|(Photo credit: Dave Burman)|
| Hometown Newspaper:
Delaware County Times
|From Dave Burman at 105.5 WCHX: "Nasir is a strong, hard-working ball player, who takes the game very seriously. Nasir wants to get all his teammates involved to ensure victory. He is the perfect example of a Chester Clipper basketball player."|
|Robinson's College Interest:
Miami, Villanova, Pittsburgh, Virginia, Connecticut, Florida State, Seton Hall, St. Joe's and Tennessee are all showing s interest. Robinson, however, has still only received limited interest from his favorite school, Kentucky.
(Credit: Jerry Meyer)
High School Coach:
|Rated in the Top
100 by three of the nation's top recruiting services:
Prystal Scouting Service
National Collegiate Combine
Rivals ranks Nasir as No. 45 in the class of 2008. They say "he stands out on the court."
Prystal says, "At any pick-up game if you want to stay on the court, he would be your first choice. He can flat-out play!"
The National Collegiate Combine rates him "as a top prospect."
Chester is in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, with a population of 36,854 at the 2000 census. Chester's most famous son may well be John Morton, who cast the deciding vote on the Declaration of Independence. However, two recent citizens, Jameer Nelson and Bo Ryan have moved up to the top five. Nelson is the point guard of the Orlando Magic and alumnus of St. Joseph's University, and led the Chester High School Clippers to a PIAA State Championship in 2000. Wisconsin men's basketball coach Bo Ryan is also a Chester native.
| High School:
Chester H. S.
200 West 9th St.
Chester, PA 17023
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