Very impressive, even with little defense He has the whole offensive package—with some French pastry, as Al McGuire said. Lightning ball-quick Thinking of the great HC backcourts—Blaney-Shea, Perry jr-Bob Kelly, Wendelken-Joe Kelly, Meade-Hamilton No pressure
From an article from a recent camp re: guards who could get in the lane and create offense for themselves and their teammates:
Drew Lowder 5-11 Sr Ann Arbor Pioneer: The best in camp for the topic at hand — scoring in the lane. Great first step, and then a whole lot of sophisticated, complicated moves to score once he beats the initial man. Did it with or without a screen. Has really improved at keeping the balance between scoring himself and getting others involved. He has the chance to do big things in the Patriot League at Holy Cross.