That's why I felt what he really needed was more strength and toughness (physical and mental) rather than low post footwork or something like that. Too me that's what separates him from being a top shelf player. He could certainly have developed those things here. I think that Keatts would have challenged him in those areas.

That said, what's done is done. All the best to him. I hope he gets what he needs at Georgetown or in the G league.