As Barker alluded to above, Dodd will certainly have a chance to flash some of that potential next season. Michigan transfer Evan Smotrycz will play big minutes no matter what, and he's an entirely different player than Dodd, Charles Mitchell and Shaquille Cleare. Dodd obviously wasn't as college ready as Mitchell and Cleare, which necessitated his post-grad year. But according to his coach, he can run, he can block shots, he has good size, and he can play with his back to the basket. If he can adequately do those things come fall, I don't see why he wouldn't be able to contribute at least 10 minutes or so per night as a freshman.