Posted On: 04/27/19 9:49 PM

Emerson, Georgia - Day two of the Nike EYBL was loaded with talent and great matchups once again. National media, famous college head coaches, and video productions were all over the Lakepoint Sportcenter and local high schools. Here we take a look at which prospects stood out in day 2 of the first session of the Nike EYBL. 

 

2022 F Emoni Bates of Bates Fundamentals (MI) - pictured

The nations number one prospect in the freshmen class, according to ESPN, put his talents on display early this morning with his hometown team of Bates Fundamentals. Coming off his 30 point game the night before, Emoni started off the day with a 30 point and 10 rebound performance, in front Michigan State head coach Tom Izzo. He is a 6-foot-9 prospect with a solid handle for a young kid his size. Recently winning Michigan's Gatorade Player of the Year, Bates already holds that scorers mentality and certainly has that competitive edge in him. He can score the ball on many levels and as you can see, he is effective on the glass.

 

2020 F Jaemyn Brakefield of Phenom University (WI)

Playing on a star studded squad, Brakefield was able

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