Andy Enfield is at it again. After turning around Florida Gulf Coast with a combination of the previous regime's roster and the addition of solid transfers, Enfield is implementing the same script at USC. A couple weeks ago it was Darion Clark from Charlotte, and now it's point guard Pe'Shon Howard from Maryland.
Unlike Clark who will have to sit a year, Howard is expected to receive a waiver to be able to play immediately. He played his prep career in southern California (partially documented in the excellent book Play Their Hearts Out), and now wants to be closer to his grandmother who is ill.
Howard has good size 6-3, 190, to play point. Unfortunately, he’s never quite put it together on the court. After his freshman season his career got derailed with injuries. First, he broke his foot and missed the first 9 games of his sophomore year, and then once he came back he tore his ACL.
His offense has always been very low volume, but it entered uncharted territory a...