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He’s been waking up at 6 a.m. so he can get to Rory Segrest’s office by 6:25 in order for them to watch film before Segrest heads to a coaches meeting at 7. They focus mainly on his mistakes, which is what Agim wants. For as hyped a recruit as he was, he seems very grounded and driven. No sense of entitlement.
Maintaining gap responsibility sounds like the biggest thing holding him back (other than knowing the ins and outs of the playbook). Both he and Segrest mentioned it. He’s had a tendency to chase plays and it’s hurt the defense on cutbacks. Obviously he could make those plays more often than not in high school, so it’s part of the learning curve. Segrest did say he’s been better at it lately.