[Coach] Analyzing Kaleb Banks' Breakout Performance Against Louisville
In his latest Coach's Corner, Brian Tonsoni and Josh Pos take a look at Kaleb Banks' performance on Monday night. While Kaleb did not score a lot in this game, his impact was felt in many areas.
In this edition of Coach’s Corner, which we have unlocked for all subscribers, we take a look at Kaleb Banks getting some key stops on defense against Louisville, as well as some of the offensive contributions he made.
Kaleb was locked in on defense and was able to disrupt the Louisville attack with deflections, steals, and blocks. He was very active on the boards as well. On offense he made some nice effort plays.
Each of these clips will show the importance of doing your job when given the opportunity. Kaleb was ready on Monday and played his best game of the season.
In this clip, whichcited as the play of the game during the postgame show, Kaleb essentially plays free safety and denies and Louisville alley-oop attempt that would have put the Cardinals up by five points.
Kaleb’s length and athletic ability can be used effectively going forward. He may not always have great games as still-developing sophomore, but Monday’s effort will increase the trust Coach Woodson has in him to come up big in key moments.
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