First of all, the team needs to bolster the point guard role. It all starts with him, and David Crisp has the instincts of a shooter, not a distributor. That is no detraction on Crisp. He had to make that difficult transition on the fly, and did a pretty good job as a result. But the team must improve on the assists to compete at the next level going forward. So now the team is looking down the road to 6-foot-2 point guard Elijah Hardy. Hardy is a true point guard, and he will bring quality minutes to the Washington Huskies next year.
Hardy brings great vision. While he has a solid pop and shoot, his best features are his court vision and the ability to toss the ball to the open shooter effortlessly. Right now, the Huskies are a team which has good ball movement. But they need that vision, that IQ guy who is the nexus of the offense. Hardy can be that guy on this team.