"The coaches in this league obviously know what they're talking about," Boyd said. "The more people that give me advice only benefits me. With maturity you keep putting on muscle, you keep getting faster and stronger, and I think that's what my game needs."
"Personally, I thought I had a good year," Boyd said. "My first two years certainly didn't go how I wanted them to go in terms of playing time and the situations I got to play in, but this year I got a bigger role and I was able to step in and take advantage of it. I thought I did well and I'm excited to get the season started in the fall."