One of the top 2019 prospects in Wisconsin Nobal Days has had a busy spring and summer playing in the Nike EYBL and participating in the prestigious NBPA TOP 100 camp.  The 6-9 forward has a great feel for the game and perfects all of the little things which is why he holds over 10+ high major offers.  He has proven that he doesn’t need to score at a high rate to be the most active and productive player on the floor.  He has always been extremely active on the glass on both ends of the floor.  With his height he can see over defenders and make some passes that big forwards usually don’t make.

“My passing, basketball IQ, defense, versatility, and that I’m just a good teammate,” Days said when asked about his strengths.

“It’s been going pretty good for our team we had a few injuries but other than that I feel we played well through out and played team basketball which is hard to find on these EYBL,” Days said when asked about his experience playing with Howard Pulley of the EYBL.

Days has been earning scholarships left and right the past couple of years. He plans on taking visits in August and September after the travel season ends. When asked about the schools that are showing the most interest right now he mentioned Boston College, Wisconsin, Princeton, and Tulane.

Boston College - “I like Boston College because of their location and I like the conference they’re in.”

Wisconsin - “They're close to home and they’re in a good conference as well.”

Princeton - “Princeton is the triple threat with athletics, academics, and its an excellent location."                      

Tulane - “I like Tulane because they have coach Dunleavy who’s coached at all the different levels of basketball.”

Right now Days is focused on the upcoming July and he’s another one to keep track of uncommitted 2019 prospects in the Midwest.