Let's hope so. This was released by Gary Laney now of ESPN: http://insider.espn.go.com/blog/colleges/lsu/post?id=3602#more Basically, the only potential other player to add to this roster is a graduate transfer (i.e., like Garrett Green for SD State) from Memphis--and another guard. Here's the optimistic view. CJJ and other coaches can make small ball work. Having freer reign to get up and down the court helps players like Hickey, Stringer, Morgan and Coleman blossom. With the depth of guards we can play faster and at least be competitive and even if we don't win a bunch of games, the system is attractive to top recruits in the 2013 class. We go say, 17-13 or so and land in the NIT again, is hopefully optimistic, but we're able to establish some momentum for SOME big signings in CJJ's key recruiting class #2. We sign some local talent mixed in with some out of state kids (likely TX or MS) and we're setting the stage for some good years. We hope, like many programs do, "small ball" can work at LSU. The pessimistic view is that we struggle next year and no big names are convinced that LSU's future is bright. Johnny O'Bryant and Jalen Courtney are "running bigs" and get frustrated or can't keep other SEC bigs from dominating down low. Fans don't fill the PMAC, and half of the seats continue to be empty. I think as I always say, folks underestimate the importance of fans filling those seats regardless of win or lose. With no "impact" signings, LSU continues to be up and down for a few years as they were in the Trent and Brady eras. I'd like to think that there's some real coaching and player development going on this summer. Jones is to his credit an underrated coach, and Kirby as well has been around enough systems to really game plan with Jones. But, we have to see it on the court now and not just on paper or the boards.