After pulling some of his comments for other stories, here are a few other comments he had about some individual players and the team in general:
On freshman forward Tory Miller: "He's made a very good impression, not only on our coaching staff, but probably more important with our players, in terms of the pick up games and in the locker room. He's a good addition."
On freshman guard Dominique Collier: "Dom is going to be great. He's stronger than he was three or four months ago, but he's still got a long way to go in terms of his physical strength. But his skill set is terrific. With his ability to handle the ball and pass the ball, Dom's going to be fine."
On summer workouts: "The summer access is great, but it's almost a tease from a coaches' standpoint. You get them for 2 hours a week on the court, and that's just enough to tease you. It's not enough to really get the work done that you would like to get done as a coach with your team, but it gives you some insight and it gives you a feel for where your guys are at. I like our team going forward."
On the rest of the summer, after players go home in July: "The real question is what do these guys do in July and the first few weeks of August (on their own), and what kind of improvements are made then? If they work over the coming weeks and months like they have over the last two to three weeks, they'll all be fine and we'll consider this a very, very good offseason.
On sophomore forward Wesley Gordon: "One of the things I'm probably most excited about is the fact that Wesley Gordon is going to spend the month of July taking a class and working with (strength coach James) Hardy on a regular basis through July. He's a guy who can make major improvements (by spending July in Boulder)."
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