Kedrick Flomo was born and raised in Winston-Salem, NC. His passion for the game of basketball started at the early age of 4 years old playing in local Winston-Salem YMCA Programs. Kedrick is truly a student of the game and a special talent. He attended North Forsyth High School, after graduating in 2014 he went on to play at a Top 35 Division I program at Murray State University.
At North Forsyth, Flomo had an unbelievable high school career. Owning 20+ Division I offers, he left as the school’s all-time leader in scoring and assist with 2,300 points and 407 assist. He was a three-time All-Northwest team select, two-time All-State performer, and named NCPreps.com 3A State Player of the Year his senior Year. He helped the Vikings and Coach Sean Vestal win a school-record 86 games in four seasons. At Murray State, Flomo was a part of a team that was ranked in the top 25 and won 26 straight games during the 2014-15 season. As a freshman, he was on a veteran team and played behind 2015 NBA lottery pick Cameron Payne now of the Chicago Bulls.
Flomo was poised to step into a bigger role at Murray State his sophomore season but two days before the start of the season he was abruptly diagnosed with a heart condition and had to undergo open heart surgery. After a Full recovery, it was decided by doctors and family that it was best for him to discontinue his competitive playing career for precautionary reasons.
Currently, Kedrick Flomo is working towards his degree in Community Therapeutic Recreation at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Still possessing his talent, he has dedicated himself to being a tool for other young athletes to reach their dreams. He began training with Kenneth Bates and LAAB Work at the age of 14 years old and seen the huge leaps he made as a player mentally, physically, emotionally. Ultimately, he is grateful for LAAB Work investing in him over the years and is ready to help other young athletes reach their goals and aspirations.