In short, he likes what he has seen so far, but he cautioned it is early, especially from a team perspective.
The better each Flyer is able to develop his body and his game this summer, the more likely season two of the Grant era has a happier ending than the first.
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“I’m excited about the group we have,” Grant said. “We’ve got a nice mix of veterans that have some experience who can help teach the younger guys our culture and style of play, then with the young guys I think their talent level, the opportunity to be here. I think they’re excited to bond with their teammates to get more comfortable being on a college campus. I think all those things are great during the summer.”
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