Actually, I thought that Hill was not particularly impressive given the hype. He obviously has a lot of ability, skills and quickness, but he will make freshman mistakes. Wilbekin, as he always does, will do what is necessary to help the team, whether that be playing the 4 or working with Hill. He has been one of the most underrated players ever to play for the Gators. His basketball IQ is simply off the charts, and you don't make the SEC defensive 1st team unless you are extremely athletic (defense utterly depends on athleticism and he has always been an outstanding defensive player for the Gators, even when he was an early, 17 year old freshman and shut down Tennessee's stud offensive 6'7" small forward - you can't do that unless you are extremely athletic - QUOD ERAT DEMONSTRATUM!!!). They will likely complement each other very well, however, being the best - I question that. The Gators have had some pretty good complimentary Guard combinations, like Bret Nelson, Justin Hamilton, Teddy Dupay and Kenyon Weeks among others. Adding Frazier and Carter to the mix might make this year's group comparable to that one, perhaps.