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Andrew Nembhard to Reclassify to 2018 Class

Andrew Nembhard Reclass FIBA

Andrew Nembhard, the 6-foot-4 point guard from Montverde (FL) Academy, has decided to reclassify from the Class of 2019 to 2018, as first reported by Pat Lawless of MADE Hoops.

“My recruitment increased after the first period of July,” Nembhard told D1Vision writer Felipe Souza on Thursday. ” College coaches are contacting my dad more often.”

Nembhard currently holds offers from schools such as Baylor, Florida, Missouri, Oklahoma, Stanford, USC, Villanova, and Virginia Tech, among others. Before his decision to reclassify, he was ranked by 247Sports as the No. 18 overall player in the Class of 2019 and the No. 4 overall point guard.

“I’d like to cut my list in the fall while I get into the high school season at Montverde Academy,” Nembhard said. “Nothing is planned. When the Montverde calendar is revealed, I will make those decisions. ”

Many schools have been eyeing Nembhard for 2018, as he told MADE Hoops.

“Well, I have been talking to some coaches and they have said that I have the potential to play earlier,” he said. “It all depends on my situation at that time.”

“Most of the schools that have been keeping in contact with me are Stanford, Virginia, Villanova, Oklahoma, Michigan, Virginia Tech and Florida,” Nembard reported.

Nembhard’s teammate at Montverde and the No. 1 ranked player in the Class of 2019, RJ Barrett is also looking towards a possible reclassification. There has been no official announcement from the Barrett camp as to whether he will remain 2019 or reclassify up to the 2018 class, but 247Sports strongly expects the 6-6 small forward to move into the 2018 class.

Arizona, UCLA, USC, Kentucky, Texas, Kansas, UNLV, South Carolina, Illinois, Duke, Oregon, and Michigan were among the schools to reach out to Barrett in June when college coaches began reaching out to 2019 players.

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2 Comments

  1. Drew Ebanks

    July 29, 2017 6:01 pm at 6:01 pm

    Hey guys. Andrew Nembhard didn’t play for Canada at the U19, Worlds.

    • Chip Miller

      July 31, 2017 6:31 am at 6:31 am

      Thanks Drew. Corrected on our end. Thanks for the read.