-23-year-old Jordan Loyd
measured very well for a combo guard prospect at 6'3.25 with a 212 pound frame and a 6' .5 wingspan. Although a tad shorter and clearly not as explosive, Loyd measured somewhat similarly to Victor Oladipo
(6'4.25, 213 pounds with a 6'9.25 wingspan). Loyd impressed over the course of the two-day camp with his ability to put pressure on the rim in transition, play at different speeds, create for others and make enough shots from the perimeter to keep the defense honest. After an underwhelming first two years at Furman, Loyd put together a nice career in NCAA D2 at Indianapolis, and parlayed that into an excellent rookie season in Fort Wayne with the Mad Ants, scoring 21.6 points and dishing out 5.7 assists per 40 on 47.8% shooting inside the arc 32.4% from beyond it. The Atlanta native helped himself in Chicago, and will likely continue to get looks from the NBA in summer league and beyond.