"He's the best all-around player that I've coached since I've been here, maybe ever. All around -- I'm not saying he's the best player but there's no one I've coached that does more things. He's a guard, he can post, he can play his back to the basket, step up off the block, he can drive it, he's got great vision, he's got range. He's a good player.
"Now, that doesn't necessarily translate to 20 and 10 every night but he can impact the game i many ways. He's passing the ball, or certainly thinking the game bceause he's very bright. There's still somethings he doesn't do very well but I d othink from a total skill set, taking into consideration all the intangibles, I haven't been around anybody that can do more things."
It's not like KU haven't had any talent in recent years. That's some big praise.