One of the best shooters in the class of 2019 is Tennessee Prep’s Brandon Nicholas. In a recent game at Mustang Madness, he knocked down nine three-pointers in a game, followed by a game where he hit five three-pointers. Whistle 2 Whistle got a chance to see Nicholas again at The Grind Session’s Circuit Rider Shootout in Allen, Kentucky over the weekend and it was much of the same story.
Nicholas hit five three-pointers on his way to 17 points in his first game at the Circuit Rider Shootout, but was just as good on the defensive end as he notched 5 steals in a win over Mountain Mission (VA).
He’s a four-star guard that recently transferred from Jemison High School in Alabama. Nicholas can be effective in any system with his shooting touch, but is also a very willing defender and looks to jump in passing lanes and get things going in transition. Recently, he picked up an offer from Western Kentucky and also holds an offer from Kansas State.
He spoke on his recent success shooting the ball and what schools have been in the mix lately with his recruitment after game one at the Circuit Rider Shootout. You can check out the full interview below.