National Player of Year in College Hoops is still in Chapel Hill


When I say the guy in Chapel Hill, I’m not talking about the reigning National player of the year. No, I’m talking about his point guard, Tywon Lawson. No one may play harder than , but no one plays faster in college basketball than . After testing the waters this off-season Lawson got serious about his game. What he lacked he now has; a consistent jump shot that has NBA three point range, better effort on defense, and improved ball handling skills. (WRAL Sports Fan)

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