WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) – With the departure of starting point guard Ronnie Johnson, sophomore Bryson Scott understands he will be asked to pick up the slack at the point guard position.
A year ago Scott averaged six points, 3 rebounds and one and a half assists per game. For those numbers to improve, Scott understands he must keep it simple.
“(I) feel like I tried to do it all in one play. And that’s something that I’ve learned quick as I headed into the Big Ten season. Everybody’s so much bigger, but I know now that if I make the simple play then you can get a simple play,” says Scott.
Junior guard Rapheal Davis has noticed the change in Scott’s play during summer workouts.
“I think Bryson is just working on his leadership and play making ability. And not trying to bully his way down so I think they’re making an improvement, making strides and doing what we need him to do,” says Davis.