Nevada's class of 2019 recruiting tracker (Johncarlos Reyes commits)

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The Nevada basketball team is putting together its 2019 recruiting class, the first under new coach Steve Alford, and we'll keep track of the progress on this page. You can bookmark it for future reference. Here is a look at the Wolf Pack's 2019 class.

Commitments: SF Eric Parrish (6-6/195, three stars, No. 7 JuCo product); PG/SG Kane Milling (6-4/165, unrated); PF Zane Meeks (6-9/210, three stars); SG Desmond Cambridge (6-4/180, Brown transfer); PF/C Warren Washington (6-11/210, Oregon State transfer); SF/PF Robby Robinson III (6-7/225, three stars); PF/C Johncarlos Reyes (6-10/225, Boston College transfer)

Known official visitors: Eric Parrish (Oct. 13; committed to Nevada); Kuany Kuany (April 27; committed to Cal); Zane Meeks (May 4; committed to Nevada); Desmond Cambridge (May 5; committed to Nevada); Warren Washington (May 24; committed to Nevada); Jaume Sorolla (May 28; committed to Cincinnati); Josaphat Bilau (June 10; committed to Wichita State); Johncarlos Reyes (July 4; committed to Nevada)

Remaining scholarships: Two

Players committed for 2019-20 roster: Seniors: Jazz Johnson, Nisré Zouzoua, Lindsey Drew, Johncarlos Reyes. Juniors: Jalen Harris, Eric Parrish, Desmond Cambridge (will be redshirting). Sophomore: Robby Robinson III, Warren Washington (will be redshirting). Freshmen: K.J. Hymes, Kane Milling, Zane Meeks. Full details on the roster here.

Signed players

Eric Parrish

Position: Small forward

Size: 6-foot-6, 195 pounds

Previous school: Bossier Parish Community College

2018-19 stats: 18.4 ppg, 8.7 rpg, 6.4 apg, 2.1 spg, 1.0 bpg, 53.8 FG%, 32 3PT%, 86.6 FT%

In short: Parrish was the first commitment in Nevada's 2019 class, doing so under Eric Musselman. He then asked for his release following the coaching change before re-pledging to Nevada. The Louisiana JuCo player of the year had Division I experience after starting his career at Akron. He's a potential All-Mountain West player who has the versatility to play a number of positions and fill a number of roles. He was the perfect fit for Nevada's "position-less basketball" scheme Musselman ran and is a likely starter for the Wolf Pack under Alford.

Full story: Link here

Kane Milling

Position: Combo guard

Size: 6-foot-4, 165 pounds

Previous school: Espoirs Limoges in France

2018-19 stats: 14.4 ppg, 5.8 rpg, 3.2 apg, 1.5 apg, 38 FG%, 32.9 3PT%

In short: Milling was the first player to commit to Nevada under Alford, but he was discovered by Wolf Pack assistant Craig Neal, who was working in Monaco and saw the 18-year-old playing in the Espoirs League (a 21-and-under league in France). Capable of playing both guard positions, Milling does have American roots as his father played college ball in the United States and Milling lived in the San Diego area for two years and played AAU ball with a SoCal team each of the last two summers. Given the Wolf Pack's backcourt depth, Milling is a long-term play for Nevada.

Full story: Link here

Zane Meeks

Position: Power forward

Size: 6-foot-9, 210 pounds

Previous school: Brewster Academy

2018-19 stats: 9.8 ppg, 80 made 3-pointers at a 44.5 percent rate

In short: Meeks was a solid prospect in the Midwest playing for Shawnee Mission East High in Prairie Village, Kan., but his offers really picked up after he spent his senior season at Brewster Academy, a prep power in New Hampshire. He largely got offers from low-majors but has excellent size to go with excellent shooting ability. He has deep 3-point range and could be a valuable floor spacer out of the power forward position. Meeks has a high basketball IQ and good bloodlines as both of his parents played college basketball. He's also used to excellent competition and played alongside seven seniors headed to the Power 5 level.

Full story: Link here

Desmond Cambridge

Position: Shooting guard

Size: 6-foot-4, 180 pounds

Previous school: Brown University

2018-19 stats: 15.7 ppg, 3.8 rpg, 1.7 bpg, 1.0 spg, 37.2 FG%, 31.8 3PT%, 77.2 FT% (at Brown)

In short: The transfer from Brown was the Ivy League Rookie of the Year in 2017-18 before averaging 15.7 points (fourth in the Ivy league) as a sophomore. He's a really athletic shooting guard who will look to improve his efficiency at Nevada. In two college seasons, Cambridge has 17 games of 20-plus points, 12 games of 25-plus points and seven games of 29-plus points in his career. He's a high-volume 3-point shooter with 11 games making at least five 3-pointers. Cambridge must sit out a season under transfer rules, but he'll have two years of eligibility with the Wolf Pack and should add a valuable scoring punch.

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Warren Washington

Position: Power forward

Size: 6-foot-11, 210 pounds

Previous school: Oregon State

2018-19 stats: 7.8 mpg, 1.3 ppg, 1.4 rpg, 53.6 FG% (at Oregon State)

In short: Nevada recruited Washington out of high school (the Wolf Pack was the first school to offer him a scholarship) but he ended up signing with Oregon State, where he played sparingly last season. The 6-foot-11, 210-pound forward from San Marcos, Calif., put his name in the transfer portal in late April and drew immediate interest from Missouri, Marquette, Nebraska, San Diego State, San Diego, New Mexico and UNLV, among others. He took official visits to Nevada and San Diego and must sit one season before having three years of eligibility with Nevada starting in 2020-21. Washington was a three-star recruit in high school who drew offers from Cal, Utah, Rutgers, Butler, San Diego State and others. He's a raw prospect but has ideal length and size who will get a year of development during his redshirt season. He's the kind of high-ceiling player mid-majors schools love to have.

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Robby Robinson III

Position: Combo forward

Size: 6-foot-8, 225 pounds

Previous school: San Diego City College

2018-19 stats: 28.9 mpg, 15.3 ppg, 10 rpg, 2 apg, 1.7 spg, 1.5 bpg, 45.3 FG%, 39.4 3PT%, 74.6 FT%

In short: Robinson was a standout high school player in San Diego before playing one season of junior-college ball, where he stuffed the stat sheet, averaging a double-double (15.3 points, 10 rebounds per game) while also tallying at least 1.5 assists, blocks and steals. He's a quality shooter, having hit nearly 40 percent of his threes last season. Robinson will have three years of eligibility at Nevada and adds some size to the Wolf Pack frontcourt, which is thin and inexperienced at the college level. Robinson is the most veteran member of Nevada's power forward/center rotation. As a high school senior, Robinson averaged 20 points, 13.6 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game against quality competition at Kearney High. Robinson's father was a high-level player whose college career at San Diego Mesa College was curtailed when he got in a car accident during his freshman season. Robinson could figure into solid minutes as a stretch power forward for Nevada this season.

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Johncarlos Reyes

Position: Power forward/center

Size: 6-foot-10, 225 pounds

Previous school: Boston College

2018-19 stats: 6.1 mpg, 1.9 ppg, 1.0 rpg, 61.9 FG%, 40 FT%

In short: Reyes received limited playing time during his four seasons at Boston College, never averaging more than 10.4 minutes per game, so a move from the ACC to the Mountain West should open some playing time up, especially on Nevada's roster, which is thin on experienced big men. Reyes averaged 2.2 points and 1.7 rebounds per game during his tenure with the Eagles but could start for the Wolf Pack.

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