Good athlete, leaper
Smooth athleticism, just glides everywhere
Good shooter from midrange
Has range out to the 3-point line
Very good moving off the ball
Long arms make him a terror defensively
DID YOU KNOW?
Lamb is listed at 6-5 but has a wingspan of 7-0.
WHAT THEY'RE SAYING AROUND THE WEB
He has a smooth first step and very good ball-handling skills, fluidly using change of speed and direction dribbles to keep his defender on his heels. At this stage, though, Lamb prefers to utilize his step-back jumper or use his dribble to create space for mid-range jump shots, often bailing out his defender, rather than attacking the rim. This is evidenced by how infrequently he gets to the free throw line, where he ranks 5th in attempts per-40 amongst the 21 shooting guards in our top 100 prospect rankings, as well as in the fact that 73% of his shots in the half-court come on jumpers.
An explosive player offensively who can score in a variety of ways, including making the NBA three. Very long and athletic. Has a smooth game. Plays with a lot of poise.
ESPN - CHAD FORD
Lamb is a super lanky wing player who can score from just about anywhere on the floor. He's mastered the art of the midrange game and is equally adept at putting the ball on the floor and getting to the basket. Lamb is one of the best pure shooters in college basketball. He has a super-smooth stroke and has been content playing a complementary role to his more talented teammates the past two seasons. If Lamb played at a school that featured him more, he might be much higher on our board. He's underrated.