"He's unique," said Young, a former Rivals.com analyst who launched HoopSeen.com in April. "If you look around the country, there are just not a lot guys with that kind of length. Basketball is a very long game. When you get a guy like that that comes around, you get excited about what kind of impact he can make on the game. That's the thing with Trayvon that's kind of interesting. We watched him a lot in the high school season. Probably one out of five games, he'd leave you with something [really impressive]. The other four, you leave going, 'I don't know.' You kind of wait to see for yourself."