Questions, questions, questions. That's all Doron Lamb heard last week at the Rumble in the Bronx.
Truth be told, the class of 2010 guard from New York didn't have many answers. Truth be told, he just doesn't know the answers either.
"Where are you going to high school next year?" That was asked several different ways by several different people. It has been rumored that Lamb would be leaving Bishop Louglin High School for Oak Hill Academy.
Lamb's answer was: "I don't know right now. I don't know right now."
Time and time again. That was his answer. Lamb said he is currently enrolled at Bishop Loughlin but will do whatever his mother wants him to do.
"It's her decision. Whatever my mom says is what I'll do," Lamb simply said.
Recruiting is in the same boat for the shooting guard. Lamb said he isn't spending time thinking about where he'll go for college but he's listening to those that want to reach out so far.
St. John's, Syracuse, Georgetown, Duke, Xavier, Rutgers, Marquette, Kansas, Pittsburgh, Memphis and Louisville are showing interest. The only real revelation Lamb offered up last weekend was what school he thought highly of.
"My dream school is Syracuse. I like Carmelo Anthony," Lamb said.
For the meantime, his focuses aren't on making decisions about where he'll sit behind a desk or where he'll crack open a book at.
"I don't think about that right now. I'm focusing on my high school career," Lamb said.