Doron Lamb Knows Where He’s Going | We Have to Wait Until Saturday

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Adam Zagoria of interviews 2010 UK Recruit Doron Lamb. Doron is scheduled to announce his decision this Saturday on ESPN. Here is the article and overview from the interview along with the link to the actual story and the video.

Doron Lamb says he’s already decided on a college and the rest of us will have to wait until Saturday night to find out.

“I know where I’m going right now,” Lamb told Thursday at the Jordan Brand Classic practice at Sports Club?LA in Manhattan.

“My family knows where I’m going, but nobody else knows where I’m going.”

Lamb, a Senior at Oak Hill (va.) Academy, and Baltimore (Md.) Lake Clifton guard Josh Selby will both announce during the Jordan Game on ESPN2.

“I have a top five of  Arizona, UCONN, Kansas, Kentucky and West Virginia,” Lamb said.

The concerning point of this announcement is that Josh Selby is rumored to be going to Kansas. Kendall Marshall, the North Carolina-bound point guard, followed the recruiting action Wednesday, on Twitter. He had given his followers his predictions for the uncommitted recruits earlier in the day: Knight and Gilchrist to Kentucky, Baltimore point guard Josh Selby and New York forward Doron Lamb to Kansas, Ray McCallum to UCLA, Trey Ziegler to Central Michigan, Terrence Ross and Terrence Jones to Washington.

Let’s just hope that Marshall misses this one by a mile as Lamb is a needed GUARD for the 2010-11 Wildcats…

Full story and Video at…


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