No.   Pos     Player        
21      SG     Kyle Fogg – A defensive-minded 2 guard. Rapidly developing on offense
44      SF    Solomon Hill – Athletic small forward. May be asked to play shooting guard or powerforward also.
42      SF    Jamelle Horne – A natural SF, but needs to develop his decision making.
50      C     Alex Jacobson – A four-year role player. Not a viable option in the paint, but at least he’s tall.
12      PG   Lamont “MoMo” Jones – A lighting quick guard that can play either guard spot.
4        PG   Garland Judkins – Will be able to contribute at either guard spot if he can stay out of trouble.
24     SG    Brendon Lavender – A lean shooting guard that should be considered a project. Good role player.
1          C    Kyryl Natyazhko – A powerful center, will be an instant impact for the ‘Cats down low.
3        SF   Kevin Parrom – Athletically gifted forward that will primarily play the “3” spot.
33     PF   D.J. Shumpert – Probably more suited in a mid-major – will receive little more than scrub minutes.
23     PF   Derrick Williams – A strong, athletic forward that will see a majority of his time on the low block.
20    PG   Dondre Wise –  Community college transfer, likely fourth or fifth option at point guard.
13     PG   Nic Wise – Very quick scoring point guard. Needs to work on his decision making and defensive effort.


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