Who the Wildcats Lose
- James Bell
- Tony Chennault
- Nick McMahon
What the Wildcats Lose
Bell's versatility on the offensive and defensive ends along with the strides he made offensively between his junior and senior year were some of the key reasons for Villanova's success in 2014. These are gone. Additionally, Chennault who was able to provide solid back court minutes in a back-up roll can't be overlooked. Tony's maturity and composure allowed Jay Wright flexibility in his lineups by playing an experienced backup giving Ryan Arcidiacono a rest or as the game situation dictated.
Bell was the team's leading scorer, he was also two rebounds behind JayVaughn Pinkston and Daniel Ochefu who tied for the lead in rebounds.
Buoyed by the numbers of Bell and Chennault, the trio only accounted for 21.9% of the team's available minutes. However, they accounted for 28% of the squads 3-Pointers and Steals.
Breakdown of what is graduating and what is returning
Without a doubt, the trio of graduating seniors provided both objective and subjective qualities. Who will step to fill those voids? We'll explore those options later.