Seth Lundy records double-double during College All-Star Game

After being a big reason why Penn State went to its first NCAA Tournament since 2011, Seth Lundy decided to declare for the NBA Draft.

He’ll go through all the pre-draft processes doing interviews, training, and combine activities, but first, he was invited to play in the 2023 NACB Reese’s Division 1 College All-Star game.

This game featured seniors from Division 1 programs across the nation. It was played on Friday at NRG Stadium in Houston as part of the Final Four festivities.

Lundy represented the East team and recorded 12 points with 10 rebounds in 23 minutes of playing time. All of his 12 points came from four three-pointers. He also had three assists and blocked a shot.

The East eventually fell to the West 104-99 in overtime. Joe Bryant Jr. of Norfolk State was the East’s MVP and Morris Udeze of New Mexico was the West’s MVP.

Despite not bringing home an award, this was still a good performance for Lundy who projects to be a “3-and-D” type of player in the NBA.

This past season, Lundy was a high volume shooter from deep, averaging 6.1 attempts from behind the three-point line. He hit 2.6 per game which put his shooting percentage at 40.0% for the season.

Lundy has also improved his rebounding every single season he was in college. He finished his senior year averaging 6.3 rebounds per game. There will be some questions if he can have enough impact on the defensive end to see the floor consistently. In his college career, he averaged 0.7 steals and 0.5 blocks per game.

Next up for Lundy will be showcasing his skills at workouts across the country and trying to earn an invite to the NBA Combine starting May 15th in Chicago, Illinois.

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