Can you talk about the departures of Rakim Sanders, Brady Heslip and Evan Ravenel?
Recruiting is obviously an important part of college basketball. What do you see as the greatest selling points of Boston College? I think, first and foremost, when you’re talking about Boston College, you’re talking about one of the greatest academic institutions in the country. This is not only important to a student-athlete for his four years here, but for the 40 years that they’re not here. I think that’s our greatest selling point – that you can go anywhere in the world and people understand what a great education you received. That’s the type of student-athlete that we want in our program, someone that values that greatly. I also love the aspect that we’re in a city that can attract kids from all over the world because of Boston’s reputation, its cultural options, and the vibrant environment that exists in this city. I think that can attract great people as well. And, obviously, for sure, there’s the lure of the ACC. For a kid who wants to be challenged athletically and achieve g