David Nickelberry

Windermere, FL
6' 6"
175 lbs
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UConn leads the way as the Huskies take the seat of the top class in 2017 within the American Athletic Conference.
Kansas prepares to host the best of the best while Georgia, Alabama and NC State look to be on commitment watch this weekend.
Butler and Northeastern lead the bunch of programs with commitments received from the week that was.
Memphis picks up the verbal commitment of the one of the best passers from the 2017 class, David Nickelberry.
Harvard, Duke, and Oklahoma are just a few that prepare to host the tops of the top from their 2017 recruiting board.
Kentucky, Duke, Oklahoma, and Harvard are just a few of the programs set to host their top target from the 2017 class.
David Nickelberry cuts things down to a final four with a visit already planned for next month.

One of the more versatile prospects within the junior class has begun to see his recruitment pick up steam. David Nickelberry, a 6-foot-7 point-forward type that can practically play the point guard to the power forwards spots on the floor, has had a great junior showing and received wide ranging interest and offers throughout the winter months.

The Each 1 Teach 1 Showcase brought in some of the best talent throughout the Sunshine State on Saturday. The state sure isn’t lacking in talent in the coming years and while there were a number of kids that have already established themselves as quality college recruits, there were others that enhanced their resumes during their time in Tampa. However, it was a notable group of five that really stood out amongst their peers, headlined by Darius Days, a 2018 forward out of The Rock School, that was the best performer out of everyone that laced up their shoes during the one-day event.