I watched large chunks of AI games. I couldn't get through whole games because the girl doing color commentary was brutal but I needed the sound to follow it. I did a lot of fast forwarding but I got to watch enough to get a good idea. My impressions of Oshae are very similar to Francis' take. Brissett is extremely athletic. It jumps off the screen. He's not Jerami Grant. He doesn't have those hops, but I could see Oshae playing football. If he put on a few pounds, he could be a tight end or maybe a big wide receiver- an Anquan Bolden type. I'm very impressed with how aggressive he is. He's very confident too. Goes to the rack with reckless abandon. Sometimes, though, he goes there with his head down. That bull-in-a-China shop stuff will lead to charges. He has no fear though and gets to the line a lot. Plays through contact. With Moyer and Oshae, we will have a couple of tough offensive players who attack the rim. I like the way he rebounds and scraps for loose balls. Gets on the floor, plays hard. His shot looked fine for a guy his size. Speaking of his size, he looks a legit 6'9". He has a solid frame and will be ready to bang in the ACC. Maybe he could use 5-10 pounds but he's got some muscle. Defensively he was fine but didn't really use his athleticism as much as he could. I do think he has the footwork to be a good zone defender. My big concern is foul trouble. The dude goes extremely hard and sometimes to his detriment as Francis alluded to. My biggest concern is that he looks more like a 4/3 than a 3/4. Similar to Moyer in that regard, though he's a much better athlete than Moyer. I just feel like we have way too many 4 types and not enough 3 types. Brissett could develop into a 3 but I don't think he'd be ideal in that role next year.