The New Jersey, Philadelphia area should be good for us. It's only a three-hour ride, it's close to home but no distractions. I actually recruited [Amayo] at Pittsburgh in case Ashton Gibbs left his name in the draft. We were fortunate to get him down here. Luke Murray has done a terrific job with him. He had a good visit here, he visited Seton Hall, and he came down and visited College of Charleston, which had a terrific year. But we were able to sign Kelvin and are really excited about it. He's a combo guard that can make plays for himself and for others with the ball. He's very strong at 212 pounds, about 6-4. The program that he played for, NIA Prep, has done an unbelievable job. Coach Rudy King has really built the program into a powerhouse pretty quickly. They had four or five Division I signees this year, won 26 or 27 games.