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Daily Brews: Jett Howard, Dug McDaniel impressive at NBPA Top 100 Camp

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Michigan’s lone 2022 commit and one of the Wolverines’ top targets played well in Orlando.

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While the biggest Michigan basketball storyline of the week was certainly the 2021 NBA Draft, Dug McDaniel and Jett Howard put on a show at the NBPA Top 100 Camp.

A collection of the top 100 high school basketball prospects, the camp has served as an NBA stepping stone for more than 300 players since it began in 1994. The four-day event is played in Orlando, Fla. During this week’s scrimmages, McDaniel — the Wolverines’ lone 2022 commitment thus far — and Howard — one of Michigan’s top priorities — played on the same team. Given Howard’s ties to Ann Arbor, it may very well be a sign of what’s to come at the college level.

Throughout the week, Howard and McDaniel drew rave reviews from evaluators in the stands. One of the early scrimmages even ended with Howard sinking a wing 3-pointer for the win.

Howard also won the camp’s 3 vs. 3 tournament alongside teammates Stephon Castle, Vincent Iwuchuckwu and Adem Bona. McDaniel’s team, meanwhile, featured him and five-star forward Jarace Walker, and the duo reportedly meshed well. While Walker once seemed like a high-priority Michigan target, it seems as though the buzz has faded.

The camp also measured each prospect in attendance. Howard checked in at 6-foot-7 — the same height as his brother Jace and two inches shorter than his father, Michigan headman Juwan Howard. McDaniel, on the other hand, checked in at 5-foot-11, which alleviated concerns about height reports ranging as low as 5-foot-7.

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