True. That said, his offensive rebounding percentage as a freshman was 154th in the nation, and he's not a 5. And for reference, once he got used to college play, his OR% in conference, was at Kofi's average level and ~50th in the nation. He's rated the 3rd best offensive rebounder in conference behind Edey and Key. Again, as a freshman. As such, I think his rebounding ability in my opinion gives him an opportunity few have to get a lot of effort stats. While 15ppg and 7rpg while playing 30min is more attainable for him with the addition of a jumper and improved free throw shooting, I think based on his skill set he has a unique opportunity to consistently average about 8ppg and 4rpg off of offensive rebounds alone. That said, orange tinted glasses for sure, but from a metric standpoint, when your in conference offensive rebounding comparables are averaging about 16.6ppg and 10.2rpg, I think his path to becoming an elite rebounder and scorer is actually a lot clearer than it seems if he can pick up a consistent short jumper.