Nyilah Jamison-Myers

Name: Nyilah Jamison-Myers (eurobio)
Position: Power Forward/Center
Height: 193cm / 6’4”
DOB: 12/12/1994
Nationality: USA
Hometown: Orangeburg, SC
Recent: AO Agioy (Greece)
College: Charlotte 

2020-21:  AO Agioy (Greece) season cancelled due to COVID-19

2019-20:  Prishtina (Kosovo) Super League. Eurocup – 6 games: 15.2ppg, 9.7rpg, 0.8apg, 1.3bpg, 1.0spg, FGP: 44.7%, 3PT: 18.8%, FT: 58.3%. Regular Season Runner-up. 

Scouting: Physically, Nyilah is able to separate herself from many other post players by Nyilah Jamison-Myers ability to change the game in two specific ways: She is a dominant defensive player- Best shot blocker I have seen on the court at any level. Nyilah?s height, wing span and athletic ability set Nyilah Jamison-Myers  apart but she also has great timing and decision making to make the right defensive play. Secondly, Nyilah is an extremely effective post scorer. Nyilah Jamison-Myers has the strength and skill to be able to get positioning in the post every possession .Nyilah Jamison-Myers  knows how to move her defense as well as read the defense which puts Nyilah Jamison-Myers  in the position to take and make high percentage shots. She is a player that when you need a basket, you can trust Nyilah Jamison-Myers  to make the play. By: Cara Consuegra (Head Coach -Charlotte Women)

Achievements

C-USA All-Defensive Team -17, 18
All-C-USA 2nd Team -18
Czech Republic Cup Semifinals -19
Kosovo Cup Finalist -20
Kosovo League Regular Season Runner-Up -20

Career

Orangeburg, SC (Orangeburg Wilkinson HS)
2012-2013: Clemson University (NCAA): 27 games: 4.6ppg, 3.1rpg, 1.0bpg
2013-2014: Clemson University (NCAA, starting five): 31 games: 6.5ppg, 3.9rpg, 1.2bpg, FGP: 51.9%, FT: 50.0%
2014-2015: Clemson University (NCAA): 3 games: 11.7ppg, 7.0rpg
2015-2016: The University of North Carolina at Charlotte (NCAA): DNP
2016-2017: The University of North Carolina at Charlotte (NCAA, starting five): 30 games: 11.3ppg, 6.1rpg, 2.0bpg, FGP: 49.5%, FT: 53.7%
2017-2018: The University of North Carolina at Charlotte (NCAA): 28 games: 10.6ppg, 5.5rpg, 2.4bpg, FGP: 51.3%, FT: 45.5%
2018-2019: BLK Slavia Praha (Czech Republic-ZBL): 10 games: 8.1ppg, 5.6rpg, FGP: 47.0%, FT: 61.3%, left in Dec.’18
2019-2020: Pro Bet Prishtina (Kosovo-Superleague, starting five)

College:

  • All-Conference USA Team
  • Jamison-Myers finished her career with over 1,000 career points and as one of the school’s all-time leaders in blocked shots
  • Defensively, Jamison-Myers led the conference with a career-best 66 blocks.
  • 66 blocks also place her third in 49ers’ single-season history, while raising her career total to 129 in only two years wearing the green and white. The career number is sixth in program history and the most of anyone to play just two seasons with Charlotte.
  • Scouting Video
  • Full Game:2018 02 17 Charlotte vs UAB
  • Full Game:2018 02 15 Charlotte vs LA Tech

2016-17: Named to the All-Conference USA Defensive Team … Tabbed as an All-North Carolina Sports Information Association Second Team choice … Started 29 of the 31 games in which she played … Earned a starting role in the final 27 contests of the campaign, beginning with versus Utah (Nov. 25) in the Hilton Concord Classic … Set a program single-game field-goal percentage record with an 11-of-12 (91.7 percent) performance on her way to a career-high 23 points at Southern Miss (Jan. 14) … Nearly equaled scoring output with 22 featuring nine field goals made at FIU (Feb. 4) … Efforts were a part of 16 double-figure scoring games, including 15 in league play … Owned a stretch of eight-straight games in double digits, starting with at Southern Miss and continuing through against Middle Tennessee (Feb. 11) … Carded five double-doubles, all against Conference USA competition … Tallied 12 points to go along with 10 boards against WKU (Jan. 5) on Education Day, notched 14 points with 10 caroms at Old Dominion (Jan. 21), registered 18 points with 13 rebounds against North Texas (Jan. 26), dropped in 22 points to go along with 11 boards at FIU and posted 19 points with 10 caroms against Middle Tennessee … Netted 19 points versus Marshall (March 8) in the Conference USA Championships Opening Round … Finished with at least 70.0 percent field goals made in four games, including a near-perfect 8-of-9 (88.9 percent) showing against Marshall (Jan. 7) … Knocked down 8-of-10 free throws at Old Dominion … Converted 7-of-8 at the charity stripe in the conference opener at North Texas (Dec. 30) … Secured nine rebounds versus Louisiana Tech (March 9) in the Conference USA Championships Quarterfinals … Hauled down eight boards versus (RV/–) Boise State (Nov. 26) in the Hilton Concord Classic, at Duquesne (Dec. 6), at Florida Atlantic (Feb. 2) and versus Marshall … Grabbed at least one rebound in every game with multiple caroms in 29 contests … Distributed two assists against Marshall, at Southern Miss and against Old Dominion (Feb. 19) … Led Conference USA with 63 blocked shots, including a league-best tying 36 in conference games … Tallied a career-high matching five blocks against Middle Tennessee … Rejected four opponent shots against East Carolina (Dec. 1), against WKU, against North Texas and versus Louisiana Tech … Credited with a career-best three steals against Old Dominion … Swiped a pair of steals versus Utah, against East Carolina, at Duquesne, at Old Dominion, against North Texas, against Middle Tennessee and versus Louisiana Tech.

2015-16: Redshirted

2014-15: Appeared in three games at Clemson before a season-ending injury … Participated in all three of the Tigers’ games at the Paradise Jam in the U.S. Virgin Islands … Scored a season-high 20 points on 9-of-11 field goals with career-best 13 rebounds for a double-double versus Ohio State (Nov. 27) in only 22 minutes … Garnered her lone start versus Wichita State (Nov. 29) … Shared team-high honors for rebounds versus FGCU (Nov. 28).

2013-14: Led the squad with 37 blocks and a 52.5 field goal percentage … Averaged 6.4 points and 3.9 rebounds per game … Tallied double-digit points in seven contests, including both games of the ACC Tournament versus Virginia Tech (March 5) and Syracuse (March 6) … Averaged 17.0 points in those two matchups … Posted a season-best 19 against the Hokies … Registered a career-high tying five blocked shots at Pittsburgh (Feb. 16).

2012-13: Started five of the 27 games in which she played … Earned Dec. 17, 2012, ACC Rookie of the Week accolades … Picked up the honor after her first career double-double of 14 points and career-best equaling 13 rebounds against Radford (Dec. 16) … Topped the Tigers with a 55.2 field goal percentage … Averaged 4.6 points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.0 blocks in 16.7 minutes per game.

High School: Rated as a 91 by ESPN.com … Listed as high as No. 13 at her position nationally … Nominated for the McDonald’s All-American Game … Selected to the 2012 South Carolina Basketball Coaches Association’s all-state team … Tabbed the 2012 Region 5-4A Girls Player of the Year … Scored a season-high tying 19 points in the regional title-clinching win over Lexington HS … Led her high school to the state championship contest as a senior … Tallied eight points in the South Carolina-North Carolina All-Star Game … Accepted to the Disney Dreamer’s Academy in 2011.

Personal: Born Dec. 12, 1994 … Daughter of Deirdre Jamison … Majoring in psychology.

Contact

Shark Sports Management