Bol Manute Bol is an American-Sudanese basketball player in the Pac-12 Conference for the Oregon Ducks who has recently declared himself for the NBA draft 2019. Besides, he also played for the United States National Team in several events including 2017 FIBA Under-19 Basketball World Cup.
Also a top NBA prospect, Bol Bol is projected to be picked in the first round in the 2019 NBA Draft. The details regarding the salary, net worth, and love affair of Bol Bol is discussed below. Scroll down to find more about him.
The five-star rated recruit Bol Bol is still in his college career so he might not have made much but he is estimated to have a satisfactory net worth of above $200,000 as of 2019.
Bol is among the top prospects in his college career and that's why he might have been paid a decent amount annually from his team despite NCAA has warned the colleges to not pay salary to the players. As per the sources, the college basketball players earn an average salary of between $30,000 to $45,000 whereas the experienced and senior players might earn more than $50,000.
Since he is yet to be drafted, so we cannot say how much he will earn after his 2019 NBA draft but it can be assumed that he might receive the contract worth $15 million for 4 years as he is among the top 15 prospects. He might be paid around $7 million as a signing bonus and earn the annual average salary of about $2 million.
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Bol Manute Bol is currently single and doesn't have a girlfriend right now since it is confirmed by some of the trusted website's sources. It can also be confirmed by exploring his official social sites since he hasn't shared anything about his love affair.
Bol has straight sexual orientation and he is a low-profile man because he never shares his personal life details neither to the media nor to the general public.
There are no clues or hints reported from which his hobbies and passions can be included. Besides, he is a career-focused and spends most of his time on basketball in is practicing hard for his upcoming NBA draft in 2019. He has very much supportive parents since his father was also a basketball player of his time who died at the age of 47 due to Kidney disease.
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Bol Bol is an attractive individual who is 2.18 meters (7 feet 0.15 inches) tall and weighs around 107 kilograms (235 lbs). Currently, he is 20 years old.
Bol Bol was born on November 16, 1999, in Sudan, Khartoum to parents Ajok Kuag and Manute Bol. Bol is Sudanese-American by nationality and belongs to the mixed ethnic group. Bol Bol was named such because of his grandfather name which is Bol Chol Bol.
He is from a Dinka tribe and his grandfather was the chief of the tribe. In his childhood due to the acquisition of being an American spy in Sudanese civil war, the family fled to Egypt and later they moved to the United States as political refugees.
Bol Bol is a famous college basketball player who is waiting to be drafted in the 2019 NBA draft and has shown outstanding performance in the high school and college career.
Bol Bol started his high school career with the Blue Valley Northwest High School located in Overland Park, Kansas where he played for the junior varsity team. Later due to traveling problem he joined the BishopMiege High School in Roeland Park where he played in his freshman season.
He was among the top 5 prospects in 2018 ranked by 247 sports. He played for several other high schools including Mater Dei High School and Findlay. Besides him, some other famous basketball players are also the product of Mater Dei High School and some of them are Kaleena Mosqueda-Lewis( WNBA player).
Bol Bol attended the Oregon University over the University Of Kentucky for his University career and started his career from 2018 season. Chris Boucher, the famous NBA player was also from the Oregon University and played for the Oregon Ducks.
Besides his college and high school career, Bol also played for the United States National team and represented the USA team in several international tournaments including 2017 FIBA Under-19 Basketball World Cup.