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Xavier v. Murray State: Set Your Depth Chart

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There are exactly 24 hours until scheduled tip time, which means it's time to start arguing about who should play how much and where. Details below!

"Can I play?" "Will you avoid fouling?" *walks back to bench*
"Can I play?" "Will you avoid fouling?" *walks back to bench*
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Who is the best shooter on the team? Is it the silky smooth Trevon Bluiett? How about the perpetually locked and loaded JP Macura? Well, if numbers are your thing, it's Matt Stainbrook, who is shooting a blistering .864/1.000/.769 on the young season. Yet he has only played 57% of the available minutes.

If you were posting a depth chart in the comments that had him off the floor for almost half the game, we'd want you to explain why. Heck, if you were the coach and we cornered you, we might ask for the same explanation. We can't though; we can only ask you to post your depth charts below and explain your thinking.

BOILERPLATE SECTION: everyone jump in with their depth charts in the comments; this is clearly becoming a thing. Be prepared to be respectful in questioning what other people put and in defending what you wrote. For what it's worth, here's some info that might inform your decisions:

  • Dee Davis's ribs are not 100%; it doesn't seem to be affecting his playing time, just his performance
  • Edmond Sumner is yet to make his debut due to knee troubles
  • Makinde London is still redshirting and will be all season
  • Sean O'Mara and Larry Austin both saw zero minutes last game

Concerned you're not ready to make these decisions? Take a few warmup shots:

There you go. Now get after it. No excuses, just results.