On Sunday night Bryant University landed a commitment from Boston Trinity Academy guard Nisre Zouzoua following his official visit last weekend. Nisre Zouzoua led Boston Trinity Academy to the NEPSAC Class D championship as a junior, leading all scores with 31 points in an MVP performance, also named the Class D MVP of the regular season.
Running with Expressions Elite during the grassroots season, Zouzoua got his first taste of national exposure playing on the Nike EYBL circuit against the best layers in the country. Holding his own and proving that he to was a player that could play at the highest level, Zouzoua continued to get better with each sessions, ultimately gaining offers from Bryant, Robert Morris, Winthrop, and Canisius College.
“I chose Bryant because I loved the basketball atmosphere. Its a school that really supports its basketball program, and I believe that I can help the team make it over the hump, and into the NCAA tournament -I knew that Bryant was the place, my second night. I had a talk with Zach their shooting guard. He was telling me what he wanted to achieve at Bryant, and how he thought I could fit in. The team environment was great for me, and I knew right there that’s where I wanted to go”
“My biggest supporters are my dad, my mom, my coaches at BTA and BTA as a school, and my whole city of Brockton. Everyone has been pushing me to be different. Not just to be the basketball player who didn’t go anywhere, to actually make a name for myself. My goals this season is to win a NEPSAC class D championship again this year, and to be BTA’s first 1000 point scorer.”
“I would like to thank Expressions Elite director Todd Quarles and coach Tyron Boswell for believing in me, they gave me a chance to prove that I belonged”