Bobby Nash, a 6-6, 195 pound swingman from Iolani H.S. in Iolani, Hawaii, enjoyed a very productive July evaluation period.
Nash kicked off his summer at the adidas ABCD Camp in July, where he was one of the top sleepers with his reliable midrange jump shot. He continued his fine play with the Hawaii Raiders at the adidas Big Time Tournament, where he averaged nearly 21 points per game in five contests.
He ended the summer at a tournament on the island that was won by the New Jersey based Tim Thomas Playaz program. He played for his high school squad at that event.
Nash told Rivalshoops.com that West Virginia and Hawaii have shown the most interest in him this summer. The latter isn't surprising, since Bobby's dad is on Riley Wallace's staff at UH.
In addition to those two schools, Nash also mentioned Southern California and UNLV as suitors. USC has sent mostly mail, while a member of the Running Rebel staff recently made a call to the Nash household to speak with Bobby.
"I want to see what schools are the most interested in me," Nash said.
He has not planned any in-home or official visits to date, and for now, he seems to be approaching the recruiting process at a leisurely pace.
Nash averaged 16 points and 10 rebounds per game this past season at Iolani. He said he has already scored over an 820 on the SAT, but is working on improving his core grades for college.
We will keep you posted on Nash's recruitment as the fall approaches, so stay tuned!