Competed in 33 games at Baylor... Made collegiate debut vs. Lehigh, scoring two points with three assists... Dished out five assists in the first half at Iowa State in 16 minutes... Scored 14 points with 12 assists, three rebounds and two steals in 35 minutes against Hardin-Simmons... Dished out four assists in only eight minutes against Long Beach State during the NIT First Round. Summer: Served an internship with U.S. Representative Al Green in the summer of 2013.
HIGH SCHOOL Westbury Christian (2011-12): Played senior season for coach Russell Carr... Earned TABC All-State honors after leading Wildcats to 29-4 record as senior... Helped WCHS to TAPPS-4A state championship game, where it lost to Grace Prep... Led team with 17 points in state title game, earning All-Tournament honors. Second Baptist School (2008-11): Spent first three years of high school at Second Baptist School... Missed much of junior season with foot injury... Earned All-District 4 First-Team and Class 4A All-State honors as freshman in 2008-09 and again as sophomore in 2009-10... Averaged 17.0 points, 9.0 assists and 7.0 rebounds as sophomore... Named to ESPN RISE 2010 Underclass All-America team... Following freshman season at Second Baptist, played on U16 National Team, traveling to 2009 FIBA Americas U16 Championship in Mendoza, Argentina... Team won gold medal in front of hostile crowd against tournament-host Argentina... Ranked nation's No. 61 recruit by Scout.com... Also ranked No. 63 by ESPN, No. 70 by MaxPreps.com and No. 74 by Rivals.com.
Full name is Lynden Bernard Rose, Jr., but goes by nickname L.J.... Born Dec. 11, 1993, in Houston... Son of Lynden Sr. and Marilyn Rose... Father, played collegiately at Houston from 1980 to 1982, and was a member of Phi Slama Jama, before being selected by Los Angeles Lakers in 1982 NBA Draft sixth round... Father also served as a member of the UH Board of Regents from 2004 to 2009... Majoring in sociology.