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The Wildcats currently have six guards on their roster, and they could all easily contribute to the team's cause this season.
With those six guards in the mix, Wright will have plenty of important decisions to make in regards to finding the right combination that will succeed in the backcourt.
The likely starters in the backcourt will be Arcidiacono and Hilliard with Bell on the wing, but all of that can change in a heartbeat if one of the other guards in the squad has a strong nonconference season.
The dark-horse candidate to earn a starting spot is local boy Tony Chennault, who after a summer of transfer contemplation, is back for his senior season on the Main Line.
Transfer Dylan Ennis is sure to get plenty of time off of the bench and freshman Josh Hart could be used in a number of roles off of the bench depending on how quick he adjusts to the collegiate game.
There is no doubt that Wright has a multitude of options to choose from in the backcourt, and we may not see his best duo at guard until conference play begins as he gets a feel for how his players work with each other.
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