IU Forward Tim Priller Looks Ahead To Senior Season

Jordan Wells, Staff Writer
The Hoosier


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This upcoming season looks to be the final go-round for IU fan favorite Tim Priller.

The forward - who receives massive cheers from home fans when he checks in off the bench - will be one of five seniors on this year's roster.

He spoke with IUHoosiers.com recently for an offseason Q&A.

Among the questions asked...

Q: What do you see your role coming up this year?

A: "As a senior, you are always going to be looked upon by the less experience guys for help. Especially when it's not as obvious. My role model would be Ryan Burton. Ryan was someone who came to work every day, had a great attitude and every time we needed something in a game, he came through big time."

Q: What about your plans after basketball?

A: "I hope to go back to Texas so if you could put me in contact with Mark Cuban I would appreciate it. I'm majoring in liberal studies with a minor in sociology and criminology. Last year when we went to New York I was really moved when we went out in the community and worked kids. I want to do something where I can give back."

For the full Q&A from the school's website, click ahead - LINK.


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