At the Summer Finale, 2022 6’6 Jaden Daughtry was a name that continued to pop up for many scouts. Playing for BWSL Team Marsh, Daughtry has an intriguing game that he brings to the table with his size and ability to create mismatches.
Watching his game, he continued to show that he could create for himself and get to the rim, putting the ball on the deck and attacking defenses. With his physical frame, it allows him to play multiple positions but he also has the versatility to score on multiple levels.
When asking Daughtry about his game, he had this to say:
“I would describe my game a lot of an up-tempo kind of game,” he told Phenom Hoops. “I like to go in transition and push the ball. I like to finish at the basket or I can easily hit the three. I also love to extort mismatches and make the right play. I also look for open players and I’m always willing to make the extra pass.”
With what he showed at the Summer Finale, it isn’t hard to see why schools like NJIT, Hampton, Marshall, Bethune Cookman, Old Dominion, Norfolk State, Virginia Union, Livingstone, and Florida Memorial have all offered.
Those programs have mentioned how they like …
As of right now, out of the schools that have offered, Daughtry would say Old Dominion and Florida Memorial have been on him the hardest but several other schools are starting to express interest his way.
Daughtry mentioned schools like Virginia, Providence, Murray State, and South Carolina have expressed their interest his way.
Being part of the 2022 class and after getting another glimpse of his game at the Summer Finale, Daughtry certainly has entered as a name to watch closely and could see an up-tick in his recruitment.