Sizing up the USC basketball roster, with player, year, position, height and comment:
Shaqquan Aaron, junior, G, 6-7: Streaky, athletic wing ricocheted into and out of the rotation last season.
Bennie Boatwright, junior, F, 6-10: Skilled forward led team with 15.1 points during injury-shortened season.
Devin Fleming, junior, G, 6-2: Walk-on saw six minutes of action last season.
Harrison Henderson, sophomore, F, 6-10: Raw forward appeared in 13 games as a freshman.
Kurt Karis, senior, G, 6-1: Walk-on who provides a veteran presence.
Jonah Mathews, sophomore, G, 6-3: Excellent defender and capable shooter made 42 three-pointers as a freshman.
Jordan McLaughlin, senior, G, 6-1: Three-time captain is No. 2 on USC’s all-time assists list with 457.
De’Anthony Melton, sophomore, G, 6-4: First freshman to average 4.5 rebounds, 3.4 assists, 1.9 steals and 1.0 blocks since Dwyane Wade.
Chimezie Metu, junior, F, 6-11: Explosively athletic rim protector and inside scorer now wants to add perimeter shooting.
Charles O’Bannon Jr., freshman, 6-6: USC’s first McDonald’s All-American since 2008 is a talented scorer.
Nick Rakocevic, sophomore, F, 6-11: Developing underclassman was an unlikely hero in the NCAA tournament.
Elijah Stewart, senior, G, 6-5: Veteran scorer needs 58 three-pointers to break the USC record.
Derryck Thornton, sophomore, G, 6-2: Former Duke starter sat out last season and will complement McLaughlin.
Jordan Usher, freshman, G, 6-7: Athletic wing from Georgia could give USC another scoring weapon.
Victor Uyaelunmo, freshman, F, 6-11: Rim protector should develop behind Metu.
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