With three-star forward Henry Baddley committing to Butler early Thursday afternoon, it's been a pretty good day for the Bulldogs.
It just got even better.
Why? Apalachee High School guard Kamar Baldwin of the Class of 2016 has made his commitment to the 'Dawgs.
Tyler Hicks of ButlerSports.com was the first to have the report via his AAU coach:
Kamar Baldwin has committed to Butler per his AAU coach.— Tyler Hicks (@THicksBH) August 6, 2015
Baldwin is a three-star shooting guard in the Class of 2016 from Winder, Georgia. 247Sports has him checking in as their 10th best shooting guard in The Peach State, with St. Francis' Kobi Simmons leading that pack. Standing in at 6-foot-2, 175 pounds, Baldwin's strengths via Future150 include, "High-volume scoring, making correct passes, mid-range shooting, off-the-dribble shooting, scoring on all three levels and versatility."
Kamar joins Baddley, Joey Brunk and Howard Washington in BU's Class of 2016 which is quickly becoming stout.