Evan Taylor - Last game was his best game and he looks stronger, faster, quicker
Anton Gill - Has come back surprisingly well from injury, not showing issues in his first couple of practices back
Dube Okeke - Elite athlete, can block shots and offensive rebound Has made Jordy a better player.
Glynn Watson - Think he's ready to be an all-conference player. He's more confident, a better leader, and this seems like his team
Jack McVeigh - "Jack McVeigh does what Jack McVeigh does....only with a full beard now....he makes shots"
James Palmer - Has practiced well and has practiced at the 1, 2, and 3.
Issac Copeland - Can play multiple positions and is strong/aggressive, especially on the offensive end...a very active player. Has made Roby a better player. Miles expects him to be a top 2 scorer, top 3 rebounder. The style Nebraska plays vs what Georgetown plays will be an adjustment.
Jordy - Out for 5 more practices because of preventative surgery to clear up some knee tendinitis
Isaiah Roby (Miles sort of forgot to talk about Roby )
Thomas Allen - Can really shoot the ball...is more off guard than 2 guard at this point.
Nana Anketen - Can really shoot, excels at catch and shoot
Thor - Is adapting, needs to work on his outside shooting
Tanner Borchardt - Has completely transformed his body, his confidence is growing, and could see meaningful playing time
Johhny Trueblood, Justin Costello - Miles is complementary but I wouldn't expect either to play meaningful minutes this year
Miles likes where the team is at mentally, physically...has a lot of length. This year's team seems more sure/bought in to their roles.
Thinks this is his deepest team.
Gives examples of versatility capable with this team.
Two guards + 3. Palmer 4. Copeland 5. Roby
Two guards + 3. Roby 4. Copeland 5. "A big"
The condensed schedule will be challenging as it will mean 7-9 "one day preps" for a coach that likes to run man defense.
Sees us throwing out multiples zones and/or more press
Getting a good vibe from the team...they compete hard against each other.
We've benefited quite a bit from the transfer culture of the NCAA