He's healthy right now, but he's not [100 percent] healthy. He's cleared to play, but he's not at the physical level that he's going to need to be to compete for us. We're going to be patient with Pete. The long-term vision here is getting him right, strengthening his legs and getting his weight to where he can compete at Division I practices and games. That curve has started to accelerate. Pete, because of his size -- he's 6-10 and probably 275 now -- he's got to get in that 260 range. He put on a lot of weight [because of the injury]. But he can shoot. You've got to see this kid. He looks like he's straight out of the WWF, old-school wrestling. He's a big, big guy. He's skilled, he can reverse the ball around the perimeter, he can knock down the mid-range jump shot, he's got great hands and a great nose for the ball. He's not a great back-to-the-basket player yet, but he's good around the basket. I'm not putting any undue expectations on him until we can get his body ready to compete.