I’m hoping they like the fact he is a former NBA coach. If that is everyone’s goal he should know what it takes.
He has coached in the NBA, his passionate, he motivates and his team averaged 80 points a game and about 40 percent of their shots were 3-pointers, ala the Golden State Warriors.
I think they will love him, but better be ready to work.
As for the 2020 in-state recruits, I’ll be calling them today, but I suspect the same will be true.