From what i have seen of his play ive come to the conclusion is young but has tremendous upside. And yes he may turn the ball over and lapse on defense at times. But he also is arguably the most athletic player on the team. And personally i think he is a force around the basket blocking almost every shot in sight. And he adds of a bit of flare and attitude this being something the cougs lack. I feel that he should get more minutes.
Now my proposal is that casto gets more minutes. He needs game time to develop cause how it is now maybe he should of just redshirted. So the solution is out him at Small Forward. Yes now you may argue with this. but imagine this line up. Rochestie, Thompson, Casto, Forrest, Baynes. Scary huh.. makes we drool at the thought of this. now if you look at Casto you may think he is too big to play small forward. at his size 6'8 229 pounds he isnt much bigger than most of the top SF in the NCAA(about a good 10 pounds on average). But then the questions arise about the shooting touch needed to play the position. According to scout.com He has a "nice three-point shooting touch." something he has not even tried in a game. Im curious to see if casto can play at the SF and Adapt and learn the game from experience instead of from the bench where he sits being wasted. So i say bring him off and send Koprivica back where he belongs.(no offense but he just cant shoot and doesnt slash enough) plus rochestie needs someone to run alley oops too besides forrest.(who is playing amazing as of late!)
So lets give him a chance to shine and see if he can help the team and himself in a new way. I Beleive Casto is the future and will come up big if put in the right places!
So lets get him off the bench and on the court dazzling us with he ability.
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