As the Clemson Tigers look forward to next year’s season, one of the players who is looking to be a major impact for them is their center, Landry Nnoko. Nnoko, a 6’10” and 250-pound native of Yaoundé, Cameroon, Africa, will be a junior this season.
Nnoko was able to come in his freshman year and play in all 31 games as the backup to veterans Devin Booker and Milton Jennings...
Clemson coach Brad Brownell announced at a booster event that big man, Landry Nnoko, had undergone surgery for a torn menisucs.
Rising junior center Landry Nnoko, who Brad Brownell is counting on to make a major step forward offensively next season in the absence of K.J. McDaniels, recently underwent surgery to repair a meniscus tear in a knee, Brownell told a gathering of...
CLEMSON - Even Landry Nnoko, the transplant from the capital of Cameroon, is familiar with just how big the stage can be in Madison Square Garden.
CLEMSON - Brad Brownell, Landry Nnoko and K.J. McDaniels meet with reporters before next week's trip to New York for the semifinals of the NIT.
CLEMSON - Landry Nnoko spent last Saturday doing what a number of his fellow Clemson students were probably doing -- laying in bed, writhing pain. But he wasn’t nursing a hangover.
CLEMSON - Brad Brownell wants Landry Nnoko to harness the mean-streak he discovered on Tuesday night against S.C. State.