Penn State Men’s Basketball: Lundy Sees Stock Rise Following Draft Combine
Former Penn State forward Seth Lundy picked up plenty of praise and more importantly may have helped his draft stock significantly during the NBA Draft Combine which concluded on Sunday, the final day of the multi-day event.
Over the course of two scrimmages Lundy managed to go 8-for-11 beyond the arc and continued to showcase his ability to catch, shoot and make difficult long-range shots. Overall Lundy would play 42 minutes during the scrimmages and would total 30 points in the effort.
Lundy is still projected by most noteworthy analysts to go in the second round of the NBA Draft which is slated to take place June 22nd. Fellow teammate Jalen Pickett also had a solid outing at the NBA Draft Combine but did not turn heads quite the same way that Lundy did with his outside shooting, length and defensive acumen. All the same the duo are looking to make program history – Penn State has never had two players selected in the same NBA Draft.
NBADraft.net lists Lundy as the No. 37 overall pick while Pickett is slotted to go 13 spots later – both players in this case are projected to be drafted by the Oklahoma City Thunder.