Sure, we had four NBA players. You very rarely see a team like that. A guy like Byron Mouton was an exceptional addition to our team, because he could guard anybody. He was a tough guy who kept people off of [Steve] Blake and Dixon. We had probably the biggest team in the NCAA that year with Tahj Holden, who was 6-10, 260, Ryan Randle who was 6-7, 250, coming off the bench in addition to a great shooter like Drew Nicholas, who was probably as good a shooter as I've ever coached at Maryland, plus a Mike Grinnon who was also great in practice because he could shoot it also. And a guy like Calvin McCall who was a great leader even though he didn't play a lot of minutes that year."