Obi’s success should be instructive for AJ and other A-10 players that you can build a national profile without playing for a P5 program. He’s not gonna get more minutes or more touches somewhere other than Mason. He’ll be the leader of our team and we will play through him on both ends of the floor. If his priority is playing in a higher profile league and being a rotation piece like Grayer, he’s certainly capable of doing that. But with another offseason of development and improved consistency, AJ has a chance to be first team all-conference next season. It’s at least something to think about.