Andrew Nembhard
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Andrew Nembhard: 2022 Draft Prospect

Height: 6-4
Weight: 195
Position: PG
College: Gonzaga
Age: 22

2021-2022 Season Stats
PPG: 11.8
RPG: 3.4
APG: 5.8
BLK: 0.1
STL: 1.6

Player Bio
Courtesy of Gonzaga Athletics

SENIOR (2021-22): Named Preseason All-West Coast Conference … Named WCC Player of the Week … Named to All-WCC First Team … Named WCC Tournament Most Outstanding Player and First-Team All-Tournament … Named a Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year Finalist … Named to the USBWA All-District IX Team … Led the team to a WCC Championship and a Sweet Sixteen Appearance in the NCAA Tournament … Recorded the highest assist total in program history in an NCAA Tournament game with 11 against Georgia State … Made 5 threes against Memphis tying him for sixth most in program history in an NCAA Tournament game … Led the WCC in assists per game at 5.7 giving him a total of 184 on the year … Was Top 15 in the nation in both assists per game and total assists …  Ended seventh in the nation in assist to turnover ratio at 2.97 … Finished fourth in the WCC for steals per game at 1.6, a total of 51 in the season and a career-high 6 against BYU … Started all 32 games and led the team in minutes with 1024 on the season, 8 times playing the entire game … Surpassed 1000 career points averaging 11.8 per game and a season high 24 against UCLA … Recorded 14 assists versus Pepperdine, the third best in program history … 108 total rebounds, of which 94 were defensively … .452 field goal percentage, .383 three point percentage, .873 free throw percentage.  

JUNIOR (2020-21): Named WCC Player of the Week … Named USBWA/CBS Player of the Week … Named to All-WCC Second Team … Named WCC Sixth Man of the Year … Played in all 32 games, starting in 16 of them for a total of 957 minutes … Twice recorded Top-10 most single-game assists in program history at the NCAA Tournament with eight … Averaged 9.2 points per game with a field goal percentage of 48.0% ... Scored a season-high 19 points against West Virginia … Led the team in total assists with 140 on the season, averaging 4.4 per game … Recorded at least eight assists in five different contests throughout the season, with a season-high 10 coming against San Diego … 76 total rebounds, of which 70 were defensively … 34 steals … .754 free throw percentage.

AT FLORIDA: started all 67 games since coming to Florida, totaled 636 points (9.5 ppg) and 367 assists (5.5 apg) … Improved his scoring average by 3.2 points per game in his sophomore season, averaging 11.2 points after 8.0 during his freshman campaign … Started all 36 games as a freshman and posted 196 assists, the fourth-highest single-season total in Florida history and second-most by a freshman … His 3-pointer with 1.2 seconds left lifted Florida to a victory in the SEC Tournament quarterfinals vs. ninth-ranked LSU and helped the Gators secure their third straight NCAA Tournament bid … The first Florida freshman to start every game of the season since Bradley Beal did so in 2011-12.

SOPHOMORE (2019-20): Averaged 11.2 points, 5.6 assists and 3.0 rebounds, starting all 31 games and playing a team-high 33.3 minutes per game … He led the SEC with a 2.2 assist/turnover ratio and ranked second with 5.6 assists per game … His 173 assists ranked as the No. 8 single-season total in UF history, becoming one of three players to appear on UF’s single-season assists top-10 list twice (Nick Calathes, Erving Walker) … Posted four 20-point games … Was a driving force between two massive comeback wins, scoring 25 points vs. both Alabama and Georgia. In coming back from 21 points down vs. Alabama, Nembhard scored 15 of his 25 in the final five minutes of regulation and the overtime periods. Rallying from 22 down vs. Georgia, Nembhard scored 14 points over the final seven minutes … Earned his first career double-double with 21 points and 10 assists in the win at South Carolina, then added another with 15 points and 10 dimes at LSU. He joins Tremont Waters (LSU) and Tyler Ulis (Kentucky) as the only players over the past 5 seasons to have multiple points/assists double-doubles in SEC play … Posted 13 assists vs. Long Beach State, the most by a Gator since Nick Calathes (2009) and only the fourth Gator to hit that mark in a game since 1996 (Corey Brewer, 2005; Jason Williams, 1997).

FRESHMAN (2018-19): 2019 SEC All Freshman Team … SEC Freshman of the Week (12/3/18; co-FOW 2/18/19) … Averaged 8.0 points, 5.4 assists and 2.9 rebounds while starting in all 36 games and playing a team-high 32.9 minutes per game … His 2.6 assist-to-turnover ratio ranked third in the SEC, while his 5.4 assists per game rated fifth and 32.9 minutes ranked seventh … His 194 assists marked the No. 4 single season mark in Florida history and No. 2 for a freshman (Nick Calathes, 221, 2007-08) … Starting alongside fellow freshmen Keyontae Johnson and Noah Locke, Nembhard was part of the first freshman trio to start at Florida since 1999 when LaDarius Halton, Udonis Haslen and Mike Miller started together … Hit the game-winning 3-pointer with 1.2 seconds left in Florida’s SEC Tournament quarterfinal victory over ninth-ranked LSU, scoring 20 and dishing six assists with no turnovers in the game that helped assure UF of its third straight NCAA Tournament berth … Became the first SEC player in over 20 years to make 9+ field goals in a game without a miss in a conference game, scoring 21 points on 9-for-9 shooting in the Gators’ win at Alabama. The last was Tennessee’s Isiah Victor, who went 9-for-9 in a loss at Florida on Jan. 23, 1999 … The eighth SEC player and second SEC freshman since the 1996-97 season to dish 11+ assists without a turnover, doing so vs. North Florida. His 11 assists vs. UNF combined with KeVaughn Allen’s seven marked the third-highest combined total by two Florida teammates in a game and the most since Corey Brewer (13) and Taurean Green (six) combined for 19 on Dec. 18, 2005, against Jacksonville … Became the first Gator to start in his freshman debut since KeVaughn Allen and the first point guard since Kasey Hill … Joined Hill and Matt Walsh as the only UF freshmen since 2000 to start, score in double figures and dish at least four assists in their debut.

HIGH SCHOOL: Helped lead Montverde Academy to a high school national championship at the Geico Nationals tournament, including a 13-assist outing in the championship game … Arguably the best passer in the 2018 recruiting class, Nembhard rated as a five-star point guard with most media outlets.

INTERNATIONAL: Led Canada to a silver medal at the 2018 FIBA U18 Americas, averaging 15.7 points and 8.8 assists over the course of six games. Nembhard scored 28 points vs. Argentina and had 17 assists in the semifinals vs. Puerto Rico … Has also competed with Canada’s senior national team, playing in FIBA World Cup qualifying games during Summer 2018 and the FIBA World Cup in 2019.

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