As it stands right now the performance of these two will go far in determining the success of the team for next year. While they aren't slated to start at any position, if you look at depth charts one can see that they are being counted on: - They are the first two subs behind Moreno and Eskandarian at forward. - The first sub behind Gomez at a-mid is Adu. - The first sub at winger is Quaranta, maybe followed by Adu. (Hard to tell here as the team hasn't needed to go that far into their depth for the last couple of months.) I can imagine Quaranta making a hard push to be a starter on the wing. If this remains the case then these two will get lots of playing time (practically every game for at least 1500 minutes next season) and start lots of games. I'm okay about this as 1) they have the proven talent, and 2) I think Q1 will stay healthy as players stay healthier when they feel comfortable in their situations, and Q1 is comfortable now with Nowak. I realize that last statement doesn't go down so well with some here, and that's why the title has the "and..." in it. If these two are set up to be core members next year, what happens if either they go down or too many of the other starters go down? Are Quintanilla, Thompson, and Nana enough? Are they good enough to get extensive playing minutes? Should DCU be looking elsewhere? The team's first priority should be patching the defense and IMO that's where most of the money should go this off-season. But somehow the end of the bench on offense needs added depth too and it's not clear on how we fill it up. DCU has so few draft picks that if, as I can imagine, the 2nd rounder goes for defensive depth, then the team can't find much help there. So I ask you, what to do?