I agree with Lehigh90 on the fact that TK reaches 2000pts and graduates as LU’s all-time greatest big man. Professionally TK will have many opportunities IMO, but the 6’10 player his dad was in the NBA is very rare in the NBA today. The athletic ability of the players 6’9 and above in the NBA is ridiculous. TK must work extremely hard over the next 3 years on footspeed and explosion if he wants to duplicate his fathers career, IMHO. If TK’s advancement physically from last year to this year is any indication he seems to be up to the challenge.