Butts. Post will look to provide some quality depth on the low block, where the Bulldogs are a little thin after starters Reggie Perry and Abdul Ado.