One of Wisconsin's top 2019 prospects Nobal Days is off to a great start to the high school season leading his Racine Park team to a 9-1 record.  Days is averaging 9 points a game, 6.7 assists, 4 blocks, 2 steals, and is leading the state in rebounds per game with an average of 14.7.  "My role is to be the anchor of the team because being one of the leaders I make sure everyone is playing their game and doing what they do well," Days said  

Having posted multiple triple doubles this season and even a quadruple-double earlier in the season Days is as productive as they get.  "Being able to get them to play well takes pressure off me and makes it easier to get those triple doubles," Days said.  Racine Park is having a very good season.  They are very balanced and have a lot of players that can score.  "We are doing pretty good right now but we still have a lot of work to do.  We are putting ourselves in a good position for the rest of the season with the way we are playing and coming together," Days said.  They have a legitimate chance in making a run this March during the WIAA playoffs.

The 6-9 forward has a very high IQ and a great feel for the game which allows him to be a very good passing big.  His ceiling is high and he is still improving in many parts of the game every time I get the chance to watch him.  As he continues to develop and work hard he can become a very productive player at the high major level.  He is a leader and a very high character kid that excels in the classroom as well.  

Days currently holds offers from Boston College, Depaul, Wisconsin, Illinois, Kansas State, Nebraska, Northwestern, Tulane, UNLV, Saint Louis, and Marquette.  Also hearing from Stanford, Princeton, Purdue, Notre Dame, Ohio State, and Butler.  Days isn't sure when he will make a decision but he has been thinking it will come after the grassroots season.  

Days played with the Playground Elite last summer during the grassroots travel season.