Former Lakewood High School basketball star, and Long Beach resident Patrick Rembert is a strong guard with a stocky build, and a crazy quick first step! Standing at 6'1 and 185lbs of pure muscle the freight train of a PG is a force to be reckoned with when attacking the rim with a full head of steam. In his senior year at Lakewood Rembert averaged a whopping 21.8pts a game, adding 6.3assts, and 4.2rebs to go along with that. He scored a career high 38 points against Long Beach Poly, recorded 10rebs, and 10assts against Cabrillo High, and on top of that Rembert was named first team all CIF his senior year. After high school the crafty guard continued his career at UC Irvine where as a true freshmen he experienced the high intensity of college basketball, and welcomed it with open arms starting the last 3 games in the Big West Tournament, one of which he had a season high 12pts in a big win over top-seeded UC Santa Barbara. Rembert kept consistent with his play throughout his college career leading UCI in assists his Sophmore season with 85, and followed up with 81 assists, and 21 steals his Junior season, and as a senior he made himself a prominent factor on offense averaging 12.2ppg, and shooting just under 80% from the freethrow line. Rembert is currently playing overseas in Qatar, but always makes his way back home to participate in The Drew League.