Lamond Murray has plenty of experience with how the recruiting process works because he’s been through it as both a basketball player and a parent.
Murray played with Jason Kidd at the University of California at Berkeley and was eventually selected by the Los Angeles Clippers in the first round of the 1994 NBA Draft. During his 12-year NBA career, Murray appeared in 736 games and averaged 11.3 points per game.
Cleary, he found success on the hardwood and did just fine navigating through the recruiting process when he was a high school athlete. But now he’s participating in the process again as the father of two high school student-athletes.
Murray’s daughter committed to play volleyball at Long Beach State, and his son is a small forward who plans to play basketball at Pepperdine in 2013.
Murray knows how recruiting works, and he knows how important it is to choose the right college.
“I have networking abilities now that I never would have had if I had not played in college,” said Murray. “And that puts you in position to have success in life.”
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