GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Scottie Wilbekin has patiently, quietly waited his turn. He graduated from high school a year later to sign with the Florida Gators and for two seasons played whatever niche role the team asked of him. Two guard. Small forward. Instant energy guy in the press. Defensive stopper, arguably what he does best. Even started one game -- against Kentucky, no less -- at the power forward spot last season. Wilbekin, though, came to UF to play point guard and for the last two seasons that position was locked down by Erving Walker, who went on to become the No. 4 all-time scorer and No. 1 assist man in Gators history.