http://www.buffzone.com/football-cubuffs/ci_30037644/cu-buffs-kabion-ento-ready-make-impact-at "He's doing the craziest dunks that I don't even see people in the NBA doing," Awuzie said. "He's just incredibly athletic." "I think he was in my office every day asking me what he could do extra, and it showed, because when he came in, we told him, 'You're weak. You're weak in a lot of areas,'" CU strength and conditioning coach Drew Wilson said. "The kid has made great gains in his strength. He's a long kid, he's a fast kid, an athletic kid. He's added strength to that now, so he's going to be a force to be reckoned with." "He has a long way to go in the refining of his craft, but he's willing to work at it," Chiaverini said. "He's still learning how to run routes at an elite level. "I think he has a huge ceiling, but he's got to continue to work his game and continue to work the fundamentals of his position. He made some strides in the spring, and I think he's going to make some more strides in fall camp." "I have to make sure I keep working hard, that I don't get complacent," Ento said. "With all this talent we've got, I have to make sure I'm part of this talent. I never want my name left out. Anything I can do — blocking, catching the simplest ball — anything you can do to get in the rotation. It's going to be hard, but it's going to be something that's worthwhile." ******************************** This is the kind of stuff I want to hear about our players. Ento wasn't a guy I was particularly high on when he was signed, so hoping he proves me to once again be an idot. From the above quotes, I'm loving this guy and it's another reason to believe in The Rise.