With the Nevada basketball team’s 2021-22 roster set, according to coach Steve Alford, the Wolf Pack can turn its recruiting focus to the 2022 class. Nevada has two seniors on its 2021-22 roster in Desmond Cambridge Jr. and Trey Wade, which, in theory, leaves two scholarship spots open in the 2022 class (Nevada only had one spot open in the 2021 class and ended up adding five players, so these things are flexible). We’ll use this page to track Nevada’s progress with its 2022 recruiting class, which currently has zero verbal commitments but a handful of scholarship offers out. See below for the known offers out in Nevada’s 2022 class.
* PG Nathan Calmese (source), 6-3/170, Mesquite High, Gilbert, Ariz., (three stars): Nevada offered Calmese in December 2019 at the start of his his sophomore season. He averaged 22.1 points, 3.9 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 1.4 steals that season and made the Arizona Republic’s all-state team as a junior. He also has offers from Portland State and UCSB.
* SG Brendan Hausen (source), 6-4/180, Amarillo (Texas) High (three stars, No. 190 overall): The Wolf Pack offered Hausen in March 2021, which added to his nearly dozen offers to date, including from Houston, Oklahoma, TCU, Tech Tech and Wichita State. He plays for a high-level prep program, is his school’s all-time scoring leader and is an elite distance shooter.
* SF Chris Dockery (source), 6-6/180, Middlebrooks Academy, Los Angeles (three stars): Brooks was originally a class of 2021 recruit who reclassified (Nevada offered him in August 2020). He’s a lengthy wing with great defensive potential and ridiculous athleticism and dunking ability. Originally from Las Vegas, he will use a prep season in L.A. to improve his skill set.
* PF George Ochoa (source), 6-7/219, PHHoenix Prep, Phoenix (three stars, No. 164 overall): Originally from Southern California, Ochoa averaged 19.4 points and 8.0 rebounds as a sophomore at La Mirada High before transferring to PHHoenix Prep, an academy Nevada has signed two players out of. He’s a bulky and skilled but slightly undersized power forward.
* C Mustapha Cisse (source), 7-0/245, Hillcrest Prep, Phoenix (unrated): Cisse is originally from Senegal and has an NBA body. Nevada offered him in January 2021 and has been joined by Arizona, Arizona State and Georgia, among others. He plays for an elite prep program at Hillcrest Prep where he averaged 8.7 points, 9.3 rebounds and 6.0 blocks as a junior.
* C Duke Brennan (source), 6-10/235, Hillcrest Prep, Phoenix (unrated): A well-built big man, Brennan was offered by Nevada in April 2021. He has offers from schools in the Pac-12 (Arizona State), SEC (Mississippi State) and ACC (Wake Forest) after reclassifying from 2021 to 2022. He’s a physical rebounder with solid jump hooks and some perimeter skills.
* SG Arman Madi (source), 6-6/190, Brophy College Preparatory, Phoenix
* SG Tru Washington (source), 6-4, Mountain Pointe High School, Phoenix
* PF Isaac Hymes (source), 6-8/170, Millenium High, Goodyear, Ariz.