Prior to UTSA
Played two seasons at Miles College in Miles City, Montana, where he put up 1,132 points in just two prolific scoring seasons playing under coach Chase Tait … started all 30 games for the Pioneers as a sophomore in 2022-23, earning NJCAA All-America Honorable Mention and was selected as a 2023 NJCAA All-Star by the NJCAA Men's Basketball Coaches Association … averaged 21.6 ppg to lead Miles, ranking second in the Mon-Dak Athletic Conference and 14th in NJCAA Division I … shot 41.8 percent from the floor and racked up double figures in 28 games, knocking down 39 points against Dakota-Bottineau to top his five 30-point scoring performances in the 2022-23 season … was razor close to averaging a double-double with an average of 9.9 rebounds per game … recorded 16 double-digit rebounding games as a sophomore, highlighted by a 16-board outing versus Williston State … also added 2.3 assists and 1.3 steals per contest … as a freshman in 2021-22, started 30-of-31 games and scored 15.6 ppg while shooting 45.7 from the floor … collected 6.9 rebounds per game and recorded 31 assists, 27 steals and 11 blocks in his first season at Miles.

High School
Prepped at Houston's Alief Taylor High School under coach Frank Castanon and was recognized as one of the most improved AAU Summer players in the Greater Houston Area … senior season was cut short by injury while averaging 19.5 points, 7.8 rebounds and 1.8 steals per game … as a junior, he earned All-District 23-6A Honorable Mention after averaging 7.3 points and 4.9 rebounds per game … earned second place in silver brackets of the 2018-19 Katy Classic tournament.

Born on September 10 in Houston … is the son of John and Bola Adesipe … has two brothers, Abraham and Praise, and one sister, Faith … majoring in Multidisciplinary Studies and is interested in business management … not the first Division I student-athlete in the family – his brother, Abraham, played four years of football at Alabama State.