Posted On: 01/27/19 3:00 PM

GREENBELT, MD -- Day 2 of the Inaugural PG Challenge took place at Eleanor Roosevelt. Several prospects stood out during our time in the gym. Here we recap the event with a look at five intriguing prospects.

JAAMIR BUTLER | 6’4 SF/SG | ELEANOR ROOSEVELT ‘19

Jaamir Butler is quietly enjoying a breakout senior campaign, and it continued on Saturday night. Butler started the game with a dunk on the first play, and proceeded to score 6 straight points as Roosevelt opened up an 12-0 lead. The smooth 6-foot-4 wing has been dubbed by his coach as a “wizard” with the ball in his hands. Butler is a crafty scorer with good body control, touch, the ability to finish in traffic, and a smooth stroke from three. His frame is still filling out, and could have a better career in college than he did in high school.

DAEMOND FORD | 6’2 SG | WISE ‘21

Daemond Ford looked like the best guard for Wise in their hard-fought loss to Douglass. Ford is an aggressive southpaw who adeptly attacked the basket and looked for contact in the paint.

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