We must have been reading each other's minds, I was think this same thing earlier this morning. Here we are two years in a row possibly losing guys to the NBA draft. And our talent level this coming year is probably going to be better than it was last year (time will tell with some of the new players, but I don't think this is an unreasonable expectation right now). Seems to me this shows the health of our program, at least on the court.Williams' departure demonstrates, once again, how deep the VCU program has become. If hooked up to a poly, I doubt many Rams' fans think the overall won-lost record in 22-23 will be any lower than it would have been with another season with Williams and Curry. Same a year ago with loss of Hyland. Even following the triumphant '11 season, the record in '12 was 29-7, despite absence of Rodriguez, Skeen, Rozzell and Nixon. Only the bluest of the blue-blood programs can compare to this. There are numerous reasons why.