"Being able to bring in a McDonald's All-American and the top-ranked junior college prospect is a testament to the power of the UNLV brand," Menzies said in a statement on Wednesday. "It is obviously big for us to land such talented young men, but the most impressive thing about this group as a whole is their willingness to continue to get better."
"I think it was good for the overall point guard position in general," Menzies said. "JP (Jaylen Poyser) had a chance to settle in a little bit and be out on the floor without over-thinking in the first few minutes, then he slid over there. There were 11 assists and two turnovers between the two of them, so it was great point guard play."