Nathan Mensah is a college basketball player from Ghana. He played the position of Center/Power forward for the San Diego State Aztecs in the NCAA. With his impressive play style on the field, he has been playing in his fifth and final season of NCAA. After playing soccer in childhood, he is now aspiring to make his career in basketball.
Nathan Mensah was born on 9th April 1998 in Ghana, West Africa, which makes him 24 years old as of 2023. Regarding Nathan’s family background, his parent’s and siblings’ identities are not disclosed to the public. He was spotted by Kwaku Amoaku, who helped him and suggested that he should maintain his career in sports and eventually, he moved to the United States. Talking about Nathan’s education, he attends Prolific Prep.
Later, he attended and graduated from Findlay Prep in Henderson, Nevada. In 2018, he enrolled at SDSU (San Diego State University), where he majored in Marketing. In Feb 2021, he received his Google Ads certification. On 29th June 2022, he completed the courses required for BMC certification (Bloomberg Market Concepts). Currently, Nathan is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Business.
Nathan Mensah Career
In the 2016-17 Season, he played at Prolific Prep in Napa, California. He averaged 13.8 points and 7.4 rebounds per game for Team Africa in the Adidas Global Nations event (held in August 2017). In the 2017-18 Season, he played at Findlay Prep school. At that time, He was a four-star signee by ESPN, and 247Sports listed him as a three-star player. During the season, he averaged 8.3 points, 7.0 rebounds, and 1.5 blocked shots.
Nathan began his career as a college basketball player. He committed to playing college basketball for San Diego State Aztecs in October 2017. Nathan played as a Freshman in 34 games and made 20 game starts. He had averaged 5.6 points, 54% (FG%), 6 Assists, and 5.5 rebounds in 18.9 minutes per game. Nathan played as a sophomore in all 13 games. He had averaged 6.9 points, 61.7% (FG%), 3 Assists, 6.8 rebounds per game, and 1.7 blocks in 20.3 minutes per game.
Nathan played as a junior in 28 games and made 27 game starts. He averaged 8.1 points, 57.9% (FG%), 6 Assists, and 6.1 rebounds per game in 21.4 minutes per game. This season, he steps to opportunity. He was honored as a Mountain West All-Defensive Team and Mountain West Defensive Player of the Year in 2022.
Nathan played as a Senior in all 32 games. He averaged 7 points, 48% (FG%), 6 Assists, and 6.9 rebounds in 24.8 minutes per game. During the season, he was named Mountain West Defensive Player of the Year. He also worked as an Intern at Concurrent Advisors in San Diego, California.
He is active on social media platforms. As of 15th March 2023, he has a verified Instagram account with the username @iamniimensah. He has 2624 followers on his Instagram account. He has 180 followers and 166 connections on his LinkedIn account.
Nathan Mensah Biography
|Real Name||Nathan Mensah|
|Birth Date||9 April 1998|
|Age (as of 2023)||24 Years|
|Birth Place||Accra, Ghana|
|College||San Diego State University|
|Height||in feet inches – 6’ 10” – in Centimeters – 208 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 107 kg – in Pounds – 230 lbs|
|Who is his girlfriend?||None|
Nathan Mensah is not married. He is only 25 years old as of 2023 and inclined towards NCAA as of March 2023. As of now, he has not hinted at his personal life or any involvement with any girl in the industry. We hope the way he is focused on his career, he gets the same in the form of his life partner.
Nathan Mensah Net Worth
Nathan Mensah is a basketball player and has recently focused on his career. He is pursuing his degree in business and is involved in NCAA basketball games. Although there is no revelation on his net worth we assume that his side works like internship as an advisor, sponsorship, and awards or honors would be making him earn at least $1 million.
- Nathan grew up playing soccer in Ghana.
- After his return to the team this year, SDSU is expected to do exceptionally well in the NCAA tournament.
- Coach Brian Dutcher recruited him in his sophomore of high school.
- While playing in his sophomore against Cal Poly, he felt short of breath and made an early exit. It was his last game for the season as he was coughing blood and was hospitalized.