Yes, Jim is Nolan's dad. But he's been cautious about overstepping himself in putting his son's name out there. It's likely that Nolan will receive some low division one interest. But it remains up in the air what level he belongs.
From what we can see of Nolan's individual game, he has the ability to knock down the open jumper. Areas that need to be worked on are taking his shot with his handle and lateral movement.
We had an opportunity to watch a couple of his games in the Rumble in the Bronx held on the campus of Fordham in the middle of June.
Nolan is working hard on getting stronger and quicker, two physical aspects that need to be improved over the next year for the rising senior.
He competed at the Columbia Elite camp too.
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.
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.