"You would like to have players that have different strengths and weaknesses, which allows you more versatility with the offense," he said. "You want a group that if you're playing against zone, they would be able to attack a zone in a pretty good way. You don't want to have too many straight dodgers where everybody needs the ball. You would like to have some guys that are finishers. You'd like to have a strong right-handed and left-handed presence. And then you also need to think about how if you lose the ball, you want to have some guys that you have confidence in defensively. I feel like that was something that was a strength for both of those groups last year. If we did lose the ball and we had to go back and play defense, for the most part, most of those guys were good athletes that they could get back and play defense. … So it is a little bit of a jigsaw puzzle."