Gay, Lowry, Bargnani, DeRozan, Fields, Amir Johnson, as well as highly touted rookies Jonas Valanciunas and Terrence Ross are all 27 years old or younger.
That is a frightening thought for the rest of the conference.
A team that goes eight deep with that talent level will be a threat for years to come if it can develop chemistry. If Valanciunas can live up to his billing and show why he was worth the fifth pick in the 2011 draft, it will give this team the bona fide center it has needed.
Ross has shown his athletic ability with a number of devastating dunks this season, and if he continues to develop his all-around game, he will give this team a plethora of uber-athletic wing players.
Rudy Gay truly has the opportunity to make this his team in a way that he never could have in Memphis. He likely took that team as far as it would go.
But joining a new crop of talent with the Raptors, Gay looks to take charge and be the real veteran presence that will get this ship moving in the right direction.