Julius Marble’s first year on campus in East Lansing followed a familiar path. Soon after enrolling last summer, he played in the Moneyball Pro-Am in Lansing. There, he was a high-scoring forward, recording upwards of 30 points in games and showcasing a variety of offensive attributes. Those who were there can be forgiven if they thought they saw a player destined for a breakout offensive freshman year. As it often is, that event was misleading.