There haven't been too many players to come through Duke who we respected more than Jon Scheyer. We often watched in amazement as he went for very long stretches without discernible mistakes.
It may sound simple, but it's not. You try performing at a nearly error-free level for any length of time with five profoundly gifted athletes all around you, leave alone the fans.
Scheyer was an amazing player and we miss watching him play. So the notion that he may return as a special assistant to Coach K (Nate James's role last year) is just great. He has immense potential as a coach.