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Rutgers Clifford Omoruyi baptizes 7-foot-4 Zach Edey

Rutgers Scarlett Knights Clifford Omoruyi climbed Mountain Edey and baptized the rising seven-foot-four Canadian basketball giant.

Seven-foot-four Canadian bigmen Zach Edey has been one of the most improved and efficient NCAA college basketball players this season.

Edey, a nightmare to deal, has dominated all-year long, causing chaos for opposing bigs and coaching staffs. The Toronto, Ontario native has helped Purdue to the top of the Big Ten standings.

During their second conference match-up, Rutgers Clifford Omoruyi, a six-foot-eleven, 240-pound forward from Benin City, Nigeria, decided he had enough of Edey and the Purdue Boilemarkers.

Trailing by eight points at 30-22 in the first-half, Omoruyi found himself open off a sweet bounce pass and elevate with a one-hand sledgehammer dunk that dropped the big fella to the hardwood.

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