For three years, Indiana's Will Sheehey has been a complementary piece to the Hoosiers' puzzle. When he was a freshman, Jordan Hulls and Christian Watford garnered most of the attention. Later, Cody Zeller and Victor Oladipo were the team's focal points.
Through it all, Sheehey improved year to year and embraced his role as sixth man. Now, the time has come for Sheehey to move from the bench to the starting lineup, from the shadows to the spotlight.
The senior is the most experienced player on the roster and is expected to lead a youthful Indiana squad to another successful finish in the Big Ten and a third straight NCAA tournament appearance.
In order for Sheehey to fulfill his responsibilities to the team and take Indiana where it wants to go, here's what he must do.