FIBA u17: 1 on 1 with 2019 guard Andrew Nembhard

ZARAGOZA, Spain -- 2019 guard Andrew Nembhard spent the past week playing for Canada's u17 team. Scout caught up with him about the experience, his first offer and the other schools involved in his recruitment.

Evaluation Notes:

Canadian point guard Andrew Nembhard has emerged as one of the premier players at his position in the 2019 class.

Nembhard, who played in the Jordan Brand International game in April, is currently averaging 6.3 points and four assists through Canada's first three games in the FIBA u17 World Championships. Nembhard, who stands 6-foot-4, is a gifted passer with impressive vision. He's quick, has good vision and plays an unselfish brand of basketball. 

Nembhard plays with UPlay 16's on the spring and summer circuit.  

Schools Discussed In Video:

BaylorVirginia Tech & Michigan

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