After watching our workouts in the fall, I thought we would be challenged. I didn't think we were very skilled. And I thought if guys didn't play really well, we were going to have a hard time winning games. I don't think these guys had great years. Jordan Sugars, our senior, did not have a very good year. Isaiah Roberts, who was our Player of the Year, did not have a very good year. He played well toward the end of the season. But we weren't a very good passing team, not a very good shooting team. We were one of the worst teams in Division I shooting the basketball. We were [the worst] from 3. We were very, very young. That was a concern for me. We only had Jordan – he was our one senior. Teddy [Connolly] and Carlton [Smith] were sort of walk-on players for us, JV players moved up. We had one senior among the scholarship guys, didn't have any juniors, and then had sophomores and freshmen. And then we lost some games early – lost a close one to Tulane, lost at Elon on a buzzer beater – that if we made a play here or there, we would have won. But guys weren't in a position to make a play. We just didn't have guys who have been in the game and made those plays before. Having a youthful team is very much a concern. I think the skill level is really a concern as we work with the guys in fall practice.