New York Guard Prepares For D-1 Level

Reporter Mike Sullivan takes a look at the individual game and regular season of New York born guard Danny Lawhorn, who will play division one college basketball next season ...

Danny Lawhorn, a 6-foot guard from New York City who competes at the Robinson School in New Jersey, has improved his overall game, averaging a double/double in points and assists so far this season on the prep level.

Lawhorn wanted to be more consistent with his perimeter game and leadership skills. "I feel I have made progress in those areas," he said.

LAWHORN ON HIS COLLEGE COMMITMENT:

"I'm going to UMES (University of Maryland-Eastern Shore)," he said. "I'm excited about playing there next season."

DANNY LAWHORN'S SEASON AT THE ROBINSON SCHOOL:

Danny produced 18 points, contributed 12 assists and four steals to help the Robinson School defeat Rise Academy of Pennsylvania, 102-72.

EVALUATION OF DANNY LAWHORN'S INDIVIDUAL GAME:

*Lawhorn is a tough guard, willing to take the ball to the rim against the bigger bodies. He competes hard on both ends of the court. He has the New York attitude, fearless when it comes to taking the rock to the basket.

Lawhorn had previously given a commitment a year ago to Fordham. After a coaching change was made at Fordham, Lawhorn opened up his recruiting process.


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