Millbrook has seen its 23rd student-athlete from the Men’s Basketball program since 2014 sign to play collegiate athletics.
Class of 2020 guard Nolan Dorsey inked his commitment to Division-I New Mexico on Wednesday afternoon in the Wildcat Gymnasium.
Dorsey is the first Millbrook basketball player to sign with a Division-I program out of high school since Jordan Whitfield did so to Campbell on November 9th, 2016.
At the time of his commitment to Coach Paul Weir’s Lobos on October 6th, Nolan held fifteen total offers, fourteen of which came from Division-I programs.
Salem College, Western Carolina, Stetson, Mount Saint Mary’s, American, Campbell, Air Force, Rider, Niagara, Navy, High Point, Appalachian State, Holy Cross and Tennessee Martin had all extended scholarship offers to Dorsey during his recruiting period.
Already a two-year letterwinner for the Wildcats, Dorsey has scored 124 points in 33 games for Millbrook. Due to injury, Nolan was held to limited time as a junior but managed to average 4.7 points and 2.5 assists per contest. He scored a career-high 14 points on November 24th, 2018 in a win over First Flight.
Standing 6-foot-6, Dorsey comes from an accomplished family tree of athletes. Both parents competed in Division-I college athletics, his older sister Cailin is a senior basketball player at the College of Charleston and his older brother Patrick, a former Wildcat, plays basketball at Navy.
Millbrook kicks off its 2019-20 season on Tuesday, November 19th when it travels to play at Heritage.