Jeremy Lin needs to be profiled at this site. At a minimum, he is a 2nd round pick next year. He's on track to be the Ivy League Player of the Year. He is the only player in the country to be in the top 10 in his league in scoring, assists, rebounds, and steals. He avgs 18 a game. He was the reason Harvard beat BC. He shut down Rice. He is top 10 in the nation in steals averaging 3.1 a game. He knows how to create for others averaging 5 assists a game.
He shoots 50% from the field. 42% from 3-pt. He isn't some skinny Asian. He's 6'3" and 200 lbs. When he was a senior in high school, he was named the Player of the Year by the San Francisco Chronicle. He was the best in the Bay!
If a skinny wuss like Sun Yue can play in the league and a 5'10" midget like Barea can play in the league, then Jeremy Lin can play in the league. Even his coach, Tommy Amaker, says he's a legit prospect.
You could rate him but I guess you've probably never seen him play. He's still the only player in the nation to be in the top 10 in all statistical categories for his conference.
NBA talent for sure, as he's demonstrated time and time again, most notably against BC (twice) and UConn.
Jordan Farmar with better size at 6'3
like your BB IQ Jeremy
jonh wall is a talented player and his ability is incredible and you can distinquish easily
jeremy lin is a player who has more layers of management to take the ball and big plays can combertir