2018 guard Duane Washington continued his breakout Spring during EYBL Session 2. The talented 6’3 guard has solidified himself as one of the better perimeter players in the country.

Duane has proven himself as an elite shooter against the best competition in the world. He’s been nothing short of superb knocking down jumpshots off the catch or the pull-up off the dribble from both midrange and distance. He was on fire against NJ Playaz, going off for 27 points while knocking down 7 triples. He continued his scoring outbursts versus the Las Vegas Prospects, but this time he showed he’s more than a shooter. Washington attacked the rim and converted, including a nice off-hand finish with the left that was heavily contested. For the weekend Duane averaged 15.8 points per game on a jaw-dropping 52.2% from three. Washington’s stellar play paid dividends, as he picked up offers from Rhode Island and Tulsa in the aftermath of Session 2. See below for highlights.