- Famous Name
- Birth Name Rejean Elli
- Birth Place Tennesse
- Famous Name Boogie Ellis
- Birth Date December 12, 2000,
- Horoscope Sagittarius
- Height 6 ft 2 in
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity Afro-American
- Profession Basketball Player
- Currently Working For Memphis Tigers
- University attended Memphis University
- School attended Mission Bay high school
- Religion Christian
Rejean Ellis who is also known as Boogie Ellis is an American Basketball player and currently, he plays for the Memphis Tigers and before that he was a team member of Mission Bay high school basketball team.
Born on December 12, 2000,in Tennesse, he belongs to the Afro-American ethnic group. After completing his high school he was recruited by Duke Blue Devils but later on, he withdrew his name from the Devils and initiated his career and education at Memphis University.
Earnings and Monetary Benefits
Although Boogie is the point guard of Memphis Tigers men's basketball team, a year ago he enrolled at Duke Blue Devils where he did not stick long. He was committed to Blue Devils in 2018 where he was a teammate with players like Vernon Carey Jr and Matthew Hurt.
But Boogie withdraw his name from the Blue Devils after the return of Tre Jones and in one of his interview he said:
“I’m just looking for the best opportunity to play point guard. Everybody in the country knows I can score the ball, it’s about if I can run a team and get people open. Me and my family thought it was best that I reopen my recruitment so that I could go to the best place that was going to allow me to do that,”
No matter what, the 19 years old point guard is propelling his education and career with the University of Memphis where he is a vital part of the Memphis Tigers men's basketball team.
Boogie has shown an athletic ability since his childhood age and following his dream, he joined Mission Bay high school where he initiated his way to be a milestone in NBA.
Though for his NBA is a long way, so far his ability and hardship will lead his to the NBA league. Currently, he is the point guard of Memphis and also appeared at Jordan Brand Classic.