He's going to be that guy that his junior year that every school we play is going to say "how long has he played at ISU!?!?!" Reminds me of Keiton Page, but taller. Not necessarily 100% on all the time, but when he's in his groove, he can't be stopped, no matter who you put in front of him. I know, it's just been one game. But after he hit his first three tonight, there was about a 5-10 minute stretch where he could do no wrong. He drilled a second three, goes back, gets a huge steal, then a few minutes later drills a three from Boone County. Monte and Kane both said playing in front of Hilton made them a little nervous, which explains the slow start for all our noobs.