He's not the offense's centerpiece yet. He's talented, but too small (and frail-looking) in stature to carry the team like Josh Nesbitt did. He's got speed and good reads, and with the Custis/Laskey 2-headed monster at B-back, that's probably gonna be the main focus of the defenses (as with traditional flexbone spread option defense). JT's gonna have to prove it to warrant the defense's attention. He's not there yet, but might be this time next year.