One-on-one with Devin Booker

One-on-one with Devin Booker


One-on-one with Devin Booker

By goes one on one with Devin Booker.  The Clemson sophomore is working hard as the Tigers prepare for their first season under head coach Brad Brownell.

“The coaching staff is really determined to make all of us better players.  We are all working hard and giving them all we got in our workout sessions or whatever we are doing.  We are just doing what we are asked.  I know they are here to make us better,” said Booker.

The workout have gotten tougher for the Tigers.

“Oh yeah, most definitely.  They are working us pretty hard.  We are doing things right off the bat getting better,” said Booker.

What is life like now that his brother has moved on to the NBA?

“Well it is not too different.  I am still working at the same pace I was.  I am still getting better, working hard no matter what,” said Booker.

The hard work may payoff for the Tigers down the stretch of the season.

“With the workouts being so tough when we get in the games we will just keep pushing until we can’t give no more, like we do in the workouts,” said Booker.

How good can the 2010 Tigers be?

“We have the potential to go all the way.  We are going to put in the effort to do whatever we have to do to go all of the way,” said Booker.

Watch Devin discuss life after Trevor, the adjustments to coach Brownell, his goals for the year and much more!



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