Doron Lamb

Biography: Doron is no stranger to playing competitive basketball being in the AAU circuit playing with the Gauchos competing around the country since his pre teen years. Lamb got some of his first national recognition when he was named 1 of the top 10 players in the U14 National AAU Tournament. Lamb continued to develop and grow physically in his freshman year of high school being named First Team All-Freshman Metro New York team. He continued to dominate New York competition in his 3 years at Bishop Loughlin high school. For his senior year he will follow the footsteps of many basketball stars by attending Oak Hill Academy in Virginia where he should gain a lot more national recognition.

Scouting Reports: Doron has always been the guy with the ball in his hands playing guard his entire life. Lamb is aggressive in attacking the basket and has a real scorers mentality. Lamb works hard when he doesn’t have the ball to get open and shows a great deal of patience on the court looking smooth and composed at all times. He limits his mistakes taking what his defenders give him while still remaining aggressive. Lamb is known as a dead eye shooter but needs to establish more consistency as well as maintaining a good balance between keeping his game both inside and out. -Dylan Kitts (Fall 2007)
After a great 09 summer with the New York Gauchos AAU organization, Lamb showed why he is just as high a level prospect as the next guy. His pure-scoring ability is easily noticeable. Lamb doesn’t show the natural ability to lead a team at the point nor does he have the attack-mode inside of him to make a scoring guard. This makes Lamb a very lethal combo guard. -Ray Anczelowicz Gotham Hoops (Summer 2009)
Lamb is extremely crafty offensively. Uses angles and screens very well and moves well without the ball. Has developed a better handle over the past year and can now beat guys off the dribble. His defense has improved quite a bit also. Will likely be a SG in college. Game is comparable to Rip Hamilton. -Theo Rabinowitz (Summer 2009)