Goodridge, who has only been playing organized basketball for a few years, chose the Bulldogs over Georgetown.
Schofield will likely start either 6-7 Khalil Hartwell, who has committed to Tennessee-Chattanooga, or 6-8, 215-pound Maurice Thomas, who has backed out of his pledge to UTEP, at the power forward spot. Dionte Christmas, a 6-6 swingman who is still uncommitted, is slated to play the small forward spot.
The backcourt will be big. Marc Egerson, a 6-5, 215-pound senior from Delaware, has committed to Georgetown and will start alongside 6-4 ½ Stefan Jackson, the UTEP-bound point guard who will run the team. Egerson recently came over to Lutheran from Berean Institute.
``We've got a lot of weapons," Goodridge said. "Everyone on our team is dangerous."
``Our guards are going to give people fits," Schofield said. "We can start 6-5, 6-5 and 6-6 on the perimeter."
Coming off the bench will be guards Omar Johnson (5-8), Calvin O'Neal (6-4), Kechan Myers (5-10), Mike Scott (5-11) and wings Paul Graham (6-4 ½) and Chris Matthews (6-4).
``We've got a lot of depth and plenty of guys who can shoot the ball," Schofield said. "I can play 12 guys and that's the biggest asset of the team."
``The only thing I worry about is us sharing the ball," he added. "We may have too much talent."