At the time, I was hopeful that there would be numerous other PG options to emerge that the staff would look out for. Turns out that wasn't the case and only Ayala and Washington became the ones that they have considered so far. Which is why I decided to give Washington a look and watch a few of his games to see if there was any improvement since prepping out in Canada with Brissett. As I noted in my scouting report, he's not going to be a superstar on the high major level but he does present some skills when it comes to running a team as a pure PG and his scoring ability. All which could be a useful asset in providing guard depth on a team lacking that for years. The staff doesn't need to hurry up and offer him, but on the flipside it won't be smart for them to wait too long and have Ayala drag them in a guessing game on whether he'll reclassify or not. Plus I don't think the answer on that with Ayala will be decided until late spring/early summer. My preference at the moment would be to get Duarte first, then figure out the rest of the options that will become available after the season and make a wise and timely decision on who to take when filling out the rest of the class.