"It's just a learning process, and I'm just trying to find where I fit and try to be the best at what I do," said Prince, a sophomore. In his freshman year, he played in 24 games, and didn't start any of those either. He has played in all 12 of the Bears' games this season without making a start.
On Monday, Prince came off the bench and scored 16 in Baylor's 81-55 win over Oral Roberts. And not being in the starting lineup isn't a concern of his.
"I think our coaching staff never doubts (Prince's) offense," Baylor coach Scott Drew said. "We're always encouraging him about the other end, and he's gotten better and better. Because of his length and athleticism, he can be an impact defensive player as well as an offensive player. So, really pleased with the progress he's made there."
Joshua Montgomery made four 3-pointers and scored 14 of his 15 points in the first half for Savannah State (2-12).
Baylor improved to 25-9 in January since 2009-10.