2018-19 (Kansas City): Started 20 games as a sophomore, totaling 585 minutes of game time ... Ranked first on the team in rebounding (4.3) with career-high 10 boards against California Baptist (2/9)... Nearly had a double-double in that contest with eight points 30 minutes of action... Averaged 4.3 points and shot 39.1 percent (50-of-128) from the floor... Tied his career high and previous season high of 15 points in a game against Elon University (12/22), he shot 4-of-6 from the floor ... Had nine games of seven-plus rebounds, his highest being 10 against California Baptist (1/10) ... Shot 39.2 percent from field goal range and 62.2 percent from the free-throw line.
2017-18 (Kansas City): Played in 19 games, making three starts as a true freshman ... Averaged 12.1 minutes per game on the year... Averaged 4.0 points per game on 45.3% (29-64) field goal shooting, 42.1% (8-19) three-point shooting and 71.4% (10-14) free throw shooting ... Added 3.1 rebounds, 0.8 assists and 0.6 steals per game for the season ... Scored in double-figures in two games on the year ... Grabbed 5+ rebounds in eight contests ... Hit double-digit scoring for the first time in a win over Haskell (11/12), dropping 11 points on 5-6 field goal shooting while adding five rebounds and season-highs of five assists and six steals, good for fifth-most in Kansas City single-game history ... Grabbed a season-high six rebounds against Penn (11/22), Southeast Missouri State (12/6) and Central Michigan (12/19) ... Scored a season-high 15 points on 6-9 field goal shooting and 3-4 three point shooting, a season-high for made triples, against Southeast Missouri State (12/6) ... Blocked a season-high three shots in a win over UIW (12/16).
Background: Four-year standout at Butler College Prep, earning all-conference recognition as a team captain all four seasons … Named all-district and all-state after his junior and senior seasons … Earned conference Player of the Year nods his junior and senior seasons … Helped his team finish in the top three his freshman season before finishing atop the conference standings his final three years … Notched a triple double (18 points, 17 rebounds, 12 assists) in one of his games … Earned a spot on the All-Academic team all four years for his success in the classroom … Played AAU with the Chicago Demons and Team Rose.
Personal: Born on December 20 … Son of Marvin Nesbitt Sr. and Tarnisha Fenwrick … Has seven siblings … Plans to study Business