Maishe Dailey

Not a great deal was expected of this 6-7 sophomore after he saw only sparse playing time as a freshman, but he quickly emerged as the top backcourt reserve behind Bohannon and Moss. He has extreme length for a shooting guard and a smooth lefthanded jump shot, but it seemed like he often lost his aggressiveness when filling in at point guard. He also has the ability to be an exceptional defender but was fairly inconsistent in that department this season. It probably will help him in future seasons if he is allowed to focus on playing the wing.

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