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#21 Wesley Dickinson
Position: Forward
Height: 6'7"
Weight: 220
Year: Freshman
Hometown: Bergenfield, N.J.
High School: Dwight-Englewood/Peddie School
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HIGH SCHOOL
Four-time letterman and three-time captain for coach Eli Goldberger at Dwight-Englewood School before taking a post-grad year at the Peddie School for coach Joe Rulewich ... named first-team all-league all four years at Dwight-Englewood, twice first-team all-county ... also second-team All-New Jersey as a senior, third team as a junior ... averaged 18.4 points, nine rebounds, three assists and two blocks as a senior ... led his team to Bergen County Scholastic League championships each of his last two years as well with records of 25-4 and 23-6 ... went on to earn first-team All-Mid-Atlantic Prep League honors while averaging nearly 17 points a game for the Falcons as a post-grad ... National Society of High School Scholars ... participated in the finance club and was co-president of Helping Out People Everywhere (HOPE).

PERSONAL
Full name is Wesley Joseph Dickinson ... born on Oct. 8, 1994 ... only child of Mark and Theresa ... parents both did graduate work at Harvard... plans on going into business after graduation ... also has an artistic streak likely inherited from his mother who is an art proprietor ... enjoys music, drawing and reading, as well as playing chess.

CORMIER ON DICKINSON
Wes is an excellent rebounder and a very quick jumper, attributes that will help us immediately on the defensive end. He likely will be our best shot blocker as well. He does have a back-to-the-basket game, but he has never really been called upon to be a high-producing scorer. As he develops, he will make more and more of an impact at the offensive end during his four years at Dartmouth.

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