With news of Omari Spellman's commitment to Villanova, Jay Wright essentially plugged the biggest hole on his roster and did so by landing a top-50 player (and a 5-star according to some recruiting services).
Thanks to MikeJ., we've got a nice graphic of the roster outlook, so you can get a good feel for how the next few years will play out. Assuming no transfers or early entries, Wright will have 2 more available scholarships to use in this class if he is to stay consistent with roster size (Ryan Arcidiacono, Dylan Ennis and Daniel Ochefu are all set to graduate).
The one position Wright won't be looking for is a point guard. Phil Booth has looked very good in limited minutes, and Jalen Brunson is the top point guard in the 2015 class. Donte DiVincenzo appears to be a capable ball handler as well, though he will likely end up playing off the ball at 'Nova.
The wing is the biggest remaining positional need on the roster. Josh Hart and Kris Jenkins will be entering their season seasons and we haven't seen what Mikal Bridges can do just yet given the redshirt year he's taking. So it's no surprise to see that Wright and his staff have thrown several lines in to the water.
Tyus Battle, Rawle Alkins, and Lamar Stevens are all Top-100 players that hold offers from Villanova. Battle's recruitment has been rumored to be Duke vs. the field, but Alkins and Stevens both seem like they could be a good fit on the Main Line. Alkins is a do-it-all guard who thrives attacking the basket. His jumpshot is also improving. Ditto for Stevens, who has been lauded for his motor - something the Villanova staff definitely values.
Kodye Pugh is another name to keep an eye on - the coaching staff has been down to Baltimore to scout Pugh multiple times in recent weeks.
Villanova has also made several overtures in the frontcourt. In addition to Spellman, Sedee Keita, Kassoum Yakwe and Eddie Ekiyor have received scholarship offers, and the staff has at least had conversations with Edrice Adebayo and Juwan Durham (who has talked about visiting).
Spellman's commitment relieves the pressure in the frontcourt, so expect the staff to really go after Alkins and Stevens hard to try and lock up an elite prospect on the wing.
Here's the dilemma: Assuming Villanova can land the wing they crave, what do you do with the third available scholarship? Take another wing, another post player, or save it for 2017?
(It's fun to have good problems, huh?)