The Fisher Law Firm Friday Q&A: Quarterbacks, Miami, and Player Development

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1) What are your general expectations for basketball this season? – GretnaHokie

Chris Coleman: Yes, let’s focus on something besides football for a few moments. I have greater expectations for the team this year than I did last year, though the loss of Ty Outlaw and the potential loss of Ahmed Hill have tempered my expectations quite a bit.

Hill is a very fast player, and he always goes hard. He has the motor that Buzz Williams looks for. Outlaw is a very motivated player, he can play both forward spots, and he has a toughness that Tech was lacking last season. Both guys were going to play a big role this season.

Still, Tech has pretty good options on the wing. Justin Bibbs was very good last season before his concussion. Jalen Hudson has proven that he’s capable of taking over a game, but he has to gain consistency. Chris Clarke is a highly-rated recruit who should get a lot of time. Seth Allen can also play off the ball, with Devin Wilson or Justin Robinson playing the point.

I believe Allen brings a lot of experience, and he’s a major talent upgrade at the point guard spot. He could certainly lead Tech in scoring this year. Devin Wilson is an experienced