On one hand you have Chen. Lot's of people questioned him getting a roster spot when he transfered in. The result has been a guy who is a defensive wokhorse willing to do all the dirty work without caring about the glory. With only one ball on the floor and the offensive skills that a number of Tad's guys have Chen has become the perfect compliment. Yes he can slip open for a quick layup when teams forget about him, he can even drop a decent jumpshot when needed, but his game is to make the other four guys on the floor better. The other hand is Stalzer who again many considered an afterthought and questioned if his scholly shouldn't have been saved for somebody else. The result has been a freshman who has icewater in his veins and again is one of those guys who makes his entire team better. In the past couple years one problem this team has had has been a tendency to lose composure on the floor and give up some big runs to the opponent before getting their heads back together. In these runs the offense has become scattered with individuals trying to do to much of things they can't do against defenses aimed at stopping what they are trying to do. Stalzer may never be a star, we don't need him to be. I do see a potential very soon for him to be a guy who can come in in spurts and help the team regain composure and get back on track quickly as well as a guy who can come in and help get our key players back into the groove when needed.