Plains guard to leave early

When heading to the plains of the Midwest you can come across many junior college basketball programs with great settings. The Mon-Dak Conference host some great facilities and JucoJunction is talking about one program today with a outstanding combo guard. Read more about this combo guard in this article right here on your source for junior college basketball.
Blake Nash will be leaving after this season from Williston State College in North Dakota. Tetons head coach Hunter Berg informed JucoJunction today that Nash will leave with three years to play after sitting out last season.
Nash, who hails from Casa Grande, A.Z., played his high school basketball at Fairfax High School in Los Angeles.
The Tetons are currently 13-4 on the season and Nash is averaging 21.9 points, 4.5 rebounds and 4.4 assists per game this season. Nash is hitting on an outstanding 58.8 percent (87-148) from the floor and 46.8 percent (44-94)from 3-point range.
"Blake is really quick with the ball and a great passer in transition. He really creates his own shot very well and is great using the ball screen," said Berg.
Oklahoma, West Virgina, Utah and Creighton have shown interest in Nash this season according to coach Berg.
Stay tuned to JucoJunction all season long from action from the Mon-Dak Conference.