Monday, April 6, 2009

VIDEO: Lorenzo Brown vs. Walton

Zo had a monster night on January 16th against the Walton Raiders. His 30 points paved the way to a 91-90 victory for the Centennial Knights. But it wasn't his scoring that won the game at the buzzer, rather it was an assist on the break as time expired.

A big thanks goes out to Ryan Harrow's mom for lending us the DVD to this game along with many others. Ryan's highlights from this game and the others will be forthcoming. Take the goodness in doses my friends.

April 6, 2009.


10 Responses to "VIDEO: Lorenzo Brown vs. Walton"
  1. Wolfpack Hoops said...
    April 6, 2009 at 1:07 PM

    There hasn't been a lot of Zo Brown video floating around out there....I hope you all enjoy!

    In case you're weren't sure....this kid is a SERIOUS talent.

  2. TheWolfman8321 said...
    April 6, 2009 at 1:17 PM

    Good Lord, I have not really seen much of Lorenzo Brown but I feel A LOT better about his ability to contribute immediately.

    Thank WPH, this is bar none the best NC state basketball site out there. If you guys could get a forum there would be no competition in my book,
    Thanks for keeping it positive!

  3. Anonymous said...
    April 6, 2009 at 2:20 PM

    SWEEEET! I did not konw he had that much leaping ability. Dang.

    And Ryan's Mom. Loving you already. Thanks for all the info and video. Can't wait to see you at the games.

  4. Corey said...
    April 6, 2009 at 2:49 PM

    Looking forward to seeing Lorenzo run with the pack next year. I like the way he was able to create his own shot off the dribble. That is something we have not had in a while.

    I know there were some comments about Josh Davis' video and him not shooting much outside of the paint. I don't think any of these highlights include a shot by Brown outside of the paint. Why shoot from 15 ft when you can get to the basket whenever you want?

    Welcome to the PACK!

  5. Anonymous said...
    April 6, 2009 at 8:49 PM

    This is some of the first video i've seen of him (why isn't there more out there?) and i'm impressed. He's got some size, he's fairly quick, and he can drive to the hoop.

    Wonder what the chances are of him running the point some next year?

  6. Wolfpack Hoops said...
    April 6, 2009 at 9:56 PM

    ^ We wondered the same thing. This kid is an exciting player.

    I think you'll see more of him at 2 guard, but he'll handle the ball quite a bit. Sidney has talked about running a 2 point guard backcourt. Our real glaring need is SG.

  7. GreenEngineer said...
    April 7, 2009 at 9:43 AM

    Lorenzo looks to be that type of player that makes everyone around him better..... something that we have sorely missed the last couple of years.

    Noticed that Walton had Glen Rice Jr (Ga Tech commit) guarding him.... I guess that was to be expected with Brown's size.... Just would have liked to have seen how Harrow matched up against Brown. Regardless, awesome to see Brown abusing Rice since he will definitely be seeing him again in the future.

  8. Anonymous said...
    April 7, 2009 at 9:58 AM

    Lo is the type of player the Pack desperately needs. Big guard that can handle, take it to the hole, and is quick on D. That pass at the 52 second mark was crazy.

  9. Anonymous said...
    April 7, 2009 at 3:29 PM


    Any word from scouts on Where Harrow will be ranked going into his senior season??? I know he is still ranked as a 3 star. any chance he could break top 25 players in the nation????

  10. Wolfpack Hoops said...
    April 7, 2009 at 3:52 PM

    Haven't talked directly to the Scouts or Rivals guys about it. I know Telep and Evan Daniels of Scout, but i know they've been fielding a ton of questions about Ryan's ranking, and not only from State fans. You can guess that scoring near 30 per game and being named Cobb County player of the year over some huge names will get Ryan noticed and I'd be VERY surprised if he didn't wind up a 4 star.

    To get that 5th star and land in the top 25 he'd need to put on some weight because I know when ranking players they take into consideration their NBA potential.

    Seeing Ryan as much as I have I think he's definitely worthy of 5 stars and a top 30 spot, but I don't have a say in ranking these guys.


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