New York Gauchos Guard Shows Love To SJU

A report in the New York Daily News said that Doron Lamb was back in New York City to show some love for a Big East program ...

Doron Lamb plays a City game. He has the ability to drain long range jumpers and has improved in taking his drive to the rim to give himself a well-balanced offensive game.

Lamb, a 6-foot-2 junior guard who played last season at Bishop Loughlin High School in Brooklyn, New York, now competes at Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wilson, Virginia.

Lamb was spotted at a recent St. John's home game at Madison Square Garden, according to a report in the New York Daily News penned by writer Roger Rubin. St. John's fell to Miami of Florida.

St. John's University, hurting from several injuries, is trying hard with Lamb. The Red Storm is also involved with Lance Stephenson. If Stephenson were to stay home and play for head coach Norm Roberts, the effect of the signing would be monumental.

Roberts has been looking for a "big time star" since he became the head coach of St. John's University. Roberts did land terrific guard Omari Lawrence, who will help the Red Storm in the backcourt next season.

Roberts sees a possible Lawrence/Lamb combo in the future. But it'll be a battle to land Lamb. For more information on Lamb's situation, go to his profile. Eric Bossi has recently written a detailed look at his recruiting process.

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