One of the top college prospects in the state of Wisconsin’s 2019 class, Racine (Wis.) Park F/C Nobal Days continues to do his homework on his growing list of scholarship offers. Sitting in double digits going into his junior season, Days said nobody is letting up at this point.

“Most of them stay in touch with me 24/7,” Days told NY2LA Sports. “Nobody has really fallen off. Everyone still calls and checks up.”

Days has offers from Boston College, DePaul, Illinois, Kansas State, Marquette, Nebraska, Northwestern, Tulane, UNLV, and Wisconsin.  The 6-foot-9, 195-pound forward made three visits this fall, starting with a trip to Marquette for their midnight madness. 

“I saw a lot of the things they’ve been telling me. They were just telling me who to watch in the season. Watch Sam (Sam Hauser) and how he plays.”

Days then headed to Notre Dame. The Irish haven’t offered, but made a good first impression.

“I like Notre Dame. It’s a real home feel. Everyone knows each other. The football program is really good as well. Basketball is a big thing there. ACC is a good league. Everyone there has a succeeding mindset.”

Wisconsin hosted Days on Sunday for their win over Yale.

"It was good to see how they've been doing, what their roles are," Days explained.  "We'll see what they have this year, what positions they'll put me in. They want me watching Khalil (Khalil Iverson) and Aleem (Aleem Ford). It was good to see them and watch them again.”

Stanford, Ohio State, North Carolina, Virginia, Purdue, Missouri, Butler, Princeton, and Yale have been expressing interest as of late. Days is also eying a visit to Kansas State during the season.  Days has no leaders at this stage in his recruitment. As of now, he plans to wait until after July to cut down his list and make a commitment.

"A great school, great campus," he said when asked about the deciding factors in his decision. "Good team chemistry, not a lot of people who are trying to play and use somebody to get to where they need to go.  “Where the coaches have a plan for me and the team has a common goal. A tournament contender, a championship contender -- really goal oriented. Somewhere I can play and that fits my play style."

Days played with Playground Elite during the grassroots travel season.