Norcross High School graduate Jeremy Lamb has decided to put his name on the NBA Draft, according to UConnHuskies.com.
Lamb is a University of Connecticut sophomore guard who was also last November. He had two seasons left for college eligibity.
"It was a difficult decision, but after much prayer and discussion with my parents, I feel that it's in the best interest of me and my family to declare myself eligible for the upcoming NBA Draft and pursue my dream of playing professional basketball," Lamb said in the article. "I have very much enjoyed my two years at UConn, especially getting to experience one of the greatest feelings that a college player can have, winning the national championship."
According to the article, Lamb started all the games for the Huskies last season, and averaged 4.9 rebounds and 17.7 points per game. He was profiled in the Stamford Advocate, and has made headlines as the .
To read the full article, check out the piece at the UConnHuskies.com website.