Freshman point guard Kamar Baldwin
has quietly emerged as Butler's best NBA prospect and has a nice skill-set on both ends of the floor that he can grow into over the next few years. What he lacks in elite physical tools, he makes up for with toughness defensively, as he has extremely quick feet, great instincts and the ability to put tremendous pressure on the ball. Baldwin has shot the ball well all season (38% for 3) and has been efficient inside the arc (55% 2P%) as well. It will be interesting to see how he looks next season with senior point guard Tyler Lewis out of the mix, which should put the keys to the offense in his hands. Baldwin has room to improve his ball-handling skills, decision making and all-around polish, but he has a few things going for him and this should be a really nice test for him going up against the likes of Joel Berry
, Theo Pinson
and Nate Britt.