The Arkansas State and the Little Rock basketball community are mourning the death of Rakeem Dickerson. Former Red Wolves Guard, Rakeem Dickerson is reportedly death. Rakeem Dickerson passed away on Sunday June 28 2020.

Rakeem suited up for A-State from 2011 to 2014. The Little Rock native led the Red Wolves in assists (67) in the 2012-13 season. His best performance in scarlet and black came against Troy. Dickerson recorded 19 points, 6 assists, 3 rebounds, & 3 steals on February 1st, 2014.

Rakeem Dickerson death was announced on Facebook by The Little Rock Lightning. The post reads “It is with deep sadness and hurt that we have lost a great talent and overall person in Rakeem Dickerson.
Rakeem’s talent and smile lit up the gym yesterday. He undoubtedly was going to light up the league this season. Rakeem earned a roster spot, and he will be honored next season. In honor of Rakeem no one will wear the number 6.”

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Aba Music City Jazz also reacted to the sudden demise of Rakeem Dickerson in an official Facebook post they wrote “It is with a heavy heart that as the owner of the Music City Jazz, I have to say Rest In Peace 🕊 to one of our very own.. Mr Rakeem Dickerson. We will always remember his humble demeanor & his huge smile. He was fun to be around and always showed me great respect. To his family & friends we offer our condolences and we will keep you in our thoughts and prayers ”

Tributes Floods Twitter

Few Things You Need To Know About Rakeem Dickerson

Rakeem Dickerson studied at University of Central Missouri

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He also studied at Arkansas State University

He Went to Brehm Preparatory School

He Went to Hall High School

He Lives in Nashville, Tennessee

Rakeem Dickerson hails from Little Rock, Arkansas