Class of 2020 OH Jayden Nembhard Commits to Kansas State

  0 Derek Johnson | October 04th, 2018 | Big 12, College - Women's Indoor, College Recruiting, News

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Class of 2020 outside hitter Jayden Nembhard has verbally committed to the Kansas State University women’s volleyball program. She becomes the second family member to commit to a Big 12 school, as her brother RJ plays for TCU’s basketball team.

Nembhard is a junior at Keller High School in Texas where she is in the midst of her third varsity season according to her MaxPreps profile. So far this year, she has recorded 396 kills (4.5 per set) on a .294 hitting percentage, 159 digs (1.8 per set), 41 blocks (0.5 per set) and 9 aces (0.1 per set). She also has over 1,000 kills for her career and almost 500 digs. Highlights of some of her play can be seen here with her Hudl page.

On the club circuit, Nembhard plays with Excel Volleyball Club and the 17 National Red team. She was previously with Texas Advantage Volleyball.

It’s the second class of 2020 commitment for Kansas State that has been registered in the VolleyMob Recruiting Database. Nembhard joins fellow outside hitter Aliyah Carter.

Kansas State is off to a 10-6 start and an 0-5 mark in the Big 12. Last season the Wildcats went 10-19 and 3-13 in league action.

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