Posted On: 06/22/19 7:28 PM

On the night of the 2019 NBA Draft I highlighted the four Washington area prospects selected in the draft. We have now witnessed countless stories of players that go undrafted or take alternative routes to get to the NBA and a few hopefuls from Washington high schools are hoping to be one of those success stories. 

Undrafted 6'8 G Daulton Hommes (2015, Lynden Christian HS) - The Division 2 National Player of the Year at Point Loma created buzz after a strong couple seasons and leading his school to a national title. Daulton suffered knee injuries that kept him out of his junior and senior seasons of high school. He was a completely unheralded recruit and walked on at Western Washington. He would eventually transfer to Point Loma and see his NBA stock take off. Although he went undrafted, Daulton has signed a summer league deal with the Milwaukee Bucks. 

Undrafted 6'1 G Tramaine Isabell (2014, Garfield HS) - Tramaine spent time at Missouri, Drexel and finished up at St. Louis. His best statistical season was his junior year at Drexel, where he averaged 21 points and 7.5 rebounds. Tramaine announced on his

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