I doubt GW ever will stockpile 6 A-10 starting quality guards.
On the plus side: he can shoot, he's smart, he's local, the coaches see something in him that they really want. He's at least a solid backup.
GW's gone for years, if not decades, when it couldn't generate any interest with local bball talent. Now, the kids seem to see a rising program. That's a start.
ML has some depth now. Maybe he can afford to take some chances on guys with size and/or athleticism. (Guys we used to consider projects.) Anyway, Thanks to BM and the rest: its nice to follow the recruiting process.