I’ve only watched one of Seneca’s games beginning to end.
It was his 37 point outing against Colorado State. I came away extremely impressed by his overall game and his physical abilities, but he seemed to turn his motor on and off throughout the contest.
Admittedly, he may have done this out of necessity. He was asked to do a lot on both ends of the floor for his team. I hope Seneca brings his motor to Provo. He won’t be asked to do nearly as much at BYU. He’ll have Alex, Te’Jon, Caleb and a cast of capable guards and sharpshooters coming off the bench to pick up the slack.
This will be very a interesting couple years for BYU hoops.