John Lynch III- Springdale, POINT GUARD, 2016



Height: 5-7  Weight:  145  Age: 17  GPA: 3.4  SAT: 1440

Junior Year Averages-  PPG: 10  APG;  7.8  RPG:  3.8  STLS:  3.1


Junior Year Headlines–  NWPREPS:  “as Springdale defeated Kettle Falls 62-37.  John Lynch added 10 points and 12 assists”.  Dec. 2, 2014 Springdale –  “John Lunch scored 21…as Springdale topped Chewelah 65-61”   Dec. 16, 2014 Springdale -“John Lynch did get a double-double with 15 points and 12 assists for Springdale.”  Dec. 9, 2014 Chewelah– “Springdale’s John Lynch posted a game-high 18 points.”


Scouting Report

John Lynch elevates his teams play by being a master ball handler and distributor at the point guard position.  Surrounded by scorers Lynch could lead any league in assists with his vision and understanding of the game as shown this season by leading Washington State in assists according to Max Preps.   Lynch is a smart kid with a great work ethic and knows that if he wants to play beyond high school he needs to fine tune his three-point shooting and on-ball harassment of opposing guards.

TRANSITION HOOPS REPORT–  “Quick point guard that handles the ball extremely well. Has a great change of pace and change of direction. He is crafty when getting into the lane and shoots the ball very well from the perimeter. Plays with a huge motor and competes for every loose ball. Tough defender that can pressure.  Because of his size, John has to take perfect care of the basketball and not dribble in to trouble, especially when he gets in to the lane.  John plays very hard and has a very high basketball IQ. His feel for the game is very good and he plays ridiculously hard. At 5’7 he has to take great care of the basketball to play at the next level.”

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Fall 2014

1st Half Junior year

1st Half Senior year

 John Lynch says:  “I am a true pass first point guard. I am dedicated and determined to play college ball.”

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