When you’re a consensus top 30 recruit nationally you’re expected to make an impact in your first season in college. For Louisville freshman guard Shaqquan Aaron, it may take a little more time. Aaron is an extremely skilled guard with great length, but at 170-pounds, getting stronger will very important.
“It’s a big difference,” Aaron said when asked about getting acclimated with Pitino’s practices. “Everyday we’re competing. There is no going through the motions or resting, every way we’re competing and getting better. I’m just trying to improve on all aspects of the game. I’m trying to learn the game of college basketball. It’s not the same as high school so I’m just trying to learn.”