There are few who would rather go down the road that have already been traveled by some, yet failed by many, and then

there are those who'd rather go down the road less chosen in order to set their own footprints in life. Born in Williamsburg projects, an area in Brooklyn New York, Jamael "Horse"

Lynch decided to create his own

footprints and go against all the odds. He chose not to become a product of his environment, going in opposition of the

stereotypical roles of becoming a drug dealer, gangster, and teenage father. The dream he established at the tender

age of five is what gives Jamael the strength and will power to change negative aspects in his life to positive ones.





While most young boys at age five are dreaming about one day flying like superman or fighting villains like batman, Jamael "Horse" Lynch was dreaming about becoming the next NBA star. Jamael attended the prestigious Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School, where he began his very successful career as a basketball player. He was not only a Star student athlete but, a role model for many of his peers and younger children in his developmental houses. While in attendance at Bishop Loughlin, Jamael was on the honor roll every year and played 2 years of varsity basketball. In his senior year, while playing the demanding point guard position, Jamael more than held his own. He averaged 10 points and 4 assists per game in the rigorous CHSAA league. After an intense and amazing high school basketball journey Jamael "Horse" Lynch graduated in June of 2003 and soon after went on to attend and play college basketball.

College While at SUNY Cobleskill, Jamael played on the basketball team and was an integral part, which set the mode for his remarkable basketball career. He garnered many accolades and is considered one of the best players in SUNY Cobleskill History. He is top 25 in every statistical category, i.e., points, steals, assists and rebounds. He also led his team to a Regional Championship in his sophmore year while averaging 12.5 points, 5 assists, and 4 rebounds, all while leading the nation in steals at 2.5 steals per contest. Upon graduation from SUNY Cobleskill in 2005, Jamael then played at the nationally recognized University of Rhode Island for his junior year and finished his collegiate career at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. While at the University of Rhode Island, Jamael was a great teammate and was duly recognized for it by receiving the team Spirit award. While at the University of Massachusetts Lowell, Jamael led his team to the second round of the playoffs and during that span, averaged 15pts, 4 assists, 3 rebounds and 1.5 steals per game. Professional Experience After graduating from The University of Massachusetts Lowell in June of 2008 with his Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Jamael had a blessed opportunity to play professionally in Cassagnes, France for 22ft Basketball Academy. Jamael played against some of the top talent in France. During the 2008/09 season in France he averaged 18 points, 13.5 assists, rebounds and 3 steals per game. During the 2010/11 season, Jamael led his team, Bodfeld Baskets Oberharz in Elbingerode, Germany to a Cup Championship. He averaged 27 points, 10.8 assists, 4 rebounds and 2.3 steals per game. In 2011/12 Jamael played in the NBA DLeague for the Erie Bayhawks.. In 2012- 2013, Jamael worked out with the Minnesota Timberwolves and Dallas Mavericks and played for the North Dallas Vandals where, he averaged 15points, 5rebounds and 5 assists per game. Throughout his life, Jamael has overcome a tremendous amount of difficult obstacles that would hinder the progress of many. However with his faith in God, family, friends support and his determination to be great, he is now living the dream that seemed so far out of reach when he was five years old. Jamael "Horse" Lynch, who used a basketball as his weapon of choice on the Brooklyn streets; dreamt of one day becoming a professional basketball player and now his dream has become a reality. "Whenever I step out on the court, l thank God for allowing me to be able to play this game. My goal is to utilize my talents, whether it be basketball, acting, modeling, writing, philanthropic or humanitarian work, to be a blessing to others. l would like to thank my triangle, family and friends for their encouragement; and to my supporters, YOU ARE APPRECIATED..."
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