"I think when you look around the country, he's probably the only kid who's 6-8 that plays the point," McInnis said. "Jake has grown up playing that position. He's such a long kid, too. He has an approximate 7-foot wingspan. Jake has the foot quickness to defend the 2, the 3, and the 4 as well. … I think what Maryland was looking for was a student-athlete that's going to come in, defend, and play a couple positions while at the same time playing in transition, utilizing some size at the guard position."