Nick Honor Age And Wikipedia: More On His Height & Weight

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Many wonder about college basketball player Nick Honor’s age because even with three college transfers, he is eligible for the 2024 NBA draft.

As of 2024, the Florida native is in his mid-20s.

Even so, his age is nothing near some of the oldest NBA rookies who got their NBA debut after hitting their 30s: Pablo Prigioni, Marcelo Huertas, Arvydas Sabonis, Pero Antic, and Antoine Rigaudeau.

Former Clemson Tigers Player Honor Is The 2024 NBA Draft Prospect
Former Clemson Tigers Player Honor Is The 2024 NBA Draft Prospect (Source: Twitter)

The American college basketball guard plays for the Missouri Tigers at the University of Missouri.

It’s been home to NBA players like Kobe Brown, Jordan Clarkson, Jontay Porter, Michael Porter, Jr., and Dru Smith.

After the 2023-24 season, he becomes eligible for the 2024 NBA draft and is considered a potential pick.

Having graduated from Lake Highland Prep, he played collegiate basketball at Fordham University (freshman) and Clemson University before his transfer to Missouri as a red-shirt senior.

Nick Honor Age And Wikipedia: What’s His Height And Weight?

Honor was born on October 3, 1999, in Orlando, Florida, where he completed high school at Lake Highland Preparatory. As of 2024, Nick is 24 years old.

By the time he gets into the 2024 NBA draft and makes his debut, the college basketball star will turn 25.

Yet, the age thing doesn’t diminish his enthusiasm for the sport and his hunger to excel.

American Collegiate Basketball Player Nick Honor
American Collegiate Basketball Player Nick Honor (Source: St. Louis Post)

Nick Honor, with short black hair and brown eyes, has an athletic build that provides him agility around the court.

The American basketball star stands 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m) tall and weighs 91 Kg (200 lbs).

He does not have a Wikipedia page; however, his college athlete profiles are available on his colleges’ websites. Nick is active on Instagram under the handle @nickhonor3.

Who Are In Nick Honor’s Family? Parents And Siblings

Honor was born in an American family with ethnic roots in Africa. He is the youngest of three children of his parents, Al and Carlene Copeland-Honor.

The Orland-raised basketball guard grew up with his two older sisters, Brittany and Brandie.

As reported, Nick’s father is a former US Army veteran who now works as the head coach of Lake Highland Prep and led them to six State Championships.

According to his mother’s Facebook profile, she works as an elementary Teacher at Lake Highland Preparatory School.

In February 2019, there were reports that Carlene suffered a cardiac arrest while in the stands during the Lake Highland Prep girls’ basketball playoff game. She was brought back to life by athletic trainers, who used a defibrillator to revive her heartbeat.

Nick Honor With His Mother And Sisters
Nick Honor With His Mother And Sisters (Source: Facebook)

His older sister, Brandie, aspired to be a theater and TV actress. According to IMDB, she has worked in short films such as Addiction Allstars (2017), Doug’s Self Help (2018), Despondence (2019), and Inertia (2020).

She is a 2017 graduate of Florida State University.

Honor’s other sister, Britt, goes on Instagram as @therealhousewifebritt. She is married and lives with her husband in Wilmington, North Carolina. According to her Facebook, she works at Boston Scientific.

Krishna Pandey
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