Notable Players listed in alphabetical order:
Arguably the best raw talent which played for London United. After a successful junior career, Ryan continued his studies at South Plains College NJCAA.
His professional career includes several seasons in the
BBL with Milton Keynes and London Capitals.
Elvisi played for London United between 2009-15 and progressed from U16 National League to being youngest ever captain in the professional BBL at the age of 19. Elvisi was a member of GB U20 squad and has played professionally in Kosovo and currently represents Albania in the senior national team.
Multi talented player who dominated the junior scene in between 1997-2000. Pierre has spent one year at Bossier Parish Community College (USA) then continued professional career in the BBL with Milton Keynes Lions and London Capitals.
Mercurial scorer and product of Idaho College played professionally in the BBL for Worcester Wolves. Andy played for United between 2009-11 and currently owns the renowned Crossfit Duo gym in Dubai.
Chris, who graduated from University of Wyoming, NCAA Div 1, played at London United in their first BBL season in 2006-07. An incredibly experienced player whose career included playing for the GB Senior team, Apollon Patras (Greece), RBC Verviers-Pepinster and Euphony Liège (Belgium),Mitteldeutscher BC (Germany). In the last season of his playing career he represented Pallacanestro Messina, Teramo Basket and Basket Trapani in Italy.
Chris is currently the Assistant Coach at Montana State University, NCAA Div 1.
After a season with German team Eisbaeren Bremenhaven, Tarrick joined London United in 2006/7 in their first ever season in the BBL.
Tarrick took the title of leading scorer in the BBL, averaging over 23ppg. Tarrick continued his career in Spain with Taragona, Gijon Baloncesto CB, L’Hospitalet and in Cyprus with Apoel.
Product of University of Portland, NCAA Div 1. After a professional career in Switzerland (BBC Nyon), Romania (CSU Sibiu) and the BBL (London Lions), Kramer joined London United in season 2014/15 to rejoin the BBL representing Surrey United. Kramer led the league in rebounding with 12rpg. Currently, Kramer is an Assistant Coach at the University of Portland.
Product of Coppin State University (NCAA Div 1) joined London United to represent Surrey United in the BBL in season 2013/14. A ferocious P/F, Ces finished as 2nd top rebounder in the league with 12.6rpg.
Along with Steve Vear, Walid was a member of the most dominant junior generation in London United history winning numerous national championships. Walid represented England on U20 level. His professional career included seasons in the BBL with Essex Pirates and several teams in Italy such as Basket Lanciano, Basket Cefalu and Virtus Gambolo.
Played for London United in season 2008. Ogo earned a scholarship at Lamar Community College and then transferred to St Bonaventure, NCAA Div 1. After graduating Ogo became a member of the GB Men’s Senior team and participated in Eurobasket 2011 and 2013. His professional career includes clubs such as Apoel (Cyprus), Aris Thessaloniki (Greece) and Viola Reggio Calabria (Italy).
Incredibly talented junior player who joined Ealing Tornados in 1995 and in 1997 led them to the first national title winning the U17 National Cup. Philip continued his education at New Mexico Military JC and North Alabama (NCAA Div 2). After graduating, Philip became a true globetrotter plying his trade in clubs like SPO Rouen (France), Milonas Athens (Greece) and BK SCE Decin (Czech Republic). Philip also had a very successful career in the BBL where he played for London Leopards, Scottish Rocks, Brighton Bears and Cheshire Jets.
Isiah joined London United in the middle of an incredibly difficult 2013/14 season to represent Surrey United in the BBL making an immediate impact. Incredibly, despite a serious injury of his shooting hand he managed to finish fifth top scorer in the league averaging 21.2 ppg. During the final game of the International Student Basketbal League tournament in Kazan Russia, in which he was voted to the All Stars Team, Isiah sustained a very serious achilles injury requiring surgery followed by 12 months rehabilitation. Tate has continued his career in Zamorano Spain in LEB Silver.
Isiah graduated from George Mason University NCAA Div 1.
Played for London United in seasons 2008-10 and subsequently earned full scholarship at Ryder University (NCAA Div1).
Along with Walid Mumuni, Steve was a member of the most dominant junior generation in London United history winning numerous national championships. Steve represented England at U20 level and played professionally in the BBL for Leicester Riders. Currently, Steve works as a CEO of the Loul Deng Foundation in Los Angeles