Who Is Daniel Batcho? Everything To Know About The Texas Tech Forward

Who Is Daniel Batcho? Everything To Know About The Texas Tech Forward

Daniel Batcho is unlikely to play this season after breaking a kneecap in 2018 and recovering from surgery.

The video taken by the Daily Star before Arizona’s defeat to USC on Thursday shows Daniel Batcho’s knee is healing well. However, according to Sean Miller, the French freshman’s head coach is unlikely to play this season.

While earning attention as one of the top players in 2018 for the European U16 Championships, he shattered his kneecap. Batcho missed the entire 2018-19 season because of his injury.

After his knee gave him continuous trouble, Batcho had knee surgery in late October in 2021 to correct a cartilage issue. It has been reported that even if played this season, he would not lose a year of eligibility.

He would be re-evaluated in January, according to the program.

Who Are Daniel Batcho Parents? Their Ethnicity Revealed

Daniel Batcho was born to his parents in France in the year 2002. He has yet to come forward with their names. However, he has revealed that his mother used to play basketball in a recent interview. 

His mother stood at 6’2” and played for Belarus’ national team some years ago. His father was never a player himself. According to a few articles, it has come out Batcho’s father has origins not only in France but also in the West African Country Benin. 

As ethnicity is a touchy subject, Daniel Batcho has not needed to reveal it to the fans and the public. At the moment, not much is known about his personal life apart from his professional career.

Daniel Batcho Age And Height Revealed

Daniel Batcho is 20 years of age. The basketball player was born on January 10, 2002. Having six feet eight inches, Daniel plays as a power forward.

Recently, Daniel was seen competing in the NCAA for the Texas Tech Red Raiders. Batcho holds four years of collegiate eligibility after transferring from the University of Arizona.

Before moving to the United States to play for Arizona, he played for the Centre Federal du Basketball (CFBB). He led the U18 CFBB Paris to a runner-up finish in the Euroleague Basketball Next Generation Tournament.

In February 2020, Batcho was voted MVP of Belgrade’s Euroleague Basketball Next Generation Tournament. As one of the best international prospects in the 2020 class, he signed with the Wildcats.




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