Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Nobal Days 2019 Superstar - He is, Who We Said He Was

If you follow youth basketball at an elite level you undoubtedly have heard the phase “middle school player rankings mean nothing” – well; clearly the top colleges and universities do not agree and find some value and accuracy in the finding of reputable scouting services such as introduced its readers to Nobel Days of Racine, Wisconsin over year ago in an article entitled “Nobel Days – A New Day is Dawning” we strongly encourage all reader to go back and read this article to see our position well in advance of this piece.

Well our predictions have come to fruition; Days who is currently ranked as the #10 player in the class of 2019 and #2 center is being sought after by multiple major conferences such as the Big 10 and ACC.  Days is the consummate teammate and one of the most humble and hardworking kids on the circuit – simply put as good as Nobel is on the court he an even better person off of it. 
Already being considered for selection to USA Basketball, Days whose skillset, size, and developmental trajectory already translate to up two levels – Nobel Days is your proverbial Blue Chip prospect and must be recognized immediately and moving forward as such.

A defensive stud with extraordinary length and timing; he challenges every shot in and out of his area. Days runs the floor like a gazelle and finishes well in transition as a above the rim player.  He has expanded his offensive game through hard work and is operating with excellent efficiency with his back to the basket.  The high release point on his shot makes him impossible to block and the improved touch on his shot is turning Days into a complete postman on both ends.  Improved footwork and fluidity; again as a 2019 player, is pushing Days to the top of all boards across the country.  Players like Nobel do not come along every “Day” and the country should know now – in MIDDLE SCHOOL, that you are watching a special player and a special person grow-up right before your eyes.

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