Versatile 6-foot-6 Nojel Eastern is able to play both guard positions and small forward.
A point guard in a shooting guard’s body, Eastern’s strengths include his size, passing ability, court vision and improved ball-handling
While a mixtape might not show it, Nojel plays very unselfishly (sometimes to a fault) and is also a solid rebounder.
The Evanston Township High School (near Chicago) guard has been on the radar since his freshman season, going 23-6 last season.
Nojel averaged 15 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals and 2 blocks for the season, earning many accolades including Two-time Central Suburban League All-Conference player, All-Tournament at
King of Bluegrass (Kentucky), Sun Times All Area Team and Chicago Tribune All-State special mention.
In 2016-17, the Wildkits are looking to play downstate for a state title after winning the Central Suburban League South a regional title last season.

Considered a 4-star recruit in the Class of 2017 (Scout 90, Rivals 58, ESPN 78), Michigan, Virginia Tech, Ohio State,
USC, Missouri, Michigan State, Seton Hall, Illinois, Purdue, UNLV, LSU, DePaul, Marquette, SLU, Northwestern, Xavier, Iowa State and more
have all offered Eastern

Nojel spent the Spring and Summer AAU season playing alongside future high major wing Brian Bowen and electrifying guard Alonzo Verge on
Meanstreets (Chicago, IL) 17U squad on the national Nike/EYBL circuit.

Check out these highlights from Nojel’s 11th grade season at Evanston HS near Chicago and from Nike EYBL (with Meanstreets 17U).
Ballislife will continue following Nojel’s journey through high school.
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32 Comments

Henry Lyskava

July 9, 2020

Welcome to Purdue!!

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City hoops

July 9, 2020

Nojel is that special type player. Keep your eyes open. Great things are to come

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Jack Meenan

July 9, 2020

Welcome to the boilers!

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CircleCityCurry

July 9, 2020

My man uses both hands really well, couldn't tell what hand he was til the jumpers

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Luke Siemers

July 9, 2020

Boiler Up!

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Jelani Manzili

July 9, 2020

So lookin' forward, to seein' my dude sport' my alma mater Old Gold and Black in 2017! You and Carsen, will be fun to watch! Man, and if Biggie and Haas do another year, coupled with the 7'2" Center from Europe that can drain 3's from anywhere on the court…I see National Champions written all over the 2017-2018 Purdue Men's Basketball! We should go pretty far in the tourney, this year tho. #BOILERUP

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Grant Ahlbrand

July 9, 2020

Comitted to Purdue today!!!

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haytnas

July 9, 2020

Please play for northwestern next year.

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Tah B Gaming

July 9, 2020

He deadass plays like Tyrek Evans

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Jacoby Brooks

July 9, 2020

giannis

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sytfujames

July 9, 2020

looks like a decent player…. only seen like 5 assists tho… no true point guard in my opinion, but the kid is dope and can play

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ayo gladiators

July 9, 2020

ballislife midewest how do I get on there

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Ethan M

July 9, 2020

Beast💾

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Anthony Adams

July 9, 2020

Ayyy that's my school

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Howard

July 9, 2020

Seems better as a sg.. Tbh

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B1ackie Ch4n

July 9, 2020

he looks like giannis antetekoumpo

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Robert Gulbranson

July 9, 2020

+OperaSideverson

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Kj Jk

July 9, 2020

my fault 1:56

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Kj Jk

July 9, 2020

on God at 2:00 he was getting clamped

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Ian Olsen

July 9, 2020

Josh Langford and Miles Bridges stay for 2018, Michigan State gets Nojel and Brian Bowen, and the Spartans are scary loaded

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Adrian C

July 9, 2020

rafael cruz down at von steuben puts up numbers give him a look

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K.J. Martin

July 9, 2020

Overall good guard skills for a 6'6" player. If he goes to a loser like Northwestern or Illinois, he will be allowed to play PG. If not, his big @ss is definitely getting converted to the 2, or maybe the 3. Watch.

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zukeplastic

July 9, 2020

left or right handed ?? good usage of both hands

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Gabe Crowder

July 9, 2020

Such a Harden stroke.. Very impressive

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Isaac Roberts

July 9, 2020

anyone else seeing a smaller ben simmons?

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Gio Rimini

July 9, 2020

He`s like d angelo russell but a little bit more taller and more athletic

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Charles Harding

July 9, 2020

🔥

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lante07

July 9, 2020

Looks like he just started playing basketball maybe a year ago. Nothing he does looks natural. He has a DLoading shot, but I doubt it's as effective as DLoading's.

I love his size at the position, but draft night is probably a good 3-4 years away for this kid.

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crtsbrown 10

July 9, 2020

Could be the next D'Angelo Russell for Ohio State if he commits

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Warren Moore

July 9, 2020

ambidextrous aint he? geeze

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Jarmareyin Holden

July 9, 2020

He reminds me of D'angelo Russell

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Mr Dimes

July 9, 2020

How much does he weigh

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