"So it's not like he's a secret," Berkman said Monday. "He's a fifth-year senior, so he's been around the block. He's always had really good eyes, and his eyes have gotten better. He's gotten a lot better at carrying the ball against a pole, too. So he kind of plays like an attackman. And he does just a really good job of keeping his head up and with his ability to generate a slide and put the ball in people's sticks."