Quickley: “It’s definitely an advantage,” he said. “No doubt.”
Reddish: “I get to see how he really coaches. How he is outside of recruiting,” Reddish said. “I like him. He pushes me to get better. That’s what I need – somebody who’s going to push me to the limit, and that’s what he’s doing.”
Langford: “I like the way he coaches,” he said. “He doesn’t let you slide on anything. Little things like catching the ball with two hands. Little things like that – that’s what makes you better as a player.
“It kind of gives him a head start. I get to see how he coaches, and I get to see if I like the way that he teaches his kids.”I like the way these guys are talking.