"Man, practice isn't the same anymore," Victor said. "If you don't bring it everyday you will get run off the court. Everyone here plays hard and there are only so many minutes to go along. It's just a lot different than back in Louisiana."
Playing against elite competition in high school has also allowed Victor to hone in on his strengths and weaknesses.
"I would say right now my strengths are rebounding and non-stop energy," Victor said. "I kind of vowed to myself a while back that no player would outwork me and I felt I showed that this summer.
"I'm always working hard on my dribbling and shooting because the coaches want me to be able to play multiple positions."
The Arizona coaches have been closely monitoring Victor's acclimation.
"I talk with Coach Pasternack as much as I am allowed to," Victor said. "He's always liked my game and he's just happy I'm going to be a Wildcat.
"They got big plans for me. They want me to come in and be ready to play, and I'm the kind of guy who goes hard all the time, so I'm hopeful if I hustle I will be able to play and help the guys win."
Victor feels once he arrives on campus he will immediately begin to improve.
"It's going to be fun because there are other guys on the roster who have similar builds and games to me and I'm looking forward to going against them in practice," he said.
Although he is firm in his commitment to Arizona, Victor isn't sure when he will sign his letter of intent.
"I would imagine it will be here soon," Victor said. "There is no need for anyone to worry though, because Arizona is my dream school."