Here's some offseason discussion material: Let's start with the premise that it takes 18-20 players to make a solid team. 8-9 position players and 10-11 pitchers. 10 P's coming from 4 games a week, 2-3 pitchers per game. For averages, let's say 2 seniors stay and contribute, so you need 18 players from the 3 classes (FR, SOPH, JR) or about 6 "contributing" players per class, ideally the oldest (JR) class has even more contributors so you aren't relying on many Freshmen to be SEC ready. This year was a great example with 6 Juniors Singer, Kowar, Byrne, India, Liput, Reese. So how has the 2016 (now JR) recruiting class panned out? Andrew Baker - Minimal innings. Keenan Bell - Left program Austin Langworthy - Major contributor Nick Long - Left program Garrett Milchin - Role player as freshman, Redshirted in 2018. Tyler Dyson - Anyone's guess what 2019 holds for his contributions. Kirby McMullen - Minimal contribution. Billy McKay - Left program Cameron Weinberger - Left program Cole Maye - Minimal innings as freshman, redshirted in 2018. We have 1 guy - Langworthy - who we can "expect" to contribute. Add Dalton (a Juco xfer) for a total 2 Juniors who will be expected to lead the team. For this coming year's team to live up to the UF standard, the Sophs, incoming Fresh and the Juco xfers are going to have to carry much more of the load than any coach would desire. The lack of experienced leadership tells me it will be a rebuilding year, unless a bunch of unknowns really step it up.