Pete Nance

  • Pos PF
  • Height 6-11
  • Weight 230

Prospect Info

  • High School Revere
  • City Richfield, OH
  • Exp 2022 - ...

North Carolina Tar Heels

  • Jersey #35
  • Class R-SR

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H.S. Athletic Background

Transferred to Carolina after playing four seasons at Northwestern in Evanston, Ill., where he graduated with a degree in radio, television and film.

Played for head coach Chris Collins • Became the 38th Wildcat to score 1,000 career points • Hit the milestone with a 19-point effort at home on Senior Night in 2022 against Minnesota • Totaled 1,025 points, 578 rebounds, 106 three-pointers (.356), 188 assists and 88 blocks in 107 games • Scored in double figures 54 times, including a career-high 28 points vs. Maryland on 1/12/22, one of eight games in which he scored 20 or more points • Made 10 of 19 shots from the floor vs. the Terrapins and tied his career with 14 rebounds, one of nine career double-doubles.

Played for Coach Dean Rahas at Revere High School in Richfield, Ohio • All-Ohio Division II first team and OHSAA and Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association Player of the Year • USA TODAY first-team all-state • Touchdown Club of Greater Akron Boy’s Basketball Player of the Year • Participated in the Ohio vs. Kentucky Senior All-Star Game and Plain Rotary All-Star Classic • Finalist for Ohio Mr. Basketball Award • Team captain and leading scorer in Revere history • Led Revere to its first district title, scoring 24 points and assisting on the game-winning basket in the district finals • Won multiple AAU tournaments with the Akron Bobcats.

Born Pete Lucas Nance on Feb. 19, 2000, in Akron, Ohio • Son of Larry and Jaynee Nance • Larry Sr. scored 1,341 points at Clemson from 1977-81 and played 13 seasons in the NBA with the Phoenix Suns and Cleveland Cavaliers • His brother, Larry Jr., was a first-round selection by the Los Angeles Lakers in 2015 and has played seven seasons in the NBA for the Lakers, Cavaliers, Portland and New Orleans • His sister, Casey, played basketball at Dayton.

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