As point guard, Yogi Ferrell is in charge of Indiana's attack. In his freshman season, he played well and showed he deserved to be a starter (7.6 PPG, 4.1 APG, 2.8 RPG, 40.3 percent shooting).
Because of the presence of Victor Oladipo and Cody Zeller, Ferrell wasn't counted on to produce a chunk of the offense. Next season, he will be required to do more, mainly acting as a distributor.
Oladipo and Zeller were great at creating their own shots. The offense didn't depend on Ferrell to set other players up like a traditional point guard would.
This year will be different.
The Hoosiers lack dynamic players like Oladipo and Zeller. Ferrell will be expected to raise his assists per game to around six or seven. He must become a prolific creator.
If Ferrell can also improve his shooting percentage, becoming an All-Big Ten first- or second-team selection is a reasonable expectation to have for him in 2013-14.