Bobby Nash, a 6-6, 195 pound shooting guard/swingman from Iolani H.S. in Iolani, Hawaii, has been one of the more pleasant surprises this week at the adidas ABCD Camp.
In particular, Nash has impressed us with his midrange jump stroke and overall active player for the Hornets squad at the camp.
Nash told the Insiders Report/Rivalshoops.com that he has seen recruiting interest thus far from West Virginia, Hawaii, Loyola Marymount, Princeton and Pepperdine.
Bobby's dad is an assistant coach at Hawaii, but he says that he is going to let the recruiting process play out before making any decisions. Because he lives so far away from the U.S. mainland, many coaches only get the chance to see Nash play during the summer.
This past season at Iolani, Nash averaged 16 points, 10 rebounds, nine assists, two steals and nine blocks per game.
While he did not want to divulge his GPA, Nash said he has received a qualifying test score on the SAT.
After the ABCD Camp, Nash plans on attending the Pump's West Coast All-Star Camp at Cal-State Dominguez Hills. He had originally hoped to play with Darren Matsubara's EBO traveling squad this summer, but due to the NCAA's 100-mile rule, he might play with Glen Takara's Hawaii Raiders instead.
We'll be out in Las Vegas to cover the Big Time, and we will let you know at that time.