Who Will Play Point For Gonzaga In The Future??

Joe HennessyContributor IMarch 28, 2010

NEW YORK - DECEMBER 19:  Matt Bouldin #15 of the Gonzaga Bulldogs drives upcourt against the Duke Blue Devils in the first half of the Aeropostale Classic at Madison Square Garden on December 19, 2009 in New York City.  (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)
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Growing up in Spokane we didn't have much for sports.  But we do have Gonzaga basketball.  Gonzaga has put Spokane on the map.  After the disappointing loss to Syracuse I already have my eyes on next year and the years after that.  Bouldin is gone, Gray has 1 year left; the question is who is going to step in the spotlight for the Zags!  My confidence in meech has all but dissipated, he is fast, but out of control and dosent make the best out of his speed, and he cant score!  To be honest I think G.J will step in at point, I think he is a better passer and pure scorer than Meech.  Gonzaga has always been known to breed great guards, but I think the next couple years will be rough for the zags at that position.  We have a guard coming in 2012-Kyle dranginis that's been compared to Blake Stepp one of my favorite players of all time, the other prospect at guard would be Gary Bell Jr from the west side of the state, an athletic guard that can slash and score, if we could pick up these two I think it would be a sweet tandem, and bring back the dickau and stepp combo!  So who will step in next year?  G.J, Meech, Gibbs, I am not sold yet, but time will tell.  I think we there is great potential next year with Sacre, Harris, Gray! Who will be the other 2!?  

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