Gonzaga's Lindsay Picks Richmond
Get ready for some more basketball commitments as seniors try to firm up their scholarship plans before school starts. The latest to make up his mind is Gonzaga guard Cedrick Lindsay, who on Sunday accepted an offer to play for Richmond, Eagles Coach Steve Turner reported.
Lindsay, who is 6 feet 1, burst onto the scene as a full-fledged scorer last season, averaging a team-leading 16.7 points and 1.4 three-pointers per game. He also considered William & Mary, Brown, Niagara, Temple, Jacksonville and La Salle.
"I just think he felt it was the best fit for him," Turner said. "It's a great opportunity for him to try to contribute early as a freshman. It's a great conference, he'll get a good education. He sees it as similar to Gonzaga, having a good combination of academics and athletics."
Gonzaga forward Malcolm Lemmons, who is 6-3, is considering a variety of offers from members of the Ivy League (Brown, Harvard, Princeton), Patriot League (Bucknell, Colgate), Metro Atlantic (Loyola, Robert Morris) and America East (Vermont, Stony Brook, Maryland-Baltimore County).
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