The scouting report on the unheralded 6-2 high school sophomore from Chicago didn’t foreshadow this. A perimeter-happy 3-point shooter with a developing handle and an uncanny ability to block shots for his size, read the report. The only college coach to offer him a scholarship saw potential — maybe an All-Horizon League guard eventually. Perhaps if he grew a few inches. “We thought he could grow,” Cleveland State coach Gary Waters recounted.