Hart showed he not only was more sure of himself with the basketball but displayed more quickness on both ends of the court.
A tough competitor who can hit the deep ball, he led the Albany area with three-pointers made on 50 percent shooting.
Considered a terrific student too, Nolan is hearing from several Ivy League basketball programs. Among the schools showing serious interest -- Dartmouth, Harvard, Columbia, and Pennsylvania.
An excellent student too, Nolan has some solid division one interest from quality academic institutions. Among the schools watching his progress -- Columbia, Dartmouth and Harvard. In addition, Fairfield and Fordham have been previously mentioned as schools of interest.
PREVIOUS EVALUATION REPORT:
Nolan destroyed a talented Bishop Loughlin (Brooklyn, New York) defense for 21 second-half points to help his team win a thrilling 92-87 victory.
Hart hit for 11 straight points in the second half to help his team overcome a slight deficit at 66-65.
Quick release helps his ability to drain three-pointers.
*Nolan will compete this spring and summer for the The Albany City Rocks AAU program.