Dufault is the most reliable player on the team and should be a bigger part of the offense. He's leading the team in FG% and 3PT%. I love that move where he gets the ball on the baseline or in the post and then cuts across or towards the paint and puts up a little floater/short jumper, he hits that 4 out of 5 times. Roberson is obviously a stud, consistency is lacking though. A good comparison for him is Kenneth Faried the Nuggets first round pick. They're both undersized but athletic PF who are rebounding machines, block shots, play great D and will give you 10-12PPG. Dinwiddie is like a less athletic version of Burks, he does a great job of creating his own shot and can hit difficult shots. Good 3pt and FT shooter too and has a great undertsanding of the game for a freshman. Chen plays hard and smart and might have a better touch around the basket then anyone on the team. Everytime he has a contested layup the ball somehow always seems to go in. I'm begining to somewhat appreciate what Tommlinson brings to the team but it's still frustrating too see him pass on so many open shots especially when the possesions ends up ending on a turnover of worse shot then he had. Brown had been a real nice addition (I love transfers). Best pure scorer on the team and also looks like the team leader. Wouldn't count on him getting drafted though, not consistent enough and not a good enough all around player. Jeremy Adams has been a dissapointment, he just doen't look very good especially for a player who is over 2 years removed from HS. Hopefully he can step up next year with Brown leaving. Tunks has been a dissapointment too (considering the high praise from Boyle last year). He gives us some size and that's about it.