“His basketball ADD kicks in at times,” Vickers said. “If we have an hour workout, I know at about the 52-minute mark I’m going to have to reel him in. He just enjoys life. Every moment of life. Everybody loves him.”
In the locker room, OQuinn is known for attempts to rap, awkward dance moves he invents and dry humor mirroring Seinfeld.
“Now,” Vickers said, “the country can see it.”
The coach grinned.
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