Today's OC Register features a front page article on Tyler Lamb, wherein he is compared to Miles Simon, former NCAA Tournament MVP.
Lamb, a 6-foot-5 senior guard, was consistently spectacular, and spectacularly consistent. He led the Monarchs with 18.5 points a game, was second in rebounding at 6.8 rebounds a game and tied for the team lead in assists at 3.6 a game. Lamb scored a team-high 22 points in Mater Dei's 68-65 victory over Etiwanda in the CIF-SS 1AA final at Honda Center, and scored a season-high 32 points Saturday when the Monarchs lost to Westchester of Los Angeles, 71-63, in the CIF Southern California Regionals Division 1 championship game at USC's Galen Center.
The online article also includes video of Tyler Lamb's play for Mater Dei.
Tyler looks like the real deal, and will definitely add to the core of TH, RN, BL and ML. I can't imagine that he won't be a starter, any more than I could imagine TH not winning a starting position this year. Hopefully, with Zeke Jones, JS2 and a rejuvenated JA (after a hardworking offseason) we'll have a team that will challenge for the Pac10 title and get back into this NCAA thing. Go Bruins.