Height: 6'3"
Weight: 175
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Atlanta, Ga.
High School: Union (Okla.)
Experience: High School


Career Bio and Statistics

• Spring 2018 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll
• Fall 2017 Dean’s List
• Spring 2017 Athletic Director’s Honor Roll
• Fall 2016 Dean’s List
• Currently majoring in pre-business

Saw action in 12 games as a sophomore averaging 1.1 minutes per game . . . Grabbed three rebounds and took three shots during the season.

Knocked down a 3-pointer in closing seconds of an exhibition win over Lees-McRae College . . . Grabbed a rebound in both games of the MGM Grand Main Event in Las Vegas . . . Played a career-high three minutes against Point . . . Pulled down a rebound against in-state rival Georgia Southern.

Played in 10 games during first season at Georgia State, finishing with seven minutes played . . . Pulled down two rebounds and grabbed one steal.

Saw action in final minute of first game against Thomas, collecting first career rebound and taking first career 3-pointer . . . Saw action in both games of Cancun Challenge, grabbing a rebound against NJIT . . . Played in five Sun Belt games, collecting first career steal against Coastal Carolina . . . Played final minute against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi in the Postseason Tournament.

Completed his prep career at Union High School in Tulsa, Okla., averaging 11 points and three assists per game . . . Was part of a region and area championship team that lost in the quarterfinals of the state championship. While at Union, earned Tulsa Community College President’s Honor Roll, academic all-conference honors, and Athletic Director’s Honor Roll recognition. As a junior, helped Union to a region championship and an appearance in the quarterfinals of the state championship, averaging 11 points and three assists per game with a career-high of 27. Before moving to Oklahoma, he attended Milton High School in the northern suburbs of Atlanta.  Played AAU for the GA Stars and Game Elite.

Full name is Nile Jules Felton . . . Born on June 27, 1997, in Greenville, S.C. . . . Son of Melanie and Dennis Felton . . . Has an older sibling Jazz . . . Father Dennis played basketball at Howard and has become a successful college coach, leading programs at Western Kentucky and Georgia. He is currently the head coach at Cleveland State.

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