Whatever team lands Keegan gets will have a guy who can play. He can run an offense and has some range. I liked the way Keegan played, but for a guy who claims to have a “flashy” style, he never struck me as being all that quick off the dribble. His ability to get to the rim at the major-conference level is still in doubt. He’s not the best defender, but as he gets a little bigger, that could change. Vanderbilt fans are certainly sorry to see him go, but given the rawness of the wound, “perspective” is hard to come by these days in Nashville.