Makur Maker Basketball, Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Girlfriend, Nationality, and Net Worth

Makur Maker Biography and Wiki

Makur Maker is a Kenyan -Australian basketball player and a consensus five-star recruit. He devoted to play college basketball for Howard, and became the highest-ranked player in the modern recruiting era to devote to HBCU (a historically black college or university).

Makur was born in Nairobi, Kenya and grew up in Perth, Australia prior to playing high school basketball in North America. He is cousins with Thon Maker and Matur Maker who are also basketball players. Before he decided to focus on basketball, Makur quit football as a striker. He attended St. Andrews Catholic Primary School and then joined Irene McCormack Catholic College for secondary school after completing his primary education.

Makur Maker Age

He was born in Nairobi,Kenya on November 4, 2000 and grew up in Perth, Australia. Makur is 20 years in 2020 and celebrates his birthday on November 4 every year.

Makur Maker Height

Drawing from his photos, Maker is tall in stature. His height is around 6 feet 11 inches (Approx 2.1 m).

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Makur Maker Family

He was born to South Sudanese parents in Nairobi, Kenya. They moved to Perth, Australia when he was one year old. Makur played along with his older brothers for Quinns Football Club. He has five older brothers and one sister.  However, there is no much information in regards to his parents.

Makur Maker Girlfriend

Makur is quite reserved when it comes to matters of the heart. He has not been seen in any romantic relationship which is believed that he is probably single. However, Makur is focusing on basketball more at the moment.

Makur Maker Nationality/Ethnicity

He is a Kenyan Australian by Nationality. Makur belongs to Sudanese-Australian ethnicity.

Makur Maker Basketball

Maker relocated to the United States in 2015, and started his freshman in west Hills, Los Angeles at Chaminade College Preparatory Schools.He had to live away from his family for quite some time.As a freshman, Maker scored an average of 9.5 points, 8.2 rebounds, and 2.5 blocks per game. Makur transferred to The Tech Academy in 2016, which is a prep school in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario where he played basketball for Prolific Prep North.He was attracted to the program by his cousins Than Maker and Matur Maker who were also basketball players.

In addition,his cousins brought him under the supervision of Ed Smith a mentor, who had ushered them during their own basketball profession. Makur joined the basketball group with Matur where he played in the National Preparatory Association. In the following year, The Tech Academy closed and as a result, Maker had to home school. he encountered a foot injury that sidelined him for the 2017 – 2018 season.In 2018, he moved to Orange Lutheran High School, in Orange, California.He received All-Trinity League and Orange County Register All-County second team honors as a junior.

Maker came across qualified questions entering his senior season as he had already drained his eight semesters of qualification. Instead of pursuing a waiver from the California Interscholastic Federation to carry on playing for Orange Lutheran, he moved to Pacific Academy prep school in Irvine, California, where he continued his career with the Center of International basketball Academy, which is an affiliated program. It was announced on October 17, 2019, that Makur had submitted his paperwork to explore his qualifications for the 2020 NBA draft. He later transferred to Hillcrest Prep in Phoenix, Arizona on December 18 for the remainder of his season. On April 25, 2020 he announced for the 2020 NBA draft.In spite of finishing two credits short of high school graduation, maker was allowed qualifications by the NBA.

Makur Maker UCLA

Maker was one of the top centers in the 2020 recruiting class and a consensus five-star recruit. He chose Howard University over UCLA, Memphis, and Kentucky. He made the announcement on July 3 which was unexpected in college basketball recruiting. This made him the highest-ranked recruit in the modern recruiting era to commit to a historical black college or university (HBCU). Maker made this decision to inspire future likelihood to play for HBCU platforms.

Makur Maker Net Worth

Having been a basketball player  for quite some time, Makur is able to accumulate a good fortune. His net worth could be around $800,000 – over 2 Million.

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