Sophomore SF (Oklahoma State) 6'7" 220 lbs. DOB: 6/30/1992
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2010-2011 Season (HS): 27 games, 22.6 points, 9.2 rebounds, 4.1 assists
2011-2012 Season (Fr): 28 games, 13.3 points, 5 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 2.6 turnovers, .6 steals, .4 blocks, 39.4/73.0/23.5%
July 12, 2011
Nash is the quintessential high upside prospect. He has an NBA body and he's on par with the league athletically. He also projects to be a plus defender at the college level, largely because of his strength and physicality.
Against high schoolers, Nash has the ability to get to the basket at will, but his offensive game isn't very advanced. He's also been reported to be somewhat of a headcase, which is part of the reason he ended up at Oklahoma State. The experts see him as a similar player and personality to Ron Artest at the next level.
July 8, 2012
Le'Bryan put up some good numbers as a freshman at Oklahoma State, but he was lackadaisical defensively at times and his shooting was too low. Nash even spent some time coming off the bench for the Cowboys last year, not a good sign for a first-round prospect on a team with a losing record. Nash needs to get his head right and really commit himself to the game. If he can take a step forward as a leader next year, he could sniff the lottery. If he fails to mature, he's a borderline first rounder once again.