"When I hear the things about him, that he's lost a step, it's hilarious to me, because I see him on a day-to-day basis," Jakobe said. "People see him now and they are like, 'Holy crap.' He's turned it around completely. Ray won't sneak up on anybody because he has a reputation as a great player. He's super competitive and he's taking care of his body. I expect him to bounce back and have a great year."