One of the first tenets most of us were taught when learning basketball is to keep your arms straight up when contesting a shot. Many of the fouls are when the shooter bodies up to him and initiates the contact. I cannot get my head around why Jesse is constantly getting into early foul trouble. But it is getting extremely old. As tall and lengthy he is - he should not even leave his feet until the shooter leaves his to shoot the ball. Just his presence with arms straight up causes a lot of intimidation. JB said at the St. John's press conference when asked about it and said (sarcastically) it's "coaching." If you were the head coach of SU - or assistant in charge of the Bigs - I'd like to know how YOU would prevent Jesse's foul trouble and keep him on the court. Whatever they are teaching him is not working. Jesse should rarely if EVER have foul trouble. Is it not correctable?