The final chapter in Gillespie’s story completed the rise from a two-star high school prospect to a five-star floor general.
This was possibly the toughest Villanova team under Jay Wright and even on a team like that, one player’s heart and motor stood out from the rest.
Once a transfer from Tulane with a lot to prove as a Villanova player; Caleb Daniels settled in well during his second season as a Wildcat and came up clutch time and time again.
With consistent minutes and an expanded role, Brandon Slater got a chance to shine and showed us all his two-way talent.
A great junior season ended with unfathomable cruelty and changed Villanova’s NCAA Tournament run and beyond.
A look at Year 3 for the younger Arch.
After a solid first season as a full-time starter, Dixon is primed for an even bigger one next year.
A look back at Patterson’s first full season.
He made a few appearances, overcame some challenges away from the game, and is primed for a bigger role moving forward.
Will there be redshirt magic next season?
It was a one-man Bench Mob for Villanova this year.