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After a great visit to Kentucky this weekend, Doron Lamb faces a “tough choice” ahead, according to his father, Calvin Lamb.
Lamb, a 6-foot-4 shooting guard out of Queens, N.Y., who plays at Oak Hill (Va.) Academy and is ranked No. 3 nationally at his position by Rivals, has now taken officials to Oklahoma, Kansas and Kentucky.
“I think it’s going to be a tough choice for him,” Calvin said Sunday morning after he settled into his plane flight home from Kentucky.
“There are so many good systems and universities that are recruiting him. It’s going to be tough.”
JayVaughn Pinkston and Devon Collier of New Heights will wrap up their visits with a trip to Seton Hall next weekend.
Pinkston, a 6-foot-6 forward from Bishop Loughlin, and Collier, a 6-8 forward out of St. Anthony (N.J.), are slated to be on hand when Seton Hall plays Carleton University in an exhibition at Walsh Gym.
2010 Seton Hall commit Fuquan Edwin of Paterson Catholic is also scheduled to attend.
Pinkston and Collier were both at St. John’s this weekend, Pinkston for Midnight Madness, Collier for an official visit.
Pinkston, the top player in New York City, is considering Villanova, St. John’s, Seton Hall, Marquette and Tennessee.
Kimani Young of New Heights said that after the Seton Hall visit Pinkston will either decide to sign somewhere in the fall or wait until the spring.
Hit the Video Player at right for interviews with these players from Big East Media Day: Devin Ebanks of West Virginia; Edgar Sosa of Louisville; Andy Rautins of Syracuse; Kemba Walker of UConn; Herb Pope of Seton Hall; Deonta Vaughn of Cincinnati; and Luke Harangody of Notre Dame.
“I definitely feel it’s going to be our year to make a run.”