St. John Lavin Will Talk To Blue-Chip Doron Lamb!

Keith BennettCorrespondent IApril 8, 2010

LOS ANGELES - MARCH 14:  UCLA head coach Steve Lavin discusses play with Ray Young #34 during the NCAA Pac-10 Conference tournament semifinals game against Oregon at the Staples Center on March 14, 2003 in Los Angeles, California.  In what could be Lavin's last game at UCLA, the University of Oregon Ducks edged the University of California Bruins 75-74.  (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)
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 Steve Lavin is expected to speak today to with Doron Lamb a 6-4 blue-chip recruit from New York now attending Oak Hill Academy in Virginia, or his closest advisers. According to people  close to Lamb, he has narrowed his choices to Kansas, Kentucky, UCONN, and West Virginia. He is excited by the buzz created by St. John's hiring of coach Lavin and the chance to win on country's biggest stage. New York and Lavin a great mixture to bring recruit to St. John. Doron Lamb is a McDonald's All-American. Today is the first day since Lavin was hired that he is permitted by NCAA rules to have contact with recruits. Lavin is ready to bring in Blue-Chipers.