Now that the Andrew Wiggins saga is over, we can finally focus on the current strengths and weaknesses of North Carolina's 2013-14 team.
At this point in the offseason, there are a lot of questions floating around UNC about how much some of these players will develop. So it is still a little tough to accurately gauge where this particular group of Tar Heels will stand come November.
Marcus Paige and P.J. Hairston are pretty much locks for improvement. James Michael McAdoo is a little suspect after his lack of development between his freshman and sophomore years. But there is no good reason he shouldn't improve.
The rest of the clan consists of three freshmen that have never seen the collegiate hardwood and a bunch of guys that have played limited minutes in limited roles while at Chapel Hill.
But we have gotten a good enough look at most of those guys to know what they have to offer at this time. And that is how the strengths and weaknesses of this team will be gauged today.
As we grind through these six long months of the offseason, any of these categories are open to change. It will all depend on how much these players can develop.