Seth Lundy has opted to put his name in the upcoming NBA Draft after playing a significant role in Penn State’s return to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2011.

First, though, he has an invitation to participate in the 2023 NACB Reese’s Division 1 College All-Star game. After that, he will go through all of the pre-draft protocols, which include things like interviews, combine activities, and training.

Participants in this game were seniors from Division 1 programs from all across the country. As part of the festivities surrounding the Final Four, the game took place on Friday at NRG Stadium in Houston.

Lundy participated in the game for the East squad and finished with 12 points and 10 rebounds after having played for 23 minutes. Four of his three-point shots accounted for all 12 points that he scored. In addition to that, he was responsible for three assists and stopped a shot.

In the end, the West defeated the East by a score of 104-99 in overtime. The Most Valuable Player award for the East went to Joe Bryant Jr. of Norfolk State, while the Most Valuable Player award for the West went to Morris Udeze of New Mexico.

In spite of the fact that Lundy did not bring home an award for his play, this was still a fantastic performance for Lundy, who has the potential to be a “3-and-D” sort of player in the NBA.

Seth Lundy averaged 6.1 tries from beyond the three-point line during the previous season. He was known for his strong shooting volume from long range. He averaged 2.6 shots on goal per contest, giving him a shooting percentage of 40.0% for the year.

In addition, Lundy improved his rebounding each and every one of the seasons he played in college. By the end of his senior season, he had a rebounding average of 6.3 per game.

There are going to be some concerns raised about whether or not he will be able to make a significant enough impact on the defensive end to see regular playing time. Over his time at the collegiate level, he had an average of 0.7 thefts and 0.5 blocks per game.

The next step for Lundy will be to demonstrate his abilities in workouts held all around the nation and attempt to get an invitation to participate in the NBA Combine, which will begin on May 15 in Chicago, Illinois.