The only picture of Etherington from this season was of him writhing in pain after injuring his knee against Central Connecticut State. So, we had to go back to December 2011 to see him in action.
Etherington was the kind of guy Tom Crean scheduled a weak non-league slate for. He produced 11 points in 24 minutes against Sam Houston State and Ball State, but between those two games, the sophomore racked a pair of Did Not Plays at the Legends Classic in Brooklyn. It's not likely he would have been seen much time in Big Ten play, if at all.
Four points in two minutes against Coppin State was the highlight of the junior walk-on's career, as they came on his first two made field goals in an IU uniform.
Already considered a project, Jurkin's momentum was completely destroyed by an NCAA suspension that cost him and Hanner Mosquera-Perea their first nine games.
Jurkin never rejoined the rotation, and coach Tom Crean may not have much hope for him going forward. Otherwise, it's likely Crean would not have burned a potential redshirt year to give Jurkin seven minutes in three games.
Even against the non-league cupcakes, the sophomore walk-on never saw more than three minutes in a game. Two points against Florida Atlantic and a pair of rebounds against North Dakota State qualify as highlights.
The final member of the walk-on brigade, Wayer carded 10 minutes, one offensive rebound and seven trillions (a number in the minutes column, followed by a long string of zeroes). He didn't even see time in the thrashing of Purdue at Mackey Arena, a game in which everyone short of Kyle Taber saw some time.