I would say he is no doubt one of the best in the state. His record speaks for itself and he makes sure Hoptown plays some of the toughest schedules in the state. The big knock for years is that he can't win playing half court defense or offense, but I feel he has put that to rest this year, because that is pretty much all they have played the second half of the year. They do not press nearly like a normal Hoptown team does.
That being said, one of the best in the nation? No. Not till he has a FEW state titles, then maybe you could begin to make an argument.