I think I mentioned this in my article but I'll do it again in case I didn't. Regardless of whether or not he significantly cracks a deep rotation this season, this addition is huge for the future. Butler is graduating at least six guys this offseason, and the staff wants to have as much returning talent as they can. With Lukosius being on-campus and practicing with his teammates this season, they will have another guy on the 2022-23 roster (and beyond) that has already spent a year in the program and learning the plays, developing chemistry, etc. It is tough to integrate a lot of new pieces in one offseason and while adding transfers is certainly a part of Butler's roster strategy at this point, having more guys with experience in the program is preferred. Being able to prioritize one or two good transfers over needing four or five in a given offseason is a big difference. I think Lukosius will really help with the transition from 2021-22 to 2022-23.