"Just the family atmosphere, how they accepted you," Sidorakis told the Tulsa World. "The atmosphere and Gallagher is what really got me. When I walked in the gym and you are hearing all those fans screaming, it's a good feeling."
"He's got the best vision of anybody I have ever coached," Jenks coach Clay Martin told the Tulsa World. "And I haven't coached that long, but I have coached at a lot of different levels, and he is two steps ahead of everyone else on the court with his vision ... He always finds guys before they are open. It's really a neat deal when your best player is also your most humble player. But they are getting a kid who is going to compete, and he is going to represent the university in a first-class way."