"We've got to get this kid," Davis recalled thinking. "I never imagined he would be what he ended up being. When he was young, he was still fast. I figured he would be a 5-10, 5-11, 175-pound, 180-pound kid. Then he got into eighth grade and he ballooned. He didn't get taller, but he got real thick. So he turned into a body type that was much different, except that he kept his footwork and his ability to change direction. He was doing it at 180, then 200, then 215, then 225. He still had his feet and great ability to change speeds and all the stuff you need to have."