The last year went by incredibly fast, especially for Michael Hueitt Jr., who was playing his first season at Old Dominion. The Team CP3 and Northwood Temple product received his release from the program over a month ago, but just committed to UNCG today, which should be incredibly exciting news for Wes Miller and staff. We've come to know Hueitt as one of the deadliest, quick-trigger shooters on the East Coast, but he's expanded various facets of his game and now has a chance to make magic happen in Greensboro.

JB: What ultimately led to you choosing UNCG to further your playing career'

MH: I wanted to become better as a player, and I think Coach Wes and his staff have all the necessary tools to help my development, but I also think I'll be able to help on the court.

JB: What will you provide to the team going forward'

MH: I will bring three-point shooting, passing, and ball-handling are all fairly big parts of my game and I've continually improved in each of those areas. I think my shooting could be a nice addition to this team.

JB: What type of role do you see for yourself'

MH: I mean, honestly, it'll be whatever I put in the work for. I'll continue to work and show the coaching staff who I am in order to get there.

JB: How have you grown since exiting high school'

MH: I have become a better all-around player. It began with my defense and the improvements just went from there. I've taken pride in getting better on and off the floor and I believe that UNCG will be a great fit.

As a senior on the EYBL, Hueitt highlighted his efficiency and led the entire circuit in three-point shooting with a staggering 47.8% from downtown. Some things never change, and his ability to score from beyond the arc is certainly one of the most solidified forces in nature. Coach Wes Miller has done an excellent job with his talent level since joining UNCG, but Hueitt adds a new dynamic that could make this squad even more overwhelming.