You raise a good point here, but as I said above Yeguete has not shown he can play a season without leg problems. Still lets look at what would be reasonable to conjecture: PG: Wilbekin plays 30 minutes, Hill plays 10 minutes SG: Frazier plays 25 minutes, Hill plays 10 minutes SF: Finney-Smith plays 25 minutes Post: Young plays 24 minutes, Harris plays 24 minutes, Yeguete plays 20 minutes That makes 6 players using up 168 out of 200 available minutes. That also leaves 5 minutes at the guard spots, 15 minutes at the SF or for going 3 guards and 12 minutes at the post spots for a total of 32 minutes. At the guard/SF spots the candidates are Carter, Graham, D.Walker and Prather. At the posts spots the candidates are Prather, C.Walker. Certainly if C.Walker gets into UF as projected now, he will use up at least the available post minutes and maybe cut into the minutes of other post players. So I expect, barring injury, a four man rotation at the post positions. My only real uncertainty is whether Harris can handle 24 minutes. Still UF has a 4 man post rotation. At the guard/SF spots, it sure looks to me like a pretty crowded situation. I am not sure I see minutes available for everyone and one redshirt might be a good idea. Really to me the Wibekin/Hill minutes are set though people can believe Hill will be the ultimate PG starter or not, they will likely use up 50 to 60 minutes between them. Now if it is 50 minutes, then there are 10 guard minutes for Carter or Graham to play. I guess at the SF, the backup can be D.Walker for 10 minutes and Prather takes the other five minutes ready to fill in at the 4 if/when a big is in foul trouble or injured. So I guess as in my first post in this thread, I have 10 to 11 guys playing double digit minutes. So as I said, maybe Donovan will play 10 players this time, but every time we have had this discussion in the last five years, he has ended up with a playing rotation of 7 or 8 guys.