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Boston Celtics are hoping to be able to add more all-star talent to surround Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown the next few years.

However, former NBA player Jerry Stackhouse thinks the Celtics have already a future all-star in their roster. Speaking on the A. List Podcast of CLNS Media, the Vanderbilt coach expressed how high he is on his former player Aaron Nesmith.

“In five years, Aaron Nesmith will be an all star,” Stackhouse said, via CelticsBlog. “He was coming into a situation with established all stars on that team,” Stackhouse continued. “So I knew it’d take some time to really find his footing. You’re starting to see that now.”

Nesmith has played in 42 games this season shooting a steady 38.5 percent on 2.3 three-point attempts per game. He is registering nearly five points and two rebounds in 14 minutes per game.

“He was coming into a situation with established all stars on that team,” Stackhouse said. “So I knew it’d take some time to really find his footing. You’re starting to see that now.”