Osmundson, who can man both guard positions, played only two years at Champagnat Catholic High School after moving to the United States from Uruguay ... before then was a member of the Uruguayan Junior National Team ... tough kid who is a good passer and sees the floor well ... accustomed to running and pushing the tempo ... also recruited by Florida State, Duke, North Carolina State, Iowa, Georgia Teach, UCLA, Mississippi State and UTEP ... singed with Utah in the fall of 2000 ... last name is pronounced Ah-sih-mah-nee.
Named all-state and all-Miami Dade County as a senior ... ranked 93rd in ESPN.com's Top 100 Recruits and 20th among point guards ... averaged 13.8 points, 10.8 assists and 8.2 rebounds in 2000-01 ... shot 56.2 percent from the field, 34.0 percent from three-point range and 78.1 percent from the free throw line ... as a junior, averaged 9.0 points and 5.0 assists, and shot 40 percent from beyond the arc ... led Champagnat Catholic to a No. 15 national ranking by USA Today in 2000-01 ... played on teams that won district, regional and state championships in 1999-00, as well as district and regional titles in 2000-01 ... named the MVP of the Hooters National Tournament and the Collegetown Classic at the University of Florida as a senior ... made the all-tournament team at the South Florida Tournament ... coached by Gaston Rodriguez ... ranked third in his class with a 3.82 GPA and made the honor roll ... Student-Athlete Award winner in his class ... also played on Team Breakdown in AAU tournaments ... led team to the title at the Spice and Run Tournament in Indiana, garnering all-tournament recognition.
Uruguayan National Team
Played in four tournaments for the under 21 team ... guided team to a third-place finish in the South American Tournament as the starting point guard ... led the team in assists (5.8 apg) and was second in points (12.2 ppg) ... also led team to an eighth-place finish in the Pan American Tournament, ranking second in the tournament in assists (3.8 apg) and steals (2.2 spg) ... also second on the team in scoring (10.0 ppg).
Martin Osimani is son of Luis E. Osimani and Alicia Silveira ... born May 22, 1981 in Montevideo, Uruguay ... undecided on a major.