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Holding Court With David Glenn: Roy Williams Goes To College, Part 3


What do you think is more important in a recruit, work ethic or talent? : "Oh, it’s a little of both. To me, ’s work ethic was, by far, the number one thing for him. For , it was talent. For , it was the work ethic to try to lose the weight, to change his body, to his junior year, when we win the national championship." (Chapelboro.com)

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Holding Court With David Glenn: Roy Williams Goes To College, Part 3


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