- Date of Birth
- Age 22 Years Old
- Famous Name Ruben Nembhard
- Country United States US
- Birth Name Ruben Junior Nembhard
- Birth Place Keller Texas
- Famous Name RJ Nembhard
- Father Ruben R. Nembhard
- Mother Terri Beauchamp-Nembhard
- Siblings Jayden Nembhard
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity Black
- Religion Christian
RJ Nembhard is an American college basketball player who plays for Texas Christian University's basketball team TCU Horned Frogs. He attended Keller Central High School where he started playing basketball. He recently declared his name for the NBA Draft 2021.
RJ Nembhard was born Ruben Junior Nembhard on 22 March 1999, in Keller Texas USA To an American family. His Father Ruben Nembhard is also a former NBA professional who played for Portland Trail Blazers and Utah Jazz. His Mother Terri Nembhard is a housewife and his sister Jayden Nembhard, is a volleyball player at Keller High School.
RJ Nembhard Earnings and Salary
Beginning his professional college basketball career in 2017, Nembhard is yet to make his move to higher NBA levels. H is still on the verge of pursuing his career at a higher level and is yet to earn professionally.
As per resources, Nembhard has a net worth of 0.2 million as of 2021, including his earnings. He further adds some earnings through his endorsement deal with Nike. Along with Cameron Thomas and Ochai Agbaji, Nembhard is also one of the prominent youngsters in the league. He has a great future ahead and can add a lot to his net worth and earnings.
RJ Nembhard's Personal Life, Affairs, and Girlfriend
Nembhard is quite a tough guy, to date, there are no rumors of him having affairs or girlfriend. Checking at his social media he seems to be clean on this matter. He loves to get along with his ball rather than hanging around with his girlfriend. Most of his posts on social media are full of his pictures playing basketball.
The 22 Years old point guard stands 6 ft 5 inches tall and weighs 195 pounds.
Watching his father playing basketball he was drawn towards the game from his early age. Scoring a season-high six points in 14 minutes against Omaha, he ended the freshman season 2017/18 appearing in six games. Starting in 28 of 32 games for the team Nembhard was ranked second on the team in his sophomore season.
Averaging 4.4 points and 2.1 rebounds, he played in 36 of 37 matches at the 2018/19 season. In 2020, he recorded a season-high nine assists against Texas A&M and West Virginia. His contract with the club will end this season in 2021, and he will be looking for the 2021 NBA draft.