I'm just saying it's a given that we need guard depth. What 15-20 point per game impact transfer is going to want to come to Butler for his final season only to be promised a backup guard spot playing behind a 5th year senior and a sophomore who blew up at the end of last year? Just being realistic. I'd prefer a rotational guard with ball handling skills who can knock down the 3-ball efficiently, but I think we are all being overly optimistic if we think we're going to land a top 10 transfer guard for next season. Stevenson put 30% of his threes in on over 450 attempts in 3 years, I imagine if they were open three point attempts in the 2-3 attempts per game range then he'd be much closer to the 40% range.