Despite seeing seven guys leave for the NBA, expectations will nonetheless be high in Lexington for the Kentucky Wildcats this fall after once again entering the season featuring the top freshman class in the land. Among the blue chippers in this year’s incoming recruiting class is Isaiah Briscoe, a 6-3 guard out of New Jersey highly regarded for his elusive and crafty ball handling skill set.

Touted as the next great guard to come out of the Garden State since his cousin Kyrie Irving in 2010, Briscoe has a lengthy prep resume that includes having won the state and TOC title for Roselle Catholic this past spring, among an array of personal accolades. In the second installment of his documentary “They Ain’t Come From Where I Came From,” he relives and speaks on the motivation behind his senior year’s playoff run and post season all-star games, including his one-on-one matchup with five-star LSU signee Antonio Blakeney at the Jordan Brand Classic. Check out the entire second episode above.