Jeremy Lin (against top teams)
numbers are nice, but 2 games doesnt get you drafted. Do you have a writeup or anything on him?
He'll be a hell of a doctor or lawyer, but i'm not sure about NBA player
The reason i posted those 2 games, is because Harvard does not play many top teams.
Son of Shirley and Gie-Ming ... Four-year letterwinner and three-year starter in basketball under coach Peter Diepenbrock ... Captained team to the CIF Division II State title by scoring 17 points in a upset of nationally-ranked Mater Dei in the finals, 51-47 ... Three-time first-team All-Santa Clara Valley Athletic League at guard ... Two-time SCVAL League Most Valuable Player ... As a senior, named Northern California Division II player of the year, Northern California scholar athlete of the year and first team all-state ... Also named San Francisco Chronicle Boys Player of the Year ... San Jose Mercury News Boys Player of the Year ... California-Hawaii Sports All-State First Team and Scholar-Athlete of the Year ... High School SportsFocus Player of the Year ... Two-time Palo Alto Daily News All-Peninsula Player of the Year ... Named MVP of Santa Cruz and St. Francis tournaments ... Named sophomore of the year after leading his team to a 25-4 record ... Averaged 15.1 points, 7.1 assists, 5.0 steals, and 6.2 rebounder per game during his senior season ... Helped team to a 32-1 record as a senior and a 32-2 mark as a junior to set school records for victories ... Sported a 4.2 GPA in the classroom ... Was a summer intern for California senator Joe Simitian ... Editor of school newspaper ... Earned school's President's Award as well as Vision New America 2004 Scholarship Award ... Enjoys spending time with family and friends, listening to music and going to church. "
the college are in the articles
Don't know if he'll be drafted but deserves a look just off those great performances. Could be just another recruiting miss like those Curry brothers. Doesnt seem like you just jocking the guy,after reading the articles he seems like a really good versatile player. Even espn seems to think so. Good luck to Jeremy Lin!!!!!!!! Im always pulling for those guys from the little schools to make it big!!!!!