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Born in London, England, Babalola played for St. Augustine Preparatory School in Richland, New Jersey, where he won a state championship in his sophomore season. He went on to team with Pops Mensah Bonsu during his senior season in high school.
The 6ft6 power forward attended Clemson University before signing for Italian basketball team Roseto Basket in 2005 and soon after moving to Jämtland Basket in the Swedish Obol Basketball League. Early in 2006 Babalola returned to his homeland to sign for British Basketball League team Newcastle Eagles, making his debut against the Guildford Heat on 3 February 2006. Three months later Babalola won the "clean sweep" of trophies with the Eagles. He also represented the British University national team in 2005.
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