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Nazeer Bostick
Nazeer  Bostick

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Philadelphia, Pa.

High School:
Roman Catholic

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 203

Position:
Guard

Major:
Division of Undergraduate Studies


03/09/2018

Big Ten 2nd Round: vs. Northwestern

Penn State tops Northwestern in the second round of the Big Ten Tournament, 65-57

02/25/2018

Penn State vs. Nebraska (USATSI)

Penn State vs. Nebraska (USATSI) Men's Basketball

02/15/2018

Penn State vs Ohio State (USATSI)

Penn State vs Ohio State

02/12/2018

Penn State vs. Illinois (USATSI)

Penn State vs. Illinois (USATSI) Men's Basketball

02/03/2018

Penn State vs. Iowa (USATSI)

Penn State vs. Iowa (USATSI) 02-03-2018

Nazeer Bostick 2017-18 Profile PDF

AS A SOPHOMORE (2017-18)

• Played in 35 games with three starts.
• Sliced first-half deficit vs. Temple to five points with critical jumper and 3-pointer in final 69 seconds of first half. Went 4-4 for game, 1-1 from behind the arc and had 12 points and three rebounds on night.
• Averaged 3.0 rebounds in three Big Ten Tournament games with high of four vs. Ohio State.
• Scored seven points and had three assists at Illinois. Also delivered inbound pass to Carr for bucket with 3.7 seconds left in first half to give Nittany Lions lead going into the break.
• Thunderous dunk vs. Rutgers broke backboard camera.
• Hit a jumper in overtime to help defeat Nebraska and finished with a then-Big Ten-best seven points.
• Earned his third start of season and career at Indiana and played 25 minutes. Had five points off two field goals.
• Played 19 minutes vs. Northwestern and had his fourth block in five games.
• Scored five points and had one rebound in eight minutes at Maryland.
• Played 18 minutes vs. Coppin State scoring seven points with two treys. Also had sky-high block.
• Made his first career three-pointer vs. Rider. Recorded first block of 2017-18.
• Started at George Mason and scored six points, had four rebounds and two assists.
• Gave quality minutes on defense at Iowa and had seven minutes with one assist vs. Wisconsin.
• Went 6-6 from the free throw line at N.C. State and added three rebounds, an assist and a steal.
• Shared team lead in scoring with Jamari Wheeler with 14 points vs. Oral Roberts (11/24). Tied his career high with five field goals against Golden Eagles.
• Had 10 points off 4-5 shooting against Pittsburgh and had career bests in assists (4) and steals (4).
• Had 10 points vs. Columbia, going 6-6 from the free throw line. Pulled down a career-best eight rebounds.
• Upped his minutes on the court to 22 vs. Montana.
• Scored then-career-best 12 points in 20 minutes of action vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (11-12).
• Inserted into the starting lineup vs. Columbia due to injuries to guards Tony Carr and Josh Reaves.
• Had four points, two steals and two rebounds in 15 minutes of play in the opener vs. Campbell.

AS A FRESHMAN (2016-17)

• Saw action in 18 games and 11 conference contests...Missed last six games with a hand injury
• Averaged 6.7 minutes per game for the season, but started to contribute more from the bench with double figures in minutes vs. No. 24 Maryland, at Illinois and at Nebraska
• Totaled season- and career-best seven points vs. Grand Canyon with three field goals and a successful trip to the charity stripe
• Also pulled down two defensive rebounds and registered an assist and a steal vs. the Lopes
• Scored four points vs. Maryland shooting 2-2 from the field and pulled down two rebounds
• Made the most of his time vs. Terps, registering a block and a steal
• Perfect from the line with five made and five attempts in 2016-17
• Had a career-best two steals at Nebraska and picked up a block.

PRIOR TO PENN STATE

ESPN three-star recruit and No. 7-rated player from Pennsylvania...Helped lead Roman Catholic to back-to-back PIAA AAAA State Championships, along with teammates Tony Carr and Lamar Stevens...Named First Team All-Pennsylvania by the PA Sports Writers) and Second Team All-Philadelphia by the Philadelphia Daily News following senior season after being third-team honoree as a junior...Played with AAU team "Team Final," averaging 8.5 ppg and 5.1 rpg in 2015...Finished as runner-up in 2016 Donofrio Classic with Team Hardnett.

PERSONAL
Born Nazeer Saltan Bostick on Jan. 4, 1997...Son of Tanisha Bostick and Shareef Tillman...Has one brother, Shareef Tillman, and one sister, Aquila Mohammed.

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