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Nevada basketball's class of 2020 recruiting tracker (Tre Coleman commits)

Steve Alford
Steve Alford is putting together Nevada's 202 recruiting class. (Nick Beaton/Nevada athletics)

The Nevada basketball team is putting together its 2020 recruiting class, the second under 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 2020 class. All commitments are only verbal until November's signing period when players can sign binding national letters of intent.

Signed players: PG/SG Alem Huseinovic (6-3/180; unrated prospect); PF DeAndre Henry (6-8/230; unrated prospect); PG/SG Daniel Foster (6-6/185; unrated prospect); PG/SG Jelani Clark (6-3/175; unrated prospect), SF Tre Coleman (6-7/185; three stars)

Decommitments: SF Justin Johnson (6-7/190; unrated prospect)

Known official visitors (for 2020 class): Justin Johnson (Aug. 30; committed to Nevada before decommitting); DeAndre Henry (Aug. 30; committed to Nevada); Justice Hill (Sept. 13; uncommitted); Tre Coleman (Sept. 20; committed); Isaiah Richards (Oct. 14); Jelani Clark (Nov. 8; committed to Nevada)

Known official visitors (for 2021 class): Nick Davidson (Nov. 1)

Remaining scholarships: One

Players scheduled for 2020-21 roster

Seniors: SG Jalen Harris, PF Zach Williams (walk-on)

Juniors: PF Robby Robinson, SG Desmond Cambridge

Sophomore: PG Kane Milling, PF Zane Meeks, C K.J. Hymes, C Warren Washington, PG Gabe Bansuelo (walk-on), SG Khristion Courseault (walk-on)

Freshmen: PF DeAndre Henry, PG/SG Alem Huseinovic, PG/SG Daniel Foster, PG/SG Jelani Clark; SF Tre Coleman

Committed players

Alem Huseinovic

Position: Combo guard

Size: 6-foot-3, 180 pounds

School: PHHoenix Prep Academy (not a typo on PHHoenix)

2018-19 stats: 14.2 ppg, 2.9 rpg, 1.2 apg, 1.0 spg, 47 FG%, 39 3PT%, 77 FT%

In short: Huseinovic was the first commitment in the 2020 class, picking Nevada over an offer from UC Riverside. He could end up being a steal as he's had success at the international level playing for Bosnia's youth national teams. Huseinovic is a combo guard who averaged 14.2 points per game as a junior for Chaparral High. Huseinovic transferred to PHHoenix Prep Academy for his senior season. The first-year program won't play in Arizona's AIA, so he'll be traveling across the country playing other prep academies, making it more or less an AAU team during the academic year. "He's one of the best shooters I've ever coached," PHHoenix Prep Academy architect John Ortega told the Arizona Republic. "His basketball IQ is off the charts and his ability to defend on ball is second to none." Said Huseinovic of the move to PHHoenix Prep: "I feel it's the best decision for me because it will help me prepare for the next level."

DeAndre Henry

Position: Power forward

Size: 6-foot-8, 230 pounds

School: PHHoenix Prep Academy (not a typo on PHHoenix)

2018-19 stats: 12.2 ppg, 10.2 rpg, 1.5 bpg, 62 FG%, 72 FT%

In short: Henry was a higher-ranked football recruit than basketball recruit early in his high school career, earning offers from Arizona State, Memphis and Kansas State, but he gave up the sport to focus on basketball and cut his weight from 255 to 230 pounds. Playing for one of the best prep basketball programs in the West last season, Henry averaged a double-double as a junior (12.2 points, 10.2 rebounds). Among the schools interested/offering Henry were Grand Canyon, Portland State, South Dakota, Northern Arizona, North Carolina A&T, Air Force, Northern Colorado, Montana State, Loyola Marymount, Loyola-Chicago and Cornell. Henry is an unranked prospect, but one relatively new to putting his full focus on basketball, so he could have a lot of upside ahead.

Daniel Foster

Position: Combo guard

Size: 6-foot-6, 185 pounds

School: Golden State Preparatory School (Melbourne, Australia)

2018-19 stats: Not available

In short: Foster is the third player born overseas Nevada has signed/received a commitment from under Steve Alford, which is a vast change from his predecessor Eric Musselman, who did sign a single international player. He joins Kane Milling (France) and Alem Huseinovic (Bosnia) among Alford's foreign-born players (although Huseinovic now lives in Arizona). Foster is a big guard capable of playing either spot in the backcourt. He grew up in Western Australian before a move to Melbourne, which helped elevate the level of competition he's faced. He's gone on multiple tours of the United States, which increased his exposure to to American colleges, and has played against elite competition in Victoria (the state in which he lives in Australia). Foster also had offers to Lipscomb, Kansas City, Hartford, Portland, UC Riverside and Eastern Washington but committed to Nevada the day after the Wolf Pack offered him a scholarship. Foster is an unrated prospect. You can read a Q&A with him here.

Jelani Clark

Position: Combo guard

Size: 6-foot-3, 175 pounds

School: Archbishop Riordan High (San Francisco)

2018-19 stats: 15.5 ppg, 6.1 rpg, 3.4 apg, 2.0 spg,

In short: Clark is the third combo guard commitment in Nevada's 2020 class. He's an athletic and productive guard who has played against good competition in high school, including playing for the high-level AAU team the Oakland Soliders. The Wolf Pack has pursued him hard in recent weeks and that culminated in a verbal commitment following his official visit. Clark is an unrated prospect on and but had offers from San Francisco, Hampton, Hawaii and Loyola Marymount. Clark has taken official visits to Hawaii and LMU.

Tre Coleman

Position: Small forward

Size: 6-foot-7, 185 pounds

School: Jeffersonville (Ind.) High

2018-19 stats: 16 ppg, 6.4 rpg, 2.5 apg, 2.0 spg, 2.1 bpg, 59 FG%, 38 3PT%, 65 FT%

In short: Coleman took an official visit to Nevada in September but didn't publicly commit until signing day. He's the highest-rated player in the class, and the only one with a star rating on 247Sports, which lists him as three-star prospect and the No. 270-ranked player in the class. Rivals ranks Coleman as a three-star recruit while ESPN does not have a profile page for him. Coleman also had offers from Nebraska, New Orleans, Indiana State, Ball State, Duquesne , Kent State, IUPUI, Akron, Murray State, Miami (Ohio), Wisconsin-Green Bay, Western Michigan, Evansville, Mercer and Monmouth. Coleman is an athletic and strong wing player, which is an area of need for the Wolf Pack after this season. He's been a highly efficient and versatile player in high school, shooting at a high rate from the field and 3-point line while being a strong defender.


Justin Johnson

Position: Small forward

Size: 6-foot-7, 190 pounds

School: South Georgia Tech (Cordele, Ga.)

2018-19 stats: 18.9 ppg, 6.3 rpg, 1.4 spg, 1.3 apg, 46.7 FG%, 30 3PT%, 59.6 FT%

In short: Johnson committed to Nevada in August before decommitting in October.

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