They are now four to be under contract until 2023. After Digué Diawara’s recent extension, it is Quentin Ruel (22 years, 2.02 m) who has decided to stay one more year in Finistère. Ruel rejoined Diawara, Paul-Lou Duwiquet and Théo Léon in the ranks of the Breton formation. Bronze medalist with the U20 national selection at the last World Cup in 2019, Ruel is signing in for the first time in his young professional career.
At the height of his 22 years, the French strongman confirms what one had seen of him in Rouen: a modern interior profile, taken on the long -distance shoot. Its statistics are similar to those of the previous year: 6.7 points to 57.6% on shots including 32.1% to 3-points and 3 rebounds for 6.6 evaluations in 19.1 minutes. play on average. Quentin Ruel had won the audience in the Michel Gloaguen room at the entrance of the game: his Leaders Cup campaign had been notable with an average of 11 points and 4 rebounds on the 7 contested matches.
Otherwise, Quentin Ruel continued his son’s “road trip” to the clubs in front of the Atlantique. The native of Lisieux knows only clubs from the West of France! Flamanville-Les-Pieux first, then Cherbourg, Caen, Cholet, Rouen and therefore Quimper from 2021.