Here's a question to ponder for next year's Syracuse basketball team: Who will be the team's leading scorer?
You could make the case for a number of different players. If Trevor Cooney shoots consistently, he is the favorite. Kaleb Joseph, Tyler Roberson and perhaps even Rakeem Christmas also could be in the mix.
Who will get points for the Orange is just one of the many questions facing next year's Syracuse squad. Coach Jim Boeheim will have to work in a lot of new faces, and most of them won't have much experience at the college level.
So let's take a look at the biggest questions for the major players in Syracuse's projected rotation. Considering DaJuan Coleman's injury is still a question mark, we'll leave him out for now, as his health is the biggest question for him.
We'll also leave out incoming freshmen Joseph and Chris McCullough. They haven't even set foot on campus yet, so their adjustment to the college game is the biggest thing to monitor. With them out of the way, let's put some other components of Boeheim's rotation under the microscope.