Yet they have varsity experience and are versatile.
"Of our top seven, six of them are interchangeable," said coach Pat Clatchey, who makes room in the rotation for former JV players Charley Jones (6-3), Jaylen Adams (5-8) and Kyle Doran (6-5).
Jones is a junior and Adams and Doran are sophomores.
Adams brings immediate depth to the point guard position, behind Booth while Doran and Jones are swing players.
Williams averaged a team-high 18 points per game and had four games scoring over 30 points and Booth had a pair of 20-point games.
Lawrence has signed to play collegiately at Marist University and Long is also drawing Division I Interest.
Junior Nik Henson (6-3) and sophomore Jordan McNeil (6-3) are multi-faceted players who could contribute along with junior forward Mark Donoghue (6-3) and junior guard Antonio McDuffie (5-9).
"Our strength is our ability to pass the ball and shoot from the perimeter," Clatchey said. "Our biggest concern is how well we defend and rebound."
Clatchey's squad's have won at least 20 games per season for the past 16 years and should be capable of reaching that mark again this season.
2010-1011 record: 13-9
Returning starters: none
Breakdown: Senior guard Calab Smith (6-1) is the only returning player on the varsity, so experience will be lacking for coach Greg Karpers.
He'll employ eight players promoted from the junior varsity, along with three first-time varsity performers.
It's the first time in three seasons he hasn't had a strong nucleus of returnees.
And some of those veterans were talented enough to go to the next level.
Nick LaGuerre, a 2011 graduate, is now averaging 10 points per game at St. Mary's College of Maryland.
Brent Arrington, a 2010 graduate, is playing for Division I Mississippi Valley State and recently scored 33 points in a 101-75 loss to top-ranked North Carolina.
Smith has provided some veteran guidance during preseason.
"He's ready to take on that role as leader," Karpers said.