Honestly, it just started with me knowing that I needed to fill the shoes of Will (Robinson Jr.), who our offense basically revolved around last year. Going through to states, I knew my role was to basically feed him the ball and be ready as basically just a shooter and defender. But this year, I'm now taking on those things that he did so we can keep winning. I remember saying to everybody right at the end of last season, I'm going to come back and it's going to be a new Naquan and you all going to be like, 'Where did this come from?' All the time when I was at the gym working, I was just thinking about that and how I wanted to show everybody … that I could shoot better, dunk better, get more steals — basically just do more of everything.