Admittedly, I am just guessing at this point, but, assuming (and this is surely a false assumption), that by mid January, all 12 Gators who are theoretically on the scholarship roster (assuming C. Walker makes it) are fully functional, it seems to me that this may reflect the rotation depth chart (with, of course, a lot of flexibility due to the flexibility of so many of the players): 5 – Young, Harris, C. Walker, Yeguette 4 – Yeguette, Harris, Prather/C. Walker, DFS 3 – DFS, Prather/Frazier, C. Walker, D. Walker 2 – Frazier, Carter/Wilbekin, D. Walker, Graham, Snake 1 – Wilbekin, Hill, Carter/Graham, DFS, Billy Jr Now, of course, this may be completely off base, and I really see C. Walker and perhaps Carter as the wild cards depending on how things work out with them. But, given the rather vast number of players available for each position, it certainly seems to me that probably the following three players would be better of personally if they redshirt: Carter, D. Walker, C. Walker. Note, that I have C. Walker at center despite his light weight, because the 4 is the most difficult position to play on a Billy D. team particularly given his extremely limited time to work in the system. He may also play the 3, but he, like Prather, is not really known as a great 3-point shooter, and he certainly lacks the physical maturity of either DFS or Prather, so that is why I put him as and alternate #2/3 at SF. As I noted, merely guesswork, and the probability of a Gator team without injuries given recent history approaches zero, but I just did this out of curiosity as I thought about all the players who "should" be available this year.