Jeremy Lin shocked the world with one of the most incredible breakthroughs in NBA history. Many view "Linsanity" as a once-in-a-lifetime experience, but former UPenn PG Zack Rosen could be on a path towards replicating this success.
Rosen, who graduated from the University of Pennsylvania in 2012, is far from a household name. He's quietly one of the most decorated and successful players in Ivy League history, and after going undrafted in 2012 he's now taking his talents to Israel to improve his game.
As you'll find out in the coming slides, the similarities between Lin and Rosen are truly remarkable.
I'm not necessarily saying Zack Rosen is about to become a worldwide "Rosensation" (not as catchy as Linsanity, but it'll have to do for now). In fact, Rosen is probably a couple years away from even playing in the NBA.
However, Rosen's collegiate path can't be ignored. It's so identical to Lin's that one can't but help but wonder if he's bound for an epic breakthrough.
Here's everything you need to know about Zack Rosen's Lin-like potential.