Jerryd Bayless: This is his true position, so I had to make mention of him under shooting guards. However, because he has been primarily playing the point see point guards for his breakdown.
Jawann McClellan: Once touted as a future NBA player, McClellan has since dropped off due to knee and back injuries. McClellan is a great role player that can cut to the basket, has a good jump shot, and a decent long-range shot. He doesn't over power teams with great offense or defense, but has solid games week-in and week-out. He puts up good numbers across the board. He's not a go-to guy, but can get you the timely bucket when needed.
Daniel Dillon: Dillon is not a tremendous offensive threat, but he can knock down the occassional shot when he's open. Dillon really likes the three-point shot from the corner, but don't expect him to create his own shot. His forte' is defense. He plays hard-nosed aggressive defense and frequently draws the opponents best guard. Dillon receives limited playing time because of his inferior offensive capabilities.
David Bagga: Bagga is a walk-on who plays hard when he steps onto the court. He's a fan favorite, but rarely sees any floor time.