Sure, we won’t see Seth put on orange and maroon and take the floor for another 18 months, but here are some things to get excited about…
Outside Shooting: Seth hit 49 three-pointers this year at a 38% clip. That would have placed him 2nd on this past year’s Hokie squad in makes and #1 in percentage.
Overall Scoring: Allen’s 13.4 ppg would have led the offensively challenged Hokies this past season (but was 2nd on the terps). He does not attack the tin a ton — more than half of his 89 made shots were 3s and he only averaged 3 free throws per game. Seth was a solid 75% foul shooter when he did get to the line.
Handle: Seth had a solid assist-to-turnover ratio of almost 2-to-1 (3.0 apg to 1.7 tpg). His ratio was actually better than Devin Wilson, who had way more assists but also a lot more turnovers (1.6 ratio compared to Seth’s 1.76 ratio).
Defense: At 6’1″, he doesn’t have the length a lot of Hokies have. He did average just under a steal per game, which would have led the Hokies, but Tech was abysmal in terms of creating turnovers/steals (Tech was dead last in the ACC in steals by more than 1 per game).
Progress: Seth improved in almost every category from his freshman to sophomore season, showing he was getting better as you’d hope.
FYI: Seth, originally from Woodbridge, was a 3-star recruit coming out of high school in Fredericksburg.