"If they get an opportunity to see somebody, they're going to go see him," Bilas said. "You may learn something, get a chance to talk to somebody. You're going to go and they go to everything. If the agents are putting on a Pro Day, they're going. From that standpoint, I think it does have some value."
"He brings toughness, leadership and then he's an attack guard," said Jay Bilas, a former Duke player and ESPN college basketball analyst. "He attacks off the dribble and he's a great finisher, even at his size. And he provides them another 3-point shooter. ... That takes a weapon away if he's not 100 percent."