He knows how to play. You can’t teach that. He’s got great feel. Obviously, he can really shoot it. He was one of the best shooters in the country coming out. And then he also has great feel. He’s a competitor. He hasn’t been asked to really defend at that level. He’s going to have to defend. It’s something you coach. You can’t teach the other part. You can try to teach someone how to play basketball as best you can, but some guys just have a feel, and he does. I liked him from Day 1. I loved his moxie and his confidence. Plus, he’s a local kid, has good size, can shoot it, loves basketball. I just thought he could be a great piece for what we’re trying to do. He had a really good summer. He’s trying to play the point. He’s probably more of a 2 right now, but in our offense, all our guys get the chance to come off ball screens and make plays for us. Everybody’s kind of the same in the end. But we recruited Sam to really help us this year.